Blue Star Bazaar to open pop-up shop at mall

Blue Star Bazaar's storefront in Wilton.
Blue Star Bazaar's storefront in Wilton.

Blue Star Bazaar — a boutique for women, tweens, and children — will be opening a new location at the Westfield Trumbull Mall just in time for Mother’s Day. This second location will feature a selective mix of brands that cannot be found elsewhere in the mall. It will give shoppers a chance to find unique items for everyone in their family. Top categories for Blue Star Bazaar typically include women’s tops, dresses, and activewear; tween dresses and separates; clothing for kids; handmade jewelry; handbags; hand-poured candles; and crafty gifts for kids. Top women’s brands are Greylin, Dylan by True Grit, Mod-O-Doc and Terez leggings. Top brands for tweens and kids are Splendid, Ella Moss, Tea Collection, Pink Chicken, and Junk Food.

“I think the Trumbull Mall will be a great fit for Blue Star Bazaar. It’s a great location to expose our unique mix of products to a new set of shoppers. There’s nothing else quite like Blue Star Bazaar at the mall,” said owner Megan LaBant Abrahamsen.

The shop will officially open on Saturday, May 7 – just in time for Mother’s Day. During the grand opening weekend (May 7-8), customers can enjoy complimentary refreshments and receive 15% off all their purchases. Blue Star Bazaar will be located on the upper level of the mall near Victoria’s Secret and J. Jill.

Blue Star Bazaar is a Wilton-based boutique for women and children that offers a finely curated assortment of clothing, accessories and gifts. Blue Star Bazaar's selection includes many unique and handmade pieces such as clothing, handbags, jewelry, scarves, heirloom quality toys, picture books, and baby gifts. You won't find everything at Blue Star Bazaar, but you will find something for everyone - and likely - something you haven't seen anywhere else. Most women's items are under $150 and most children's items are under $60. Customers can also shop online at

If you would like more information about this topic, please contact Megan Abrahamsen at 203-762-6061 or email