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Still Hip, the funky Clinton Hill children’s resale boutique featured on BCAT and CNN, will host its biggest bag sale, August 30. They are ready to purge their summer and overstocked fall and winter inventory. The store’s play area will be set up with bins and tables filled with clothing in every size, as well as maternity clothing, toys and gear.

You can purchase bags for $15 or $18 each to fill with whatever you want from the bag sale area.

At Still Hip you’ll find brands like Zutano, Oilily, Confetti, Alphabets, Hanna Andersson, Charlie Rocket and more. There’s a great selection of maternity as well, featuring Cadeau and Japanese Weekend. There are also tees and dresses, children’s books, music CDs, and documentary films.

All items are provided by community members, so to be the first in the know about what comes in each week, sign up for the weekly email, which also includes special events and store news. There is also plenty of super special items, so if you’re on the prowl for an activity rocker or wooden blocks, you know just where to go. And because it’s all resale, you’ll save lots.

Still Hip is at 283 Grand Avenue, just off of Lafayette. For more, visit www.stillhipbrooklyn.com or call 718-398-0008.

Updated 11:48 am, January 16, 2019
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