Our range is designed to make your little ones will feel special and beautiful and we hope to help make their childhood all the more lovely.

Thank for stopping by, we hope you love it here! 

Our store is home to quaint pieces that range from apparel (ages 8 and under), home décor, toys, books, accessories and art pieces that will arrive in beautifully decorated packages that will be a delight to look at and exciting to unwrap. We are eager to share these limited-edition pieces with others that are fond of unique styles that remind them of the grace of classic fashion with a modern edge.

Aida Pinafore - Floral Cord Nut

£35.00

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Mountain Sweater In Grey

£36.00

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House Of Miniature - Doll House

£230.00

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Embro Liilu Dress - Cru Natural

£34.00

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About Us

Welcome to Mabel Child, an online boutique for young ones, inspired by the whimsicality and nostalgia of vintage fairytales and the imagination of childhood wonder.
My passion for fashion comes from a background in freelance fashion design and inspired by my three lovely young girls. I have hand-picked vintage-inspired pieces that are reminiscent of the traditional class and elegance of British fashion and historic England.
Our store is home to quaint pieces that range from apparel (ages 8 and under), home décor, toys, books, accessories and art pieces that will arrive in beautifully decorated packages that will be a delight to look at and exciting to unwrap. We are eager to share these limited-edition pieces with others that are fond of unique styles that remind them of the grace of classic fashion with a modern edge.

The story behind our family Christmas photos!

Recently, I was lucky to have my beautiful and talented friend Becky from Becky Bailey Photography take our family Christmas photos this year. Becky also took our photos just over two years ago so it was definitely time to take new pictures, especially as the girls are growing and changing everyday. So with my three not so little girls, I was able to eventually persuade them to get their pictures taken… now that was a serious challenge. I wish I knew how other mummy bloggers manage to take pictures of their kids almost everyday!Anyway, we decided to have our photos taken at Keats House in Hampstead, the house itself was actually once occupied by the Romantic poet John Keats, it’s a writer’s house museum and is simply stunning. The house itself contains a lot of artifacts still on display, there is a strong regal Victorian atmosphere and I was also informed that the museum runs regular poetry and literary events which I found interesting.However, as lovely and scenic the house was, looking back I don’t think it was necessarily the best location to have our pictures taken as I was constantly worrying about knocking an ancient artifact over, especially when having to manage with three little big personalities.