Eco-friendly kids’ store Eggs & Soldiers is moving to a massive new location

The new shop will cover 4,000 sq ft at Dubai’s Times Square Center

Eco-friendly kids’ store Eggs & Soldiers is moving to a massive new location

We love hitting the shops with the little ones, and now you can feel a little less guilty about splurging by taking a turn around the new eco-friendly Eggs & Soldiers.

The brand, which specialises in stocking all-natural child and parent-friendly products, is moving into a space ten times the size of its flagship store at Times Square Center.

The new shop is set to open on Thursday August 1 stocking a wider selection of eco-aware product ranges to suit the whole family, sectioned into themed shopping zones across 4,000sqft.

The themes include sleep, change, travel, feel, play and last but not least – mum.

“There are so many wonderful products, or variations of products we wanted to offer the Eggs & Soldiers customer, but we just didn’t have the room,” said Eggs & Soldiers founder and mother-of-four, Sofi Chabowski.

“With ten times more space, the new store will include everything you need for your baby, toddler and older child – minus the electronics.”

Some of the sustainable brands being stocked at the new store include Grimms, Wishbone Design, Viga and Plan Toys, plus nursery accessories from Little Unicorn, Naturally Sheepskins and Olli Ella.

There’s also going to be a Community Room in the new space where events, workshops, demonstrations and classes on eco-living and parenting will be explored.

We can’t wait to check it out.
Opening Thu Aug 1. Times Square Center, Sheikh Zayed Road, eggsnsoldiers.com.

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