New Baby and Children's Boutique Comes to Leesburg

Elle and B Baby will offer baby and children’s clothing for up to six years of age. It will officially open its doors on Friday, Oct. 5.

A new baby and children’s boutique is coming to downtown Leesburg and it will open on Friday, Oct. 5 during Leesburg’s First Friday.

Elle and B Baby will offer baby and children’s clothing for up to 6 years old. Toys, gear, strollers, cloth diapers and other essentials will be available for purchase. Brands will include Bugaboo, UPPABaby, Ergo Carrier, Kissy Kissy, Aden and Anais, 3 Sprouts and more.

Special services will also be available including a baby registry, concierge services, and curbside pick-up.

“We're thrilled to bring our boutique to our Loudoun County friends and family," said Founder and Owner Renn Pfeiffer. The Leesburg store will be the second to open, she said, with the flagship store at National Harbor in Maryland.

"We stay on top of new products and trends to only offer our customers the best clothing and gear on the market,” Pfeiffer said. “We have tested every stroller and product in our store, and our children wear the clothes, because that is the only way to know what holds up and what doesn’t.”

Pfeiffer said was surprised that there were no other baby stores within the local area. Especially due to the fact that there are so many famliies with small children, she said.

Pfeiffer is excited to be in Leesburg and looks forward to meeting everyone in the town.

“We want to become like the Leesburg/Ashburn hometown baby store where people know that they can come,” Pfeiffer said.

Elle and B Baby is located at 118 South Street SE, near Tuscarora Mill. The store will be open this Friday from 10 a.m until 9 p.m. For more information, call 703-771-1764 or visit http://www.elleandb.com.

Vicki Jo McBee October 30, 2012 at 06:29 PM
Do you offer bedding?
chrisgold November 13, 2012 at 11:09 PM
Good Luck. There is always a need for a great shop to help in clothing our children. http://www.gogonatural.com/


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