When Letitia McPherson Young, owner of Honey’s Child Boutique, moved to St. Louis 16 years ago for school, she struggled to find clothing in her size that matched her high-fashion sensibilities. That challenge planted a seed. Several degrees later and an exciting career in the investment industry, that seed would become a business plan, the essential blueprint that later launched Honey’s Child Boutique.
Nestled in the 1900 block of Washington Avenue in downtown St. Louis, Honey’s Child Boutique carries clothing that reflects the runways, all in sizes 14 and up. Jumpsuits. Leather skirts. Twin sets. At this boutique, you find stylish and sophisticated items carefully curated by Letitia to flaunt and flatter the curves of her customers.
Last Saturday, when the store celebrated four years in business, an important milestone for a boutique, patrons came out in numbers. Some stopped by to simply cheer on Letitia and her supportive staff. Others stopped by to thank Letitia for always having the right outfit they needed at the right time. Some, of course, stopped by to shop.
The anniversary event culminated with a fashion showcase featuring current styles in the store modeled by the boutique’s top models. Here’s what you missed.
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