This post is about a month past due. With all of the traveling I’ve been doing and my father’s passing, I am just now being able to post this. I apologize for the delay!
A few weeks ago, I was invited to host a Grand Opening Event for the new Hanna Andersson store located in the Saint Louis Galleria. Hanna Andersson had always been one of my favorite catalog options when The Chicklet was a little younger, and I was excited to find out that an actual store would be opening in my area. It’s always easier to buy clothing, especially for a child, when you are able to see it in person.
Hanna Andersson has been a premium clothing option for kids since the early 80’s. I first came to know about them after my grandmother purchased a knit coat from their catalog for my daughter who was about one year old at the time. The quality of their clothing is something that I have always liked—you may pay a little more, but it is well worth it.
The store was packed the day of the opening as moms and dads all across St. Louis wanted to get a special peek inside of the store. There were plenty of items to choose from, and the store was well stocked with items perfect for holiday wearing.
I took a few pictures so you can see what the store looks like inside:
Holiday themed old school pajamas (so warm and comfy!)
Ruffled look for girls
Classic sweaters for boys
Dresses perfect with leggings
How tall are you?
Perfect for play while in stores. Ingenious of Hanna Andersson to add this!
Denim and navy and red!
I got a few things for The Chicklet including a wonderful knit sweater with flared bottom, leggings, pajamas, and a dress. The clothing is easy to wash and keeps its color and shape.
With the holidays fast approaching, Hanna Andersson will be my go-to place for clothing for the kids in my family. Fab and durable—just the way I like it!
What do you think about Hanna Andersson’s offerings?
I, The Cubicle Chick, hosted an event at Hanna Andersson and was given a gift card in exchange for my time. The opinions listed here are mine and were not influenced in any way by the brand.
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