Five years ago - in April 2015 - Viviane Lang and Franziska Baumann opened their charming children's shop Petite Puce in Brunngasse. I have already introduced the business here in the blog (Contribution Petite Puce) .
In the meantime, the two women have taken stock and dare to say that their business is doing well. And I dare even say that it has become the most popular second-hand shop for children far and wide.
Now there's news! Since March Petite Puce has had a "sibling" - the Petit Plus. In Breitenrainquartier, to be more precise, at Spitalackerstrasse 60, right next to the tram stop there, Viviane and Franziska are not the only shops, they share the shop with the "Interieur Design Dialog", which mainly offers courses on home furnishings.
Petit Plus offers carefully selected children's labels - and fashion for women, too. They have always focused on sustainability, high-quality materials and special details. Both the previous and the new staff know what they are doing, because the two managing directors and all employees are mothers themselves and have specialist experience by doing - good advice on purchasing is guaranteed!
Incidentally, the selection of women's clothes is not to be underestimated and does not simply run under "distant ran...". Even as a grandmother I am enthusiastic about it and can confirm that. Among other things, sandals in a colourful splendour await summer wearers here.
As a wonderfully complementary icing on the cake, they also sell products from the "meraki" care line. The jewellery collection of Veronica Antonucci must also be mentioned. I always see such things with some melancholy, because Veronica's jewellery would have fitted very well into my jewellery gallery, which unfortunately has not existed for eight years now...
So soon take an afternoon to visit the Petite Puce for second-hand goods in Brunngasse, and then the Petit Plus in Breitsch to complete your collection for the coming summer.