From the moment you set foot at L’Enfantillon, you are struck by how truly unique and distinctive the clothes are. You experience awe as your fingers feel the quality of the fabric. You go through the rows of clothing wondering where such great pieces were found, and having a sense of foolishness for not having […]
From the moment you set foot at L’Enfantillon, you are struck by how truly unique and distinctive the clothes are. You experience awe as your fingers feel the quality of the fabric. You go through the rows of clothing wondering where such great pieces were found, and having a sense of foolishness for not having found the store earlier.
To make this shopping experience so positive, owner Caroline works tirelessly all year round to put together this enormous fashion puzzle. She needs to find sample collections for each gender and in every size from 0 to 10 years. This is quite the monumental feat.
In total, there are more than forty high-end brands for kids and a dozen for expecting women. Each fashion season, a few collections are added to this already impressive array.
This year is no exception. Three lines for kids are making an entrance at the store:
-Diesel : Urban, in vogue and versatile. For boys and girls, 6 months and 8 years.
-Mini Molly: poetic, feminine, wear anywhere. For girls, 8 years.
-Cars Jeans: sporty, comfortable, colorful. For boys and girls, 10 years.
These collections are available right now. Come on by and discover them at our Laval store!
Choosing the little one’s clothes at L’Enfantillon keeps you a step ahead of today’s fashion trends. Most of the collections chosen by Caroline come from Europe, the epicenter of the fashion world. It is not unusual that the imported pieces today, dictate the trends that will hit our market in one or two years.
Notwithstanding her desire to bring truly different and fresh collections to the store, Caroline also works hard for her client’s wallets: “Prices must remain extremely competitive. This is also one of our mission statements for selling high-end clothes.” We often perceive that such a distinguished store cannot sell at affordable prices. It is true that there are certain luxury items which are not suited for every purse. But certain collections, sold at a much higher price elsewhere, are sold at the same price as certain favorite local brands.
There are more fine brands that Caroline certainly would like to add to her already impressive array: “Scotch & Soda, Byblos, and pretty much all the greats!” she shouts with passion. She will undoubtedly succeed, all for the benefit of her loyal customers.
I am curious…what brand of children or expecting mothers clothing would you like to see at L’Enfantillon?