BabyDolls Boutique Celebrates Three Year Anniversary; Launches Own Baby Clothing Line

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BabyDolls Boutique, located on Lakeview’s Southport Corridor, is celebrating three years of business on Saturday, October 23rd with a party for its customers. This event will also be the unveiling of the Pink & Blue are the new Black baby clothing line designed by the boutique’s owner, Vanessa Rodriguez.

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BabyDolls Boutique, located on Lakeview’s Southport Corridor, is celebrating three years of business on Saturday, October 23rd with a party for its customers. This event will also be the unveiling of the Pink & Blue are the new Black baby clothing line designed by the boutique’s owner, Vanessa Rodriguez.

BabyDolls Boutique (http://www.babydolls-boutique.com) first opened its doors in 2007. Vanessa Rodriguez, the first Mexican-American entrepreneur on the Southport Corridor, is part owner with her sisters, Nereida and Paola. The store specializes in both baby clothing and women’s accessories.

The anniversary party will be broken up into two parts. The morning and afternoon portion will include activities for children. During the evening, women are treated to a consultation with a professional make-up artist. In addition, a local jewelry artist will be showcasing his handmade collections.

The highlight of the event will be the unveiling of BabyDolls Boutique’s label; Pink & Blue are the new Black. This exclusive line includes handmade baby clothing and accessories designed by Vanessa Rodriguez. This is the first original label both for the boutique and Rodriguez.

Pink & Blue are the new Black focuses its designs on achieving a vintage feel for the modern baby. Items include handmade dresses, christening gowns, onesies, skirts and twins/triplets apparel. What makes this label truly unique, however, is its contribution to charities. For every purchase from Pink & Blue, BabyDolls Boutique will donate a portion of the proceeds to two local non-profit organizations- The Mercy Home for Boys and Girls and The Women’s Center.

During the anniversary party, customers will get the opportunity to participate in the Women’s Center Baby Bottle Project which allows participants to fill the bottles with spare change. Money raised from this project will go to helping provide basic needs for battered women and their unborn children.

BabyDolls Boutique is expressing to the community that it’s “IN to give!” They hope to set a trend and lead by example.

For more information regarding BabyDolls Boutique’s Three Year Anniversary Party and the Pink & Blue Label, visit http://www.babydolls-boutique.com or call 773-525-2229. Follow them on Facebook and Twitter to see what they’re doing to give back.

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