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Kids Consignment in Newtown Square
NEWTOWN SQUARE, Pa. - March 23, 2012 (WPVI) -- Gap jeans, new with tags, for $15. A smocked infant dress for $9. Or a boy's suit from Nordstrom for $50
And those are just a few of the cute clothing items and great deals you can get Kids Sweet Repeats, a new children's consignment shop in Newtown Square, Pa.
Owner Michelle McGovern says holiday outfits are great deals at consignment shops like hers.
"When my kids dress up, for Easter, I'm like, "Don't touch anything!' You try to be really careful when you're all dressed up and keep them nice and clean. Again -- good for us," she says.
The racks here are full of holiday dresses. Two matching polka-dotted dresses, one in size seven and one in size eight are just $15 each. For baby girls, there are holiday dresses with matching sweaters for $15 to $18.
And there's a whole of Spring and Summer dresses from Lilly Pulitzer. Plus plenty of boys' clothes as well, including khakis from Polo, new with tags, that were originally $50 for $19 and seersucker pants from Hartstings, originally $48 for $18.
Plus the store has casual clothes from trendy store like American Eagle, Osh Kosh, and Justice.
For more information on Kids Sweet Repeats, click here to visit their website.
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