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Cute Outfit 

Published June 3, 2014 at 3:00 p.m.

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When Québec natives Marie-Michelle Gaudreau and Julie Harvey moved to Vermont, they had a hard time finding fashionable clothes for their kids. So in March, the two pals launched Minou Kids, a childrens' clothing "e-tailer" that sells handpicked designer items online for kids from birth to age 6. Minou is French for "kitty," though, in this case, they intend it to mean really stinkin' cute. Gaudreau has held big jobs at both Montréal-based department store La Maison Simons and Burton Snowboards. She says her boutique carries clothes and accessories by designers "who are passionate about what they do." That includes Frank & Lu, Moccis and Émile & Ida, whose Moustache tank top sells for $38. Your son might outgrow it in a few months, but he'll look sharp while he's wearing it.

Minou Kids: Find the shop at minoukids.com.

This article was originally published in Seven Days' monthly parenting magazine, Kids VT.

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Cathy Resmer

Cathy Resmer

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Deputy publisher Cathy Resmer is an organizer of the Vermont Tech Jam. She also oversees Seven Days' parenting publication, Kids VT, and created the Good Citizen Challenge, a youth civics initiative. Resmer began her career at Seven Days as a freelance writer in 2001. Hired as a staff writer in 2005, she became the publication's first online editor in 2007.

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