It’s hard enough to find the time to shop for everyone on your list during the holiday season. In frustration, I know sometimes I’ll settle for a gift that I know isn’t exactly right just to cross the name off. And that sucks. Oprah is right. Giving gifts is often better than receiving them. No one wants to give a gift that’s not going to be loved, played with or worn. It’s exciting when you see something that you know the recipient will go crazy for. Fortunately, we hear that a lot about our LikeWear line.
Most designer kid’s clothes are designed to appeal to parents (who do the buying) rather than kids (who do the wearing!). At LikeWear, we design for kids who we know LOVE the brands, concepts and quips that we feature in our line. I’ll never get tired of seeing the looks on the faces of kids who see our graphics and just have to have them. And, I won’t ever tire of hearing stories and reading emails from moms who say their kids’ LikeWear clothes are the first pulled out of the closet or have to be hidden for fear their kids’ teachers or friends will think it’s the only shirt they own because they want to wear it every day. Now that’s magic!
Yeah, okay, it’s not all about the kids. Moms love our quality, easy washability (no line drying!) and the fact that our images don’t peel, crack or fade – even after multiple washings. Can you say “hand-me-downs that are actually willingly worn by the second and sometimes 3rd kid”? And we’re always running a special promotion or sale, so check us out for yourself!
Until the end of the year, FOR EVERY THERMAL YOU BUY, YOU GET ONE FREE! And if your order is over $50, you get FREE SHIPPING! Check out our entire catalog of images by clicking on the images tab at www.likewear.com. Contact us to create custom combinations. Yeah, we do that too. It’s all about wearing what you like. And this time of year, that also means shopping for kids’ holiday gifts that they actually want. And we promise to never package our stuff with hundreds of twisty ties attached to cardboard hidden inside hard molded plastic that requires an engineering or surgical degree to crack open. How’s that for easy shopping for kids?