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Introducing My Little Pickle!!!

Posted by SussexMummy | Posted in Information | Posted on 01-09-2011

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Tomorrow (September 2nd) sees the launch of “My Little Pickle” – an online boutique selling clothing for 0-2 year olds.  
Set up by Sarah Sherlock following the birth of her first child, Sarah wants to fill what she saw as a gap in the UK baby clothing market.  She was disappointed with the clothing choice available to her, and after a trip to Europe she discovered that there were clothes out there that she needed to bring to this country.  “A trip to Europe confirmed how limited the range of childrenswear is in the UK, and I decided to bring the choice, quality and styles available to our market.”
As well as providing a wide range of designs and pieces that you won’t find on your high street Sarah is keen to provide ethical clothing, and her website also boasts a fantastic range of organic clothing, something she thinks is important for parents. “Ethical issues are more important in the babywear market than in other clothing markets, reflecting the heightened awareness of young, educated mothers.”  

Above all Sarah wants to bring beautiful products to parents and their children. “My objective is to provide customers with the best products and service. We are committed to bringing fresh, colourful and exciting new brands from around the world to the UK, and I hope you love the result as much as I do” 

In addition to the gorgeous clothes and fun footwear “My Little Pickle” also sells a range of accessories including towels, blankets, socks and tights, and a selection of soft and knitted toys.
Here is a selection of my personal favourites from the boutique:

Head over to “My Little Pickle” tomorrow for the launch and enjoy an introductory 15% discount across the full range.