Atlanta’s First Unisex Children’s Clothing Store Launched by Black Woman

Atlanta is now home to one of the first unisex children’s stores, and it was conceptualized and launched by a Black woman entrepreneur, Allie Friday. Friday opened Mini Friday Children’s Boutique to provide unisex options for her daughter and for all children “to wear what they like, without judgment.”

Friday was inspired to open a unisex children’s shop when her daughter started to complain about wearing clothing that is traditionally imposed upon children assigned female at birth. Currently, the store offers clothing options for children between the ages of 24 months and 8 years.

For more, visit:
Mini Friday Children’s Boutique
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2033 Hosea L. Williams
Atlanta, Georgia 30317
(678) 770-7110

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