Shops at Somerset

White House Black Market
April 17, 2016 – 04:52 pm
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We began as two tiny Baltimore, Maryland community boutiques—The White House, opened in 1985, and Black Market, unsealed in 1995—both established for and run by females. The eyesight for every was to be an unique, individual design destination for females every where.

In 1997, the 2 shops became one and 
White home Black Market was born. Our sight remained exactly like prior to, as did our commitment to provide unique, specific selections that delivered both design and high quality (compound).

White House black-market is continuing to grow since then, and celebrating and promoting women remains our mission. In boutiques and web, we have been focused on supplying today's collection for means females reside now, for them to be their finest selves.

Although named when it comes to simplicity of black and white, our curated selections constantly reflect the most recent colors, images and designs. Our specialist stylists will always here to change a closet, style current styles and a lot of importantly, are devoted to helping each girl produce the woman trademark appearance. It's with satisfaction that people offer these personalized services.

Mobile : (860) 659-1303


Hours of operation

Monday 10:00am – 6:00pm
Thursday 10:00am – 8:00pm
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Ralph Lauren Baby Girls' Ruffled Cotton Shortall (18 Months , Somerset Green)
  • Romper: 100% cotton. Sash: 100% polyester.
  • Machine washable.
  • Signature embroidered pony at the left chest.
  • Ribbed polo collar. Two buttons with a concealed snapped placket down the front.
  • Ring snaps at the hem.
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