$25 for $50 Worth of Children’s Designer Clothing, Shoes, and Accessories at Sydney b. A Children's Boutique

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Back-to-school finds such as backpacks, jackets, lunchboxes, and Primigi shoes join boutique's collection of tutus, dresses, and accessories

The Fine Print

Expires Nov 7th, 2012. Limit 1 per person, may buy 2 additional as gifts. Limit 1 per visit. Must use promotional value in 1 visit. Valid in-store only. Not valid for sale items. Merchant is solely responsible to purchasers for the care and quality of the advertised goods and services.

$25 for $50 Worth of Children's Clothes, Shoes, and Accessories

The shop's stock includes dresses ($39–$69), shoes ($39–$79), layettes ($26–$59), and two-piece sets ($39–$59). Sizes range from newborn to a girls 16 and a boys 7.

Sydney b. A Children's Boutique

Sydney b. A Children's Boutique bears the name of owner Anna Zuckerman's daughter, "Sydney." Today, Anna and her staff keep the boutique stocked with hard-to-find, high-quality children's clothes from brands such as Zutano and Deux par Deux. They travel to New York, Atlanta, Chicago, and elsewhere to keep the shop filled with dresses, tutus, and charm bracelets, and there are plenty of toys, outfits for boys, and baby gifts as well. The team has a rule of thumb that customers shouldn't be able to find anything in the shop at a big-box store—they exclusively seek out unique finds that are well worth the expense.

As customers admire rows of Primigi shoes or Hello Kitty–themed goodies, tykes can watch kid-friendly shows or assemble puzzles. The staff also offers ear piercing to help little ladies pair their couture finds with a pair of pearls or their grandmother's heirloom gauges.

Sydney b. A Children's Boutique

Owner Anna Zuckerman's late husband opened Sydney b. A Children's Boutique to make a mark on the world with "Sydney", their daughter's name, on it. Today, Anna and her staff keep the boutique stocked with hard-to-find, high-quality children's clothes from brands such as Zutano and Deux par Deux. They travel to New York, Atlanta, Chicago, and elsewhere to keep the shop filled with dresses, tutus, and charm bracelets, and there are plenty of toys, outfits for boys, and baby gifts as well. The team has a rule of thumb that customers shouldn't be able to find anything in the shop at a big-box store—they exclusively seek out unique finds that are well worth the expense.

As customers admire rows of Primigi shoes or Hello Kitty–themed goodies, tykes can watch kid-friendly shows or assemble puzzles. The staff also offers ear piercing to help little ladies pair their couture finds with a pair of pearls or their grandmother's heirloom gauges.

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