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Wild child arlington mass

Wild child arlington mass

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In downtown Arlington, we’re three blocks east of Route 60/Pleasant Lane. On Mass Ave and side streets, there is street parking (do not use parking lot next door). Between the hours of 5 and 6 p.m., traffic can be heavy; be sure to follow the instructions below for shortcuts during rush hour! a chart
Follow signs for Arlington and Route 2 on Storrow Drive West. Continue past the reservoir on Fresh Pond Parkway, turning left at the first rotary, right at the second rotary, and passing the Fresh Pond Mall. Bear right onto Route 16 after passing the Alewife T station on your left for 0.3 miles. Turn left onto Mass Ave and continue for about a mile. Just past Dunkin Donuts is where you’ll find the Middle.
For 5 miles, take Route 2 East. Exit at the Route 60 exit and proceed down the hill to the light. During off-peak hours, turn left and continue for 1 mile on Route 60. Take a right at the light onto Mass Ave; the Middle will be on your left three blocks away. During peak hours, turn left on Route 60, then left again at the next light and proceed 75 yards up the hill. Turn right at the small traffic island, then right again for 10 yards down the hill. Turn left onto Jason Street and proceed up the hill, past four-way stop signs, and down to Mass Avenue. Turn right at the light onto Mass Ave; the Center will be on your left after 6 blocks.

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MAM Rebecca Moudachirou of Arlington’s Wild Child

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Wild Kid, a children’s boutique in Massachusetts, has undergone a number of improvements since it first opened in 2005, according to current owner Rebecca Moudachirou. The shop, which was originally known as Wild Child, Wild Women, sold a mix of outdoorsy women’s and children’s clothing. After a few years, a new owner took over and began selling only children’s apparel, […]
Wild Kid, a children’s boutique in Massachusetts, has seen a lot of changes since it first opened in 2005, according to current owner Rebecca Moudachirou. The shop, which was originally known as Wild Child, Wild Women, sold a mix of outdoorsy women’s and children’s clothing. After a few years, a new owner took over and started selling only children’s clothes, baby gear, strollers, and car seats. When Moudachirou took over the store in June of last year, she ditched the larger gear and replaced it with apparel, shoes, and a small range of toys. “With gear, we felt like we were competing with Amazon unsuccessfully,” she says of the decision to reduce inventory. “The majority of people search for such things on the internet. It was too dangerous to transport.”

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I’m writing a review for Wild Kid, a children’s boutique in Arlington, Massachusetts.

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This post is specifically for Tea Collection clothing fans in the Boston area.

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I went in to see what the store was all about, not with the intention of writing a post about it, but I felt there might be an audience for it. I ended up interviewing the store owner, Rebecca Moudachirou, who took over management of the store last year and was generous enough to let a random mom with a ponytail photograph her establishment.
Wild Child carries a number of high-end children’s brands, including See Kai Run, Frugi, Livie & Luca, Le Top, and Addis & Anise (don’t worry, I had to look up some of those names as well), but Tea Collection is the brand they carry the most.
[A brief history of Tea Collection: Every year, Tea selects two places for its designers to visit in order to obtain inspiration for a mini collection based on the venue. I like the brand because the clothes are stylish yet affordable (especially if you buy on sale, which readers of my Hanna Andersson outlet review know I do! ), and they don’t look like children’s clothing. [Not that there’s anything wrong with a few pink polka-dots every now and then.]

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Nugent gained notoriety in later years for his vocal conservative political views, as well as his adamant support for hunting and gun ownership rights.
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