Fall Family Fashion: One-Stop Shopping on Selby

By Amber Newman

Park once and score twice! The intersection of Selby & Snelling avenues in St. Paul has grown to be a neat little culmination of modern fashion. We want to highlight two unique stores carrying some extra adorable fall finds for kids and grown-ups: Teeny Bee Boutique and Spoils of Wear.

(Curious about the difference between plaid and flannel? Read this. Warning: It may confuse you further!)


Photos courtesy of Kristie Case, owner of Teeny Bee Boutique

In addition to the cutest mini outfits ever, Teeny Bee offers fun activities in the lower level of the store called the Bloom Room.  From 10:30 to noon on Wednesdays, bring little ones to free play dates.  Let’s Sing music class is offered Mondays 10:30-11:15 ($5 suggested donation per family). The events are open to ages up to three years old and their grown-ups. Stay updated on Facebook and Instagram.

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Photo courtesy of Jill Erickson, Spoils of Wear 

Spoils of Wear is a sustainable boutique focusing on “local production, organic textiles, and fair-trade practices, among other socially and environmentally sustainable qualities.” Jill Erickson, store owner, pug-enthusiast and pro-shopper, opened Spoils of Wear in 2016. Find them on Facebook and Instagram to stay on top of new products, events and sales.

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