New York to Knoxville • September 9, 2013 • Page 17
Tutu’s a dancers boutique offers the latest fashions, too!
f you think great fashion is limited to the runways of New York, then you haven’t been to Tutu’s A Dancer’s Boutique in Franklin Square. When you walk into Tutu’s, you’ll be warmly greeted by owner Cherie Sanders and her friendly staff, all of whom have an extensive dance background. Tutu’s bright and cheerful atmosphere is the perfect place to fi nd traditional and contemporary designs in adult dancewear representing the very latest in fall fashions from the top designers and manufacturers in the industry. The store is full of new fashion colors and styles for the fall, winter, and holiday seasons.
(front) Owner, Cherie Sanders; Melody Marnon; (back) Jordan McLaughlin and Kristyn Boza.
Tutu’s supplies individual dancers, dance studios, and school dance teams. They have a wide variety of merchandise and they strive to meet all of your dancer’s needs. As Sanders says, “Just tell us what you need. We’ll fi nd a way to help you.” They also offer dancewear and street wear for all ages ranging from toddlers to adults, dance shoes, pointe shoes, gymnastics leotards, ice skating attire, dance bags, accessories, and of course tutus! Tutu’s opened for business over five years ago, and has expanded to their new location in Franklin Square at 9700 Kingston Pike, Suite 2.
Hours are 10 a.m. to 6 p.m. Monday through Friday and 10 a.m. to 3 p.m. on Saturdays. They can be contacted at 357-2675
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