Back on the pop-up pony!

It's taken approximately six months, 3 babies, 3 toddlers and the sourcing of a new gazebo but Our Kid is officially back on the pop-up pony. Back where we started, al fresco and out in the heart of our lovely community in Chorlton at the annual Beech Road Family Day.

We had such a brilliant day *until the rain poured down* and it was so heart warming to hear all the great feedback from customers who've been shopping our looks at the CAM Hub. Thanks to everyone who stopped by to chat, twirl in tutus and spend a pound or two at our humble stall. 

The newborn fug is lifting and we plan to get out and about a bit more over the coming months. Keep an eye on our events page and across social media for news of our forthcoming pop-ups.

July 06, 2015 by Tess Grindle

Our Kid Goes Ape at Beech Road Family Fun Day

It's that lovely time of year when Our Kid goes al fresco at summer events in and around Chorlton. We'll be setting up camp at the fabulous Beech Road Family Day on Sunday 5th July from 12-5pm. You can find us in the park with our trademark £25 tutus (standout bestseller of last year's event) and an array of gorgeous storage solutions including these ace canvas trugs with assorted animal designs, yours for £18. We'll be offering an exclusive event discount on the day so find us early and bag yourself a sizzling summer bargain from independent labels including Maxomorra, Boys&Girls, Pigeon Organics, Little Green Radicals and more.

July 02, 2015 by Tess Grindle

Our Kid Pop-up Shop at Chorlton Art Market Hub

If you're out shopping in Chorlton today, make a beeline for Our Kid the fab Chorlton Art Market pop-up shop in the precinct (opposite Frosts the Butchers). We have a lovely spot right by the window and as you can see, the tutus are looking very speshy. In addition to Our Kid, the CAM hub is packed with great local arts and crafts businesses offering some lovely pieces. Well worth a snoop!

Our Kid will be in residence at the CAM hub until the end of December.


November 08, 2014 by Tess Grindle