“While we continue to provide our customers with all these garments at affordable prices, we are excited to add in a few alternative pieces for children and their parents to select from,” says Mrs Rae.
“We know personality plays a big part in making those choices.”
“My eldest daughter is a real girly-girl. She has Disney princesses on her wall, wears pretty accessories, nail polish, and loves to draw flowers and hearts. But she’s also the first to want to get her hands dirty learning how to fix the chain on her bike, play the drums, and splash in the biggest, muddiest puddle.”
“She can do that in a princess dress. Or she can do it in some classy new overalls. Actually, she’ll probably do both,” Mrs Rae laughs.
“To me, its not just about a good looking item of clothing. In this case we’re sending a message that girls are not simply defined by pink tutus. They have choices.”
“Girls and boys can do and wear anything, And that’s important to encourage when raising young children, I believe.”