Back to school with 77kids


School shopping is always a good time and back to school shopping at 77kids is exactly that; a good time! 77kids, a children’s “on-trend” clothing and accessories store is ready for back to school shoppers and has a wide variety of super cute yet edgy clothes for your cool kid.   Super flare jeans, moto denim jackets, plaid shirts, skinny jeans (for your little rocker) and zip front dresses are all apart of the 77kids Back to School Style Sheet. Influenced by music, the 77kids collection is edgy and fun for both boys and girls.  Take a look at the style sheet below and see for yourself!



As you can see 77kids keeps your girl “girlie” and your boy “cool” with great affordable digs.  This children’s clothing store also carries hair accessories, shoes, scarves, and other fun accessories.  While Moms shop, kids can enjoy their experience in the store too with interactive DJ kiosks (where they can spin their own fresh beats), fun photo booths (where they can take their own pictures and create digital frames around them), draw on the chalkboard, chase animated “Gobos” on the floor and choose a piece or two of free candy from the candy bar.

Shop online now, and receive FREE shipping on all orders.  Use code 29855021 and receive 30% off on 3 items or more.  77kids is located in Twelve Oaks Mall, Novi, Mi. Click here to shop online and to find a location near you.

About Shannon Lazovski

Shannon is one of Detroit’s top social media influencers, a fashion leader and a beauty buff who exudes professionalism and knowledge on all three subjects. She is the CEO of The Lazov Agency and the owner of & She loves to promote products and brands she adores and is eager to let all the women out there know, when making the right choices; beauty and confidence go hand in hand. Shannon has been awarded the Elite 40 under 40 award and has been featured on Fox 2 Detroit, WDIV Channel 4, Styleline Magazine and Metro Parent Magazine. When you meet her, ask her about her handbag and shoe collection!

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