Monday, August 31, 2015

Special occasions boutique for young girls, teens opens along Main Line

There's a new boutique along the Main Line that will make moms and daughters happy.

Special occasions boutique for young girls, teens opens along Main Line

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There's a new boutique along the Main Line that will make moms and daughters happy.

Bala Cynwyd-based dress boutique Gabrielle has broken through its walls to house a separate store for girls, tweens and teens called G Lizzy. It's one of the few boutiques of its kind in the Main Line region that carries special occasion dresses for young girls: Think Bat and Bar Mitzvahs, Sweet Sixteens, family functions, and every occasion in between.

“We want our girls to looks beautiful, sweet, confident, fashionable and age appropriate," says co-owner Susan Cooper. The boutique exclusively carries Elena Do Vale custom designs and will also house its very own G Lizzy brand.

G Lizzy hosts its grand opening event through 5 p.m. Sunday, so parents, if you're not doing anything this brisk fall afternoon, bring your daughters to the celebration for some fun. The following activities will take place: A Rene Ruiz trunk show for moms, Design Your Own Clutch activity, mini-makeovers, cosmetic giveaways, sweets, champagne, and a raffle with all proceeds given to Simon’s Fund, a local non-profit organization that protects kids by checking their hearts for defects.

The boutique is located at 200 Monument Road at Righter’s Ferry Road in Bala Cynwyd.

For more info, visit gabriellebala.com.

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