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Little Hanbury boys’ clothing store

April 17, 2013 by Lucy in Clothing, Latest with 1 Comment

I may have uttered a little hurrah when I spotted Little Hanbury. It’s a fact (although the situation is definitely improving) that there are more cool clothes for girls than boys, so a store that subtitles itself: ‘stylish clothes for fearless little boys aged 2-10′ has got to be a good thing. A look inside reveals some of our favourite labels (think Tootsa, Indikidual, La Loi and ESP No. 1) plus a treasure trove of other treats. I’m loving the mini Supergas, O Clock watches, Herschel Supply Co rucksacks and Nico Nico tees, all in a rainbow of colours. An extremely well-curated collection of goodies to ensure your little boys look super smart – well, for about ten minutes until they’re covered in mud/paint/food (delete as appropriate) anyway.

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