little style of the day: Pop-up Sample Sale in Tribeca

source for style: Torly Kid summer must-haves

In 2004, as Tribeca was bursting at its seams with new families,  Babylicious was born–clothing, toys and books for the under-7 set. Six years later, Babylicious has grown into its current incarnation, Torly Kid–tot to tween.

Torly Kid 51 Hudson St. New York, NY 212.406.7440 www.torlykid.com
As a mother of two daughters who are growing up quickly, Carol has moms in mind with Torly Kid. Looking to continue serving local babies, and to fill the relative void of tween clothing options, Torly Kid keeps the aesthetic decidedly hip but always practical. The store is bright, fun and brimming with everything, including Appaman’s infamous bulldog tees and Susan Lazar’s sumptuous cotton.

This boutique has great styles for babies, kids, and tweens that are a little bit mod, a little bit sweet, and, of course, a little bit rock and roll, carrying newborn through size 10 for boys and 14 for girls.

Check out Torly Kid’s Top 5 MUST-HAVES for Summer

1. For Boys and Girls: Bathing Suits and Rash Guards

Tooby Doo rashguard and swim shorts (each $42)

Tooby Doo halter suits, $42

MoHao one shoulder suit, $64

2. For Babies: Stars

L to R: Nununu ($48 and $46) Le Marchand d’etoiles ($52), Magnificent Baby ($32)

3. Gifts For Boys: Superhero Gear

L to R:  Captain America silicone wristband, $7; Batman wallet, $20; Super Hero tee by Mish, $32

Superhero cape kit, $42

4. Neon

Eagle tee by A Blank Expression, $27

Frayed denim shorts by Joe’s and Tractor ($44-$48); Stretchy ribbed layering tank by Butterflies & Zebras, various colors, $15; Neon shorts by Sofi, various colors, $29

5. Beach gear

Pail and shovel set by Marlon Creations, $4; Flip-flops by Appaman, $18; Printed beach towels by Confetti & Friends, $23

Torly Kid is on Facebook 

source for style: what do you love?

Babesta, one of our favorite neighborhood boutiques in Tribeca is doing a special Valentine’s window and has requested LSF and it’s readers to be a part of it!

They are asking people to fill out hearts both in-store and online about “what you love.”   There have been some great answers so far – from the sweet and sentimental to the artistic & musical to pop culture icons.

LSF will be collecting responses between now and the 14th to see how it evolves! Please contribute some words of things that you love. Hopefully, we can help Babesta fill the entire storefront window.  Check back as we will post some pics of all responses.