Cool new kids shop on Vanderbilt Avenue

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Prospect Heights parents have a new place to shop, thanks to Livie and Boo.

A Beacon’s Closet for kids, the story sells nearly new children’s clothing and shoes for kids up to age 6. But a Salvation Army this is not.

“It was really important for me that the store feels like a high-end boutique,” said owner Chantal Scott. There’s even an arts area and toys to keep little ones occupied while grown-ups shop.

For those looking to unload, the store buys clothes in excellent used condition and offers 25 percent cash or 40 percent store credit for what it might retail for.

Livie and Boo [613 Vanderbilt Ave. between St. Marks Place and Bergen Street in Prospect Heights, (718) 857-0099]. Open Tuesday-Sunday from 11 am-6 pm. Closed Mondays.

Updated 5:21 pm, July 9, 2018
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