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Three CT Boutiques to Visit While Back to School Shopping

Looking at Local, July 25, 2023

Back to School Shopping
Jul 25

For many kids, going back to school shopping symbolizes a fresh start. It offers them a chance to embrace the new school year as an opportunity to begin on an optimistic note. For many children, going back to school shopping is a chance to showcase their latest fashion and style. Your school shopping quest is an excellent opportunity to teach your child about the importance of supporting local businesses and small business owners. Here are a few children’s boutiques you and your child will love:

Lemon LLama

Located at 29 E Main St in Avon, CT, Lemon LLama is a super cute boutique offering fashion that’s fun! They have an on-trend mix of American and European lines in sizes infant through tween that is fashionable and age-appropriate. The brands they carry include Me and Henry, Pehr, Joules, Magnetic Me, and Angel Dear – to name a few.

The Blue Horse Children’s Shop

This shop carries the finest infant, toddler, and children’s clothing and accessories. Many of their products are made in the USA from quality materials that last. Your child will love the vibrant colors and patterns the products have at this store. Since this shop is located in Mystic, many outfits have a charming nautical theme, such as the soft cotton knit dress with sweet sailboats and the cute boys’ striped shark t-shirt. There are truly one-of-a-kind pieces in this store that you and your child will both adore.

Wiggles & Giggles

Wiggles & Giggles is an independently-owned children’s clothing shop in Darien, Connecticut, offering an adorable collection of clothes for girls, boys, and babies. Plenty of great new arrivals are already in for fall. As a bonus, you’ll find plenty of back to school sales at this shop. Furthermore, if you prefer to shop online, the store offers free shipping on orders of $50 or more!

Back to school shopping can mean quality time with your little one and helping them to express their unique style and individualism. In doing so, you can support local businesses and small business owners to invest in your community’s well-being and positively impact the local economy.

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