Polkadot Patch Boutique Announces It Is Now Shipping Unique Baby Clothes and Gifts to Canada

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Polkadot Patch Boutique, a contemporary children's online boutique, has announced its expansion by shipping to Canada it's large selection of unique baby clothes and gifts.

Polkadot Patch Boutique, online at http://www.polkadotpatch.com, is excited to announce the expansion of its business to Canada. Breaking with current trends, Polkadot Patch Boutique features fashionable, whimsical, bright, and always unique baby clothes and gifts, including a large selection of fun, gender-neutral baby clothes.

“We have received numerous requests to ship to Canada,” said co-owner Marianne Mullen, “and we are thrilled to expand our store to serve Canadian customers. With our large selection of unique baby gifts, the ease of shopping in our online store, and our quick shipping to Canada, Polkadot Patch Boutique is positioned to provide Canadian customers a fun online shopping destination for unique baby and children's gifts.

“Children’s clothing should represent the spirit of childhood: fun and exciting, colorful and unique. We believe children’s clothing should be as full of color and imagination as the child wearing it. In the United States, Polkadot Patch Boutique is often a first stop for parents and gift-givers who want to encourage kids to express their own unique, colorful personalities. By opening our store to Canadian customers, we can broaden our customer base and possibly find Canadian clothing brands and artists to feature in our store.”

Polkadot Patch Boutique features whimsical, colorful clothes in sizes from 3 months to 4T. In addition to the boutique brands such as Chicken Noodle, Michael Simon, Le Fromage et L’orange, ZaZa Couture, Zutano, My Vintage Baby and Cow and Lizard, shoppers also can find a growing collection of children’s products handcrafted by artisans. With over 500 products in the store, Polkadot Patch Boutique believes Canadian customers will enjoy shopping this unique contemporary children’s store.


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