Coco Ribbon is a heaven-sent boutique for the girly girl who loves to pick out delicate trinkets in an intimate and pretty setting. What could be nicer than romantic antique-style bedroom furniture scattered with such treats as silky knickers, cashmere knits, beaded slippers and scented candles?
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Coco Ribbon reviews
The original and the best, Coco Ribbon will always be my one-stop shop for a party dress or special gift that will illicit 'oohs' and 'ahhs' from all my friends. There's just nowhere else like it in London.
by paul barton, 20 Jul 2008
I came across this review and had to comment that this reader must have a personal grudge against Coco Ribbon. I know Alannah Hill and it is nothing like Coco Ribbon and I don't think it would want to be. Coco Ribbon is one of the few boutiques in London which is completely original, which is why it got so famous in the first place. If anything, Coco Ribbon are the ones beating other copycats off with sticks.
by Renee G1, 22 Apr 2008
A huge rip-off of Alannah Hill of Australia - right down to the 'trademark' turquoise and brown.
by ssssss, 01 Apr 2008
Lovely little boutique filled with gorgeous things for gift ideas
or for yourself. Staff are lovely and helpful.
by Lamzy (5 reviews
), 13 Feb 2008
I have been going to Coco Ribbon for years and they always have fantastic gifts
and great luxe girly stuff. You can never leave empty-handed from this store. One of the gems of Notting Hill.
by Captain33, 10 Dec 2007
I have been a fan of Coco Ribbon since it opened and, contrary to the feedback below, I was super-excited when I visited it again just recently. There is still a hint of the French furniture
but they've upped it a notch from girly to sophisticated boudoir with their own-branded, incredibly divine products. When everyone seems to be doing girly now, it's good to see Coco Ribbon moving in a fresh direction.
by minator, 15 Nov 2007
Like The Cross
, this boutique seems to have lost its way. Stock seems random, unexciting, and staff aren't great. The shabby chic French armoire thing looks a bit dated these days. I pop in frequently and rarely buy anything. Sad, but a bit past its sell-by date overall.
by MimiSmith, 21 Oct 2007
Beautiful items. A tad pricey but if you feel you need to treat yourself, this is the place to go.
by kiddo (6 reviews
), 07 Sep 2007
I LOVE this shop. It's fantastic to find gifts
for girlfriends, mother-in-laws... or just yourself! It is overpriced, but if you can afford it, it's definitely worth having a look and maybe treating yourself. I can't help buying something whenever I go in there - just walking past the window makes me reach for my purse!
by chef_in_training, 02 Apr 2007
Completely lovely in every way! The sales assistants are beautiful and un-patronizing, the selection of clothes is fab (although I'm not paying £560 for a printed silk dressing gown and £50 for a matching eyemask). The decor is just... heavenly, you'll want to move in there or at least sit there for hours! Everything there is for sale, mirrors, tables, the garlands of butterflies everywhere - if you want it, you can have it! If you don't buy an item of clothing or furniture
, you can buy books and bath cupcakes and chocolate and CD's... Coco Ribbon in every girl's tea-party-ish dream!
by Vovo (7 reviews
), 08 Oct 2005
Prettiest shop ever.
by Clairy, 07 Sep 2005
Don't know what all the fuss is about. It's over stocked and the girls should pay more attention to the customer than if the pillows look pretty. Also over perfumed - you walk out with a headache!
by Jakec, 29 Aug 2005
Endless selection of beautiful clothes, presents and all kinds of things to brighten up the home. The shop itself is over the top in the best possible sense - gorgeous products everywhere.
by Antonia W11 (8 reviews
), 26 Aug 2005
I think it's a lovely store and I don't consider Alice Temperley
and Matthew Williamson
to be "selling out" (as per the review by Nicole, below).
Staff have always been friendly, selection is great and the prices are reasonable - not the cheapest shop, but worth it.
by mopsy (18 reviews
), 03 Aug 2005
It's such a fantastic shop - really original, lovely things that you just can't help but want! I've always thought the staff really friendly and helpful.
by Anonymous, 02 Jun 2005
Oh my god! It's heaven on earth! Love love love it.
by Anonymous, 01 Jun 2005
Coco Ribbon sells fashion, furniture
mostly exclusive to London. I am a loyal customer and have been addicted to it since it opened. Every time I visit the store, I have found the staff to be the most helpful and friendly in London and the product selection to be completely original.
by Anonymous, 28 May 2005
The shop is inspirational and it's about women and the need to treat yourself and your girlfriends whether it's a cute string of butterflies to hang in your bathroom or buying a little book of philosophy to keep by your bedside.
by Anonymous, 21 May 2005
Really lovely shop with fabulous products. I found the staff to be friendly and helpful; the harsh comments below don't tally with my experience at all.
by Sarah M. (28 reviews
), 07 May 2005
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