It’s hard enough getting children to eat vegetables so that they'll grow up nice and strong, let alone convincing their clothing to drink milk so it can accommodate the spurt. Choose your battles with today’s deal: for $13, you get $30 worth of gently used clothing for kids at Purple Cow, a chic Sappington Plaza resale boutique that Riverfront Times readers named Best Baby Store in 2006.
Conceptualized by style shaman and seasoned mom Laura Maurice, Purple Cow offers gently used designer clothing at discounted prices to keep kids cute and parents’ pocketbooks plump. The boutique’s always-changing stock is interwoven with threads from popular brands such as Oilily, Gap, Mini Boden, Hannah Anderson, Gymboree, Ralph Lauren, Burberry, Baby LuLu, and more, as well as baby gear such as high chairs, pack-and-plays, strollers, and basic checkbook-balancing blocks. Keep your tater tot toasty all the way through autumn in two-piece outfits by Gymboree for $12.99–$16.99 ($40–$60 retail), one-piece rompers from Gap for $7.99 ($24.50 retail), and kids’ Northface jackets for $29 ($99 retail). All items are hand-selected by Purple Cow’s attentive team of garment and gadget gurus to ensure utmost quality and safety.
All sales are final.
- When your little ones grow out of things so quickly who wants to pay enormous prices. Purple Cow allows you to dress your prince or princess to the nines and pay a fraction of the cost. This shop has a great variety of styles and brands and the ladies that work there are so friendly. – alynna77, Citysearch