We holidayed in Hebden Bridge, Yorkshire, this summer, in part lured by its claim to be the UK town with the highest percentage of independent shops. Tabs certainly came away knowing which her favourite was of those – on the very first day we wandered into the large Old Treehouse, which was packed on several floors of really well-selected toys and clothes.
Ever alert to kids’ fashion, Kat was quick to spy a new dress on Tabs in our holiday snaps. Truth is, once I saw the Danish Phister and Philina autumn line in the flesh, I couldn’t resist. We kept popping back – the shop was only five minutes from our holiday cottage – dangerous, I tell you! – and we ended up with three P&P garments.
The Old Treehouse do sell online but appear only to sell the P&P baby clothes through this route – I am sure they would be very helpful if contacted about other options. Various UK online stores seem to be carrying one or two of the pieces (eg the dress we bought is on RaspberryRed), but the only supplier I can find who has the whole range is the Swedish Boozt who do deliver to the UK (free shipping over â‚¬ 99 and â‚¬12.95 otherwise).
Prices compare well with what I paid – the Little Red Riding Hood dress is â‚¬ 39.00 and the leaf skirt â‚¬ 34.90, while a plain organic t-shirt comes in at just under â‚¬ 20.00. Everything we got is, Tabs reports, super-comfy and I can vouch for it being washable too, so a really nice treat for us to have brought home from our holidays.