Gently-loved clothing and paraphernalia for little free-thinkers


204 Barnes Ave Colchester, VT 05446
(Located in Fort Ethan Allen at the corner of Barnes and Troy.)  

Lisa Golding, Owner

Now accepting new inventory.  No appointment necessary.

Monday: CLOSED

Tuesday: 10-2

Wednesday: 10-2

Thursday: 10-2

Friday: 10-2

 Saturday: 10-4

Sunday: 10-2


At BOHO BABY, we strive to make your shopping and pruning experiences easy and positive!  We carry the styles and brands you want, at prices you prefer.  Have bins full of adorable clothes your little one has outgrown? We'll happily look through them, offer you cash on the spot or consignment, give back to you what we can't take while you wait and shop, hold it for you if you'd rather drop it off, provide a list of organizations who accept donations or even donate for you. 

Children are our specialty at BOHO BABY! We have a selection of gently-loved toys for sale that your children are welcome to play with while you shop, we offer weekly events for children and caregivers, complimentary coffee and bites. 





The Story Behind BOHO BABY

The time I spent in Southeast Asia greatly changed the lens through which I viewed my own environment and consumer practices.  The concept of conscious consumerism, consuming with a purpose, became paramount in my day-to-day life.  Therein was born the inspiration for BOHO BABY.

I started helping friends sell their children’s clothing through various avenues on the side.  A gently-loved clothing customer myself, it was fun for me to connect people, moms in particular, through the passing along of their like-new children’s items.  From one loving hand to another, the sharing of children’s clothing and necessities connects us like a village.

I wanted to create a village where children and their caregivers can come to find the gently-loved clothing and select goods that they’re looking for, while supporting local and internationally-based mothers alike.  The new items available for purchase at BOHO BABY are QUALITY favorites of mine that I used for my own babies-items that I find satisfaction in passing along to you.  Some new items are made by local moms right here in Vermont. Others are FAIR TRADE, and through whose purchase directly supports families in need of basic necessities and opportunities in developing countries.  Motherhood is the thread that binds us, no matter where on the planet we exist.