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Best Local Boutiques For Back To School Clothes Shopping In Atlanta

July 30, 2013 8:00 AM

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Back to school shopping can be very hectic. The older your kids get, the more input they have on what they want to wear. Whether your kid(s) are young and fresh or older and trendy, these boutiques will not disappoint. To make things easier this school year, visit these Atlanta boutiques that are sure to grab your kids’ attention.

Seed Factory
1170 Howell Mill Road
Atlanta, GA 30318
(404) 355-2043
www.seedfactoryatlanta.com

The Seed Factory, once Sprout, carries clothing for children up to a size 12. Since the Seed Factory specializes in infant clothing and accessories, the store’s heaviest stock is in infant through six. This boutique would be perfect for the little boy or girl who loves to dress casually but with a preppy flair. If your five- to eight-year-old has a love for khakis, nice knit sweaters and polo shirts, then this is the place to go for back to school.

Gretchen’s Children Shop
1246 W. Paces Ferry Road N.W.
Atlanta, GA 30327
(404) 237-8020
www.gretchensonline.com

Gretchen’s Children Shop has been open in Atlanta since 1952 and still manages to offer some of the trendiest children’s clothing. With fall being around the corner, Gretchen’s is receiving new pieces every week to make sure everything your child may want and need is in stock. This children’s shop offers clothing sizes up to 16, which means even the teens will love this store. Gretchen’s has casual wear, play wear and dress wear for those school pictures.

McCall Wilder Designs
110 E. Andrews Drive N.W.
Atlanta, GA 30305
(404) 841-9263
www.mccallwilder.com

McCall Wilder Designs is strictly for the bourgeois child. Offering sizes ranging from zero to 16, McCall Wilder Designs specializes in custom clothing, which gives the child or the parent a chance to create their own look. Whether you would like them to have a hot pink corduroy jumpsuit or a sweater with specific embroidery, McCall Wilder can do it. McCall Wilder Designs is the ideal place to shop for the child who would rather do things differently.

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The Beehive
1250 Caroline St., Suite C120
Atlanta, GA 30307
(404) 581-9261
www.thebeehiveatl.com

The Beehive is Atlanta’s first boutique that offers a wide range of handmade clothing for all ages. The designers who design for this boutique work, live and make their clothing locally and regionally. Many kids today are beyond their years and believe in wearing things that were made here in the U.S.A. The store offers clothing for kids between the ages of five and eight years old and for juniors. This boutique is for the child who loves fun and modern clothing and has a passion for the growth of our communities.

Cutie Pies
5473 Chamblee Dunwoody Road
Dunwoody, GA 30338
(770) 396-1392
www.cutiepiesonline.com

Cuties Pies is a children’s boutique like no other that offers clothing for boys and girls up to ages 16. With a specialization in dress wear, Cutie Pies is for the child who appreciates the finer things. For boys, sizes go up to a 12, and for girls, sizes go to a 16, which includes teens. If your child has a desire to wear beautiful, fun dresses and sports jackets, this is the place to get them what they want for back to school.

Related: Best Children’s Clothing In Atlanta

LeQuisha Gray is a freelance writer covering all things Atlanta. Her work can be found on Examiner.com.

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