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March 26, 1988 - Image 67

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1988-03-26

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There are jumpers, smocked
dresses and English schoolgirl
dresses. One favorite is an oxford
cloth light blue and white striped
dress with an embroidered white
Parsons also has a wide
selection of special occasion and
flower girl dresses that can be
ordered for color and size.
For infant and toddlers,
Parsons carries all the famous
children's manufacturers.
Florence Eiseman, Sylvia Whyte,

Tiered is the
password for dresses
this spring.

Grace and Creation Stummer
have been creating polished
cotton childhood fantasies for
several generations.
For little boys, there are
cabana suits for the pool and
Izod T-shirts in a variety of
rainbow colors. There are racks
full of those cute, classic shorts
whose attached suspenders
cross in the back and matching
white shirts with red piping and
peter pan collars.
For dress up, Parsons has a
selection of Eton suits with the
appropriate Prince Albert shirts.


At. R.G. Crumbsnatcher,
clothes for babies and toddlers
are funky and loads of fun.
Owner Cindy Obron-Kahn, a
new mom herself, likes to stock
her store with unusual items.
This season, her biggest seller
and her personal favorite is "a
one piece cotton stretchy PJ that
comes in ice cream colors
mint green and yellow — and
has attached satin angel wings!"
Kahn likes to dress three-
month Jennifer in her angel suit
every day.
Funky hats and sunglasses are
another Crumbsnatcher
trademark. "This year our
biggest head coverup is a khaki
`outback hat,' " says Kahn.

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