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Terryn Mann & Lynda Hornsby

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How did you start B KIDS NOLA? Terryn: We started in 2010 in Baton Rouge with our older sister and mom. There were no “cool” kids clothes in town, so we wanted to be the first to offer them.

How many locations do you have? T: We have five: Baton Rouge, Old Metairie, New Orleans, Fort Worth, Texas and Birmingham, Alabama.

What makes you different? Lynda: We offer contemporary but conservative styles for all kids. We want them to explore their own style and become confident. “B COOL. B DIFFERENT. B YOU” sums it up for us.

What are your favorite pieces in the  store right now? L: We have some great Ella Moss pieces, such as a fringe maroon dress with a matching jacket.

What are your best sellers? L: Colored denim is always a great seller, and this fall we have jewel tones that are flying off the shelves.

Is it just for girls? T: No way! We have fun and funky clothes for boys from newborn to size 8.

Are there any trade secrets you can tell us? L: We strive to make our customers feel confident in what they’re wearing. So the secret is, making them love what they walk out with!

Is there anything else you would like to add? T: I just had a little boy, so expect us to amp up our boys clothes in the future. I am determined to find cool stuff!
 



B KIDS NOLA

5422 Magazine St. | 218-4210
115 Metairie Road | 301-2954
(additional locations as well)
BKidsBoutique.com

 

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