Not on the High Street Review

Not on the High Street is the first place anyone looking for a cute, quirky and altogether unique gift should head. Promising original gifts, clothing and toys for children, there’s no better place to head at Christmas or birthdays.

About Not on the High Street

Not on the High Street was formed by two friends sitting round a kitchen table in 2006. The idea is that you can find items here that won’t be found on the high street, as all the items are sourced from small business owners selling original products – perfect if you don’t want your child to have or be the same as everyone else.

Not on the High Street Collection

The concept of the brand is that it’s pretty much a marketplace for lots of smaller sellers, so you’ll find near limitless collections from designers and boutique stores right across the UK, through to up and coming sole traders. If you know what you’re after, for example toys, keepsakes or accessories it’s easy to get stuck in to exactly what you need. On the other hand you can browse freely to look for inspiration – groups of different items are usually easily found together, for example under the umbrella of ‘Christmas’, ‘Halloween’ and similar. They also stock a reasonable maternity collection, personalised items and traditional toys, making it easier for you to find that perfect unique gift. Plus, if you’ve found something by a retailer you like, you can also view all the other products they sell.

For a personalised and put-together touch to a gift, there’s nowhere better than Not on the High Street. Their sellers particularly excel at offering handmade personalised gifts, with some fantastic baby’s first Christmas gifts, with loads of treasured keepsakes that will last long after the event. There’s really something for all babies, kids and mum’s to be here, so whether you’re looking for the perfect gift, some practical maternitywear, or a quirky dress-up costume for your kid’s party, you’ll find it all here.

Not on the High Street Delivery and Prices

As the name of the site suggests, there’s no retail outlet to visit – you can only purchase from their website. The good news is, this is made incredibly easy and comes with a range of delivery and return options to suit, though these can be modified further by the seller. You can only pay by credit card here, though most major cards (Visa, Mastercard, AMEX etc) are accepted. A lot of products can also be delivered internationally, though this is again entirely dependent on the seller.