Kangaroo Kids outfits tikes from birth up to size 12 with affordable resale clothing and shoes, while aiding new mothers with an array of nursing supplies. Suit up an infant in a onesie ($0.99) or dress a baby in a sleeper ($2.99) to subtly hint that the 6-month-old's most recent film script bored you to tears. Prepare for a nippy fall with jeans and sweaters ($5.99–$9.99) or adorn ’dos with new hair accessories ($4–$15). The shop also caters to expectant and new mothers with baby-rearing essentials such as nursing bras ($20–$55) and Medela breast-feeding supplies ($4.99–$18.50). Kangaroo Kids' clothing can prepare kids for the upcoming school year or provide warmth to pumpkins sitting alone on a cool porch in October.
Lass & Laddie stuffs shopping bags with a frequently rotating collection of stylish children's apparel and accessories from a wide range of brands as well as local clothiers. Pint-sized dresses dolled up with sparkly tulle and floral designs normally range from $25 to $75, though most other items will charge wallets $10 to $35. Keep upper bodies in tune by draping them in fun guitar duds, which, like actual guitars, should be washed at least once a week. Patrons can swaddle their most important offspring in vibrant rose dresses or a bat shirt. Lass & Laddie is dedicated to recycled and repurposed clothing—all handmade items are stitched and sewn from vintage fabric, and several of the labels maintain an eco-friendly status.
The owners of Peak Nutrition founded their business with a simple goal of helping others. To that end, they provide customers with the supplements they need to kick-start a new diet, fuel a workout, or muster the strength to rip off their tank tops Hulk-style. On-staff nutritionists and dieticians can further help clients in their healthy pursuits with custom five-step nutrition plans.