Back to School with Beeposh!

September 1, 2012 at 6:00 am Leave a comment

What to wear…what to wear? We know how important back to school fashion is, so wanted to share a little information from Melissa about our Beeposh line. Here’s what she shared:

“At the heart of Beeposh are bright, colorful patterns that are fresh and hip without being trendy.  Each style is named for an adorable Beeposh stuffed animal, covered in “butter-soft” fleece and whimsical touches. (I love Elvis Lion’s fringed mane and Ozzy Alien’s wiggly, mismatched legs.) They’ve really found a place in
our hearts! The fabrics are top quality and so is the extra-soft fill, which makes these cuddly friends extra huggable and the perfect pillow for impromptu naps. We hope kids will have fun exploring this lovable gang in search of their new best friend.

What makes Beeposh truly unique is its collections: Many of the stuffed animals have a complete line of coordinating Beeposh “style essentials” in the same colorful patterns. So kids who love cuddly Hope Bear or purple-patterned Ricky Monkey can get the matching backpack and lunchbag to carry their style into the school day . . . plus lounge pants, boot slippers, tote bag, blanket and pillow for kicking back at home; fans of Ricky Monkey’s purple pattern can work it into their sleepover supplies and school bags.

Everything in our Beeposh line is durable and washable, so the garments and gear are a practical choice for families. They’ll be outgrown long before they wear out! And kids of all ages—from preschoolers to teens—are crazy for the vibrant Beeposh designs, which are popping up in school hallways everywhere. We’re crazy about them too (we’re even cooking up some new ones!), and we look forward to sharing them with families as they explore Beeposh style for many years to come.”

What is your child’s “must have” fashion staple for back to school?

 

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