My daughter and I were recently acquainted with Zippy, a global kiddie apparel brand from Portugal that offers a full range of styles for kids ages 0-14. We went to check out their newly opened boutique in Glorietta so my little girl could get styled by Zippy!
It’s not easy dressing up a tween. They won’t just wear just anything anymore — if you get them something they don’t like, you can be sure it’ll just gather dust somewhere at the back of the closet. So I told my daughter she’ll have to pick her own clothes.
About half of the Zippy store in Glorietta is dedicated to girls and about half is for boys. There are tops, shorts, pants, skirts, dresses, shoes, and bags. There’s a section for newborns too.
Love that there are a lot of styles and colors to choose from, even for boys!
Prices are very reasonable especially considering the clothes are of excellent quality. These Mickey Mouse T-shirts retail for P659 each. Non-Disney ones are even cheaper at P300+.
I love Zippy! If I may compare, the style selection is kinda like H&M Kids and Zara Kids.
The arrival of Zippy is actually very timely because I just discovered that my daughter has outgrown most of her clothes. We had so much fun shopping for new ones! We’ll probably back when they come out with their summer collection. I’m guessing what we saw was the spring collection because there were a lot of long-sleeved tops.
Anyhow check out what we got — the floral leggings is P529, the brown leather bag is P899, and the denim button-down shirt is P1,129.
The denim long pants is P699, the denim shorts is P899, and the long-sleeved floral shirt is also P899. My daughter requested for the jeans because according to her she’s running low on pants.
Yay she likes her new clothes! #StyledByZippy
So far, here in Metro Manila, Zippy has stores in Glorietta and SM North EDSA. The SM North EDSA branch is surprisingly a lot bigger than the one in Glorietta. Both locations are good for me but if they open one in Robinsons Magnolia that would be the best! 😀
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