The Little Pop Up Shop


What do you get when you combine a children’s interior stylist, beautiful and original wall art, handmade homewares and goods, adorable baby girl shoes, nursery and kids bed linen and stunning whimsical tutus? All of the products inside The Little Pop Up Shop! Add in a dreamy Armadale corner shop setting and the combination couldn’t be any more perfect.




Top: Sportsgirl, Jeans: Topshop (Similar Here), Clutch: Sportsgirl, Lipstick: Sportsgirl in “Flirt”

Tonight I had the pleasure of attending the opening night of The Little Pop up Shop located at 1B Rose St Armadale, Victoria. This shop is the collaboration of 6 separate stores (mainly online) run by creative women who all make beautiful products for our favourite little people and our homes. Although most of the shoes and clothing is generally geared towards the little princesses in our lives, all of the stunning bedroom and interior decor is just as cool for the little princes.




Although small the interior is definitely adequate for this temporary space and hopefully when their lease is up in February they will either individually or collaboratively find another space. The mix of products is lovely as is the ability to see products that usually only live online, in the flesh. Each of the girls will rotate working in the shop until late Feb so when you go in you will be able to chat to the mastermind behind one of the products.


All of the images above were taken from inside the shop, the six stores contributing to the shop are; Hello Little Birdie, Sprout and Sparrow, Homely Creatures, Sienna Baby, Cream Empire and Tutu Du Monde. The Little Pop Up Shop will be running from 8 Dec to 25 Feb 2016 and if you live in Melbourne, I highly recommend you pop in for a visit!

On a side note, I popped into Sportsgirl today on a whim and purchased most of the above outfit. The grey knit cami is so soft and comfortable and their lipsticks are probably one of the best ‘cheap’ lipsticks I’ve ever owned! Will definitely be stocking up on more colours! xx


2 thoughts on “The Little Pop Up Shop

  1. when you were going to school I would often drive down Rose St on the way to pick you up, and think one day I would love to live in this street. Probably won’t happen now but I can still visit the street, especially to have a look at the little pop up shop and now another visit to Armadale in a couple of weeks time to pick up the gingerbread house from phillippas!!


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