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What You'll Get
Children who are born naked must be immediately swaddled to prevent their "new baby" smell from wafting out windows and attracting feral Peter Pans. Seal in your offspring's freshness with today's Groupon: for $15, you get $30 worth of handcrafted and designer children's clothing and accessories from The Carousel Boutique in Summerville.
Carousel Boutique’s clothier Beth Anne Kenna outfits ankle biters with homespun and designer children's fashions in boys’ sizes newborn to 4T and girls’ sizes newborn to 10. Toddlers can herald spring with a bunny-embroidered lavender bow ($7.50) or white grosgrain bow adorned with a hand-painted ladybug button ($10.50), and parents can personalize any ensemble with customized embroidery or skull and smiley ribbons to distinguish the good twin from the bad one.
Sailfish-emblazoned gingham rompers ($38; sizes newborn to 4T), and crab-festooned john-johns ($32; sizes 9 mos. to 2T) equip boys for aquatic escapades and Das Boot reenactments. Girls can dress their Sunday best in a lamb-adorned bishop dress ($38–$48; sizes newborn to 2T) or let loose on the beach in a turquoise sundress ($32; size 2T to 5Y).
The Fine Print
Promotional value expires Oct 5, 2011. Amount paid never expires. Limit 1 per person, may buy 2 additional as gifts. Limit 1 per visit. 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.
About The Carousel Boutique
Since 1989, The Carousel Boutique’s clothier Beth Anne Kenna has outfitted ankle biters with homespun and designer children's fashions in boys’ sizes newborn to 4T and girls’ sizes newborn to 10. She crafts matching doll dresses, polka-dot hair bows from grosgrain ribbon, and baby booties by hand. She also personalizes ensembles with custom embroidery or skull and smiley ribbons, which allows parents to distinguish the good twin from the bad one.