Clothing

clothing collage

“Most people in the United States only wear about 20 percent of their wardrobes. That means that 80 percent of the clothes are languishing in their closet being unworn,” says Nancy Dilts, a personal wardrobe stylist, who specializes in sustainable shopping.

Two babies wearing RubyScootz play on a lawn.

A local mom created RubyScootz because her daughter's pants were always getting destroyed while she was crawling around.

Ooh La La Boutique

Excelsior boutique expands its space and offerings.

A woman holds a child in a pool.

Finding the perfect swimsuit has more to do with understanding your own body, and where your curves are, and knowing what you plan on doing in the swimsuit.

A child models clothing from Honey P's Boutique.

Oh Baby! and Honey P's Boutique offer ideas for dressing kids in style and with a smile.

A model shows off fall fashion picks from The Golden Rule in Excelsior.

Jump into the fall fashion season with inspiration from the style experts at The Golden Rule in Excelsior.

A rack of stylish children's clothing from Pip & Pal.

Nestled on Excelsior’s Water Street is an impeccably curated shop full of baby and kids’ clothing (and accessories) that would make any modern mama swoon.

Personal stylist Jess Burke sits on a chair.

Personal stylist Jess Burke helps women feel beautiful in their everyday looks.

Designer clothing from Down the Rabbit Hole boutique in Excelsior

Sitting in the heart of downtown Excelsior is boutique Down the Rabbit Hole, which opened last spring and offers a combination of new and gently used clothing for women.

Kenna Frees from Babble and Saddle

Kenna Frees isn’t your average teenager. Though she enjoys typical teen activities like hanging out with friends and spending time with her pets, Kenna also runs her own fashion enterprise online.

Judd Frost poses wearing a blue button-down, vest and khakis.

Whether dressing for an important business meeting, a night on the town or drinks with friends—every stylish guy needs a few failsafe pieces in his closet.

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