With accessories as good as these, it's hard to narrow down your selection!
The shop's window display was hard to ignore, with a cute replica of the tower on Prague's Petrin Hill being used to great effect. I was also tempted by the range of Melissa shoes in the window - the Brazilian shoe company is the only non-Czech designer stocked here, and her minimalist footwear really compliments the clothing on offer.
Melissa shoes on display in the window.
My changing room choices - there's nothing like a bit of cobalt blue.
The gold detailing on this dress makes it even more memorable.
It's by Libor Komosny, from his m.ona collection.
Whether you want humbug stripes and florals or bold orange fabric, there's something colourful here.
This terracotta skirt is irresistible.
What grabs your eye?
An asymmetric silhouette and wooden jewellery: I love the combinations at work.
Clean lines and evergreen basics like these will always be popular.
Another peek at the windows.
This is the dress I bought, in just one of its many forms; it can be worn in several different ways (even more than what the designer's website suggests - Katarina, who works here, showed me six options).
Not only that, it's by an eco-friendly designer, Odivi.
If you're ever in Prague, I'd urge you to set aside some time to visit this shop, where the team - Katarina and Martina - are really knowledgeable and have a passion for style.
Czech Labels & Friends
Zelezna 12, 11000 Prague.