Dadamora’s organic kidswear shop in Tallinn

On May 19th we opened our new and bigger shop at Telliskivi Creative City! We are now located at Telliskivi 60A/1, in the new Telliskivi Shopping Street. A tip for finding us: if you’re facing the Telliskivi 60A/1 building, our shop is in the far right corner, so the closest entrance to us is on the right side of the building (facing the railway). There’s a ramp for easier entrance with stroller as well!

Our opening hours are: Mon-Fri 11-19, Sat-Sun 11-17.

At Dadamora we create playful yet minimalist clothing for kids aged zero to ten. We mainly use organic cotton and a small selection of ÖKO-Tex certified cotton for our collection. Since the origin and quality of our items are very important to us, we have our fabrics woven and clothing sewn right here in Estonia. Our garments are silkscreen printed by hand at our studio in Tallinn.

Dadamora’s designs are simple and focused on being comfortable. Our items are made to suit every occasion throughout the day, be it playtime or café visits with parents. We like to take after the words of Vivienne Westwood: “Buy less, choose well, make it last”.  We use the finest quality fabrics to ensure the longevity of our items after several washes and even several wearers.

At our new shop we have more space than before which means we can also offer you more: we have already started our little collection of Dadamora Loves, items that we find to be beautiful, necessary and fitting with our mindset here at Dadamora. The first to come were the black rainboots by Little Hedonist, made from natural rubber with ÖKO-Tex certification and now we also have a selection of Izipizi sunglasses in two sizes: toddlers aged 12-36 months and kids ages from 3-10 years.

If you’re far away and cannot make it to our shop, you can also buy the rainboots online: As of right now we are expecting a new batch of sunglasses which will then be available on our webshop as well!

Our new home at Telliskivi Creative City brings to life the words our heart whispers: this small, but meaningful Creative City was born from big dreams and great enthusiasm and calls former Soviet-era factory buildings its home. The Creative City started in the end of 2007 and today it’s a fully self-sufficient modern urban space. Read more about them here.

We’re looking forward to seeing you at our shop! Till then, here are some photos from the opening weekend. 🙂


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