Wednesday, October 20, 2010

Puddle Baby Boutique

Does anyone else read the Shopaholic series? Because I swear sometimes I am channeling Becky Bloomwood. Like when I was in the brand new Puddle Baby Boutique in Chapel Hill. Let's face it, C does not really need new clothes. But oh my word, if there weren't some fabulous children's clothes in here.

Puddle Baby is one half of the Purple Puddle gift shop. Purple Puddle has been there for awhile and focuses on stationary, floral, and other specialty gifts. But they recently expanded to bring us baby-wear. There are some great accessories in here, such as Baby Legs, but I really felt like this shop was all about the clothes.

These clothes are not cheap. This is a boutique and the clothes are "designer" clothes (can you use that phrase with baby clothes?). Think Tea, Catimini, Persnickety. There was a clearance rack that had some very cute options, but if you go in to buy an outfit be prepared to pay. You get really great quality, though. And really truly cute stuff (why don't they make some of these outfits in adult sizes!?).

Clothes are up to size 5 for kids. Puddle Baby also advertises that they do custom furniture and bedding. They have monogramming available. And since you are also at Purple Puddle, you can pick up some cute stationary for mom while there. No, you don't need it, but Becky Bloomwood could justify it....

Puddle Baby Boutique
Facebook Page
400-H S. Elliot Road

Chapel Hill


Mon- Fri 10 am to 5:30 pm

Sat 10 am to 5 pm


At October 20, 2010 at 4:15 PM , Anonymous Laura R said...

What's the boy selection like? I need to find a good looking outfit for my 4 year old. We're taking him to see the Magic Flute in Greensboro in 2 weeks (my sister is the lead). :)

Love the Purple Puddle. Owned by a mom of one of my classmates growing up.

At October 20, 2010 at 5:20 PM , Blogger Allison said...

The boy selection was good! Certainly more space dedicated to the little girls, but I still managed to find some stuff for C that I loved!! definitely worth a stop. Congrats to your sister on being lead. That is wonderful!


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