Posts tagged with: children’s clothes

I've always dreamt of having a personal shopper. Well, I have some great news...  Meet KidBox, the personal shopper I've always dreamed of! ...
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Whenever I try to plan something, obstacles happen… lots of them. It never fails.  I was so excited when we started planning a little brand rep meet up with one of our local besties in May.  We planned SO far ahead...
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Today the girls get mail from Leluna Star, Curly Q’s Counter, Paisley Bloom, Vntg Clothing and Reign. This may be the best mail day ever! They received their finger puppets from Trolls, Harry Potter and My Little Pony and their...
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We’ve been repping for almost two years, so we’ve had our fair share of experience when it comes to working with small shops, as an ambassador, a rep, an enthusiast and even a fan.  Some experiences have been nothing short of...
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This week we had SO many great outfits that it was hard to choose our favorite.  I had such a hard time deciding that I did what any other person with a dilemma would do… I asked my 11 year old....
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A subject that comes up WAY too often in our brand rep groups… Professional photographers comparing their work to brand rep Mamas or “Momtographers”.  It infuriates me, but not for the reason you may think. First and foremost, STOP THINKING...
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Since we’ve been repping small shops, I’ve found that sometimes, individual items show up at my doorstep that are destined to be worn together.  Sometimes these items are planned, but usually it’s just fate.   This week, I want to introduce...
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When people find out that I own 2 small shops, they are usually shocked.  What they don’t know is that I don’t JUST own 2 small shops.  I run a Graphic Design business, Stylin Kids Official (yep, that’s me too) and I’m raising 3 kids… oh and...
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We typically photograph 7-10 outfits each week, depending on the needs of the shops we work with.  As much as I would love to blog about each of them and each of the incredible shops we encounter, I just don’t...
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If you’re reading this then you probably don’t have a money tree growing in the backyard.  When we were searching for a new home, that was the top priority on my list but sadly, the realtor informed me that all...
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