Shop Guide for Albuquerque Metro Map
CUTIE PIES CHILDREN’S BOUTIQUE
5335 Ballantyne Commons Pkwy. 704/847-4617,
HOURS: Mon.-Sat. 9 A.M.-6 P.M.
Since Cutie Pies opened its doors in the upscale Ballantyne Village retail center in 2007, it’s been popular with moms and tots alike. Little ones love the colorful clothingwho can resist pastel pink rubber boots with flowers on the toes and a matching umbrella?and parents are drawn in by brand names like Jack and Lily, Baby Lulu, and Hartstrings. The clothes are adorable (most can be monogrammed) and range from cotton T-shirts for the playground to miniature suits for special occasions. The boutique carries a good selection of gift items, too, making it a popular stop for baby shower- bound shoppers.
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