Cath Kidston is famous for her vintage inspired prints on everything from clothing and accessories to a variety of homewares and home furnishings.
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28 - 32 Shelton StreetCovent GardenWC2H 9JE
- +44 (0)20 7836 4803
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- Covent Garden, Underground
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I'm a blokey sort of bloke and the floral charms of Cath Kidston generally fail to attract my shopping pound. However, a lot of my female acquaintances do indeed like shopping here and so, vouchers are generally a nice gift
So, off I pop to Cath Kidston last Saturday to buy £30 pounds worth of gift vouchers for a friend's birthday. There are indeed signs in this Covent Garden branch...more
Feeling blue? Winter getting to you? Inject some floral and carfty goodness into your life and visit this shop.
This is my kind of heaven, from floral oil cloth bags, to baby clothes and spotted tea dresses. From vintage inspired jewels to printastic passport covers. If you are looking for a British inspire gift idea or feel like indulging yourself in a world of Yummy Mummy cuteness then I...more
Cath Kidson's bright kitsch designs always lure me in to the shops but then I'm always met by bitter disappointment when I realise how expensive some of the stuff is. I wanted to buy my friend some bright floral (and fairly hideous) oven gloves as a joke moving-in present but then I discovered that they were £26. This felt a bit steep for something that will no doubt get burnt and covered in...more
My sister tells me that they sell Cath Kidston bags in Tesco for £2 so perhaps this signals her arrival to the masses, whether that's a good thing or bad. Nevertheless, Kidston's floral and polka-dot prints remain as popular as ever with her loyal followers.
It isn't really to my taste, but I can certainly see the appeal of her gingham and paisley classics, their old country charm that never...more
Cath Kidson designs aren't necessarily to everyone's taste but it does sell some lovely bits and bobs which are great for present giving.
It's a happy sort of shop, bright pastels colours and clashing patterns everywhere you look. They sell predominantly homeware such as bathroom, bedding, home furnishings, and kitchen goods, but also has a an accessories and clothing range. In fact Cath...more