The time has come! Our boutique will begin taking in person shopping appointments at our Canterbury Village location starting May 29th. Due to current guidelines we are limited on the number of guests allowed in the shop at any point in time and must ask that you wear a mask during your visit.
Memorial Day is almost here and it has us thinking of barbeques, summer days, flags, and parades. It’s also just one of the holidays where we show our love for America with some red, white, and blue.
To help you and your family get decked out for this and future holidays, we’ve curated an album full of red, white and blue. The items included in this album include everything from the subtle to stars and stripes.
Do you have LuLaRoe Littles? If so, this post is for you. In April, LuLaRoe announced that we would be saying farewell to the entire kids collection including all kids dresses, shirts, layers and skirts.
Kid’s leggings will still be available.
This move will make room for new styles coming into the warehouses (like Nicki) and give LuLaRoe a chance to take another look at the collection itself. In the short term, we are mostly likely to see kids styles pop up in special collections.
Love to shop for a cause? Starting today, all regular purchases made with LuLaRoe Tilly’s Boutique for the next two weeks will be included as part of a multi-retailer fundraiser to support childhood Leukemia research and a very special little girl. Our donations will be matched by LuLaRoe and potentially a private match as well.
At just 11 days old Taylor was diagnosed with acute Lymphoblastic Leukemia with the MLL genetic rearrangement. Statistically only 35% of the children diagnosed with this type of leukemia survive more than 5 years. After 18 months of intense chemotherapy her family found out that her cancer had relapsed.
With the relapse of her cancer her only chance of long term survival is a bone marrow transplant. For that to happen her leukemia has to show no evidence of disease in her marrow, but after suffering a brain infection it had taken over 88% of her marrow and blood.
Her last chance for a transplant was to get CarT cell treatment – where they take your own tcells and turn them into cancer killing machines then reinfuse them into your body. She was the youngest child and the first with that amount of disease to have this done at her home hospital of Children’s Hospital of Colorado.
The odds were against her, her organs failed her, but she survived. At 30 days she was showing MRD negative, which is exactly what she needed to show for the transplant. At day 41 they found out that Taylor’s cancer had turned into a new cancer – Acute Myeloid Leukemia.
All hope is not lost however. Her team is working hard to find a way to get her MRD negative again and one of the top researchers in Taylor’s cancer is coming to work at Children’s Hospital of Colorado!
Her doctor is doing lab work focusing on finding a way to wrangle this genetic rearrangement MLL and get it to act like the other cancers so they are able to find a standard way to treat and cure these kids. Also with Taylor’s lineage switch, this doctor and researcher are looking into using the information, data and genetics they have from Taylor to see if they can prevent it from happening in the future.
Taylor’s mother met with the foundation of Children’s Hospital of Colorado and through the funds raised in this fundraiser we will be able to help fund this specific research. We so excited for this opportunity to find a way to help increase the survival rate of these children, specifically Taylor!
Come see us tomorrow, Sunday, February 3rd, at the Here Comes the Brides Bridal Show! The show will be held at King’s Court in Canterbury Village and will include a variety of vendors to speak with for planning your wedding.
The first 100 brides receive a free weekender bag, so come enjoy the day. Everyone is welcome to this event. Children are free and parking is free.
This year’s collection also included the introduction of the Caroline, a hip length flowy cardigan; and Jessie, a straight hemmed swing dress with pockets. Both of these styles are expected to enter the main line later this spring.
Curious what the collection looks like? Here are just a few outfits we put together including pieces from Happy Hearts Club: