August 08, 2017
Every week, customers write in asking if we can make other things - backpacks, shoes, comforters - using our designs. While we're not quite ready to go into the backpack business, we did take some time to look for awesome stuff that pairs beautifully with our dresses. Here's a round-up of some really terrific things for your awesome girl as she goes back to school!
Bugs Girl can wear her Bugs Dress with this sturdy Fireflies backpack from L.L. Bean that actually glows in the dark with LED lights! Testimony: My parents gave me an L.L. Bean backpack in 8th grade. I took it to college and it still goes camping with us today, 22 years later. When they say lifetime guarantee, they really mean it!
Can't you just see this shark-loving girl in her skater-style Sharks Dress, shredding through the streets with this super awesome shark backpack? We totally love this design with its flappy fins and big roomy center compartment.
You can never have too many Dinosaur Dresses. You also can't be a self-respecting dinosaur-lover without knowing the names of your favorite dinosaurs. Your awesome girl can learn them all with this classic Smithsonian dinosaur lunchbox. And for the posh paleontologist, nothing says "awesome" quite like a "Clever Girl" Velociraptor pencil case.
It's the beauty of the stars that sparks the passion to study them. In her rockets dress, she can show her love of both art and science with this lovely Starry Night" backpack. And her pencils will always be rocket-science ready with a Space Shuttle pencil sharpener.
The girl who loves to rush to the rescue in her Fire Engines dress will always be prepared with a matching Fire Engine lunch bag. Testimony: One of the kids in my son's preschool class has this bag and it is the envy of the Junior Kindergarten. The little flaps lift up to reveal tools such as axes and hoses. It is just SO COOL, and it's made by Thermos so it holds up well under little-kid handling.
Science Girl is all set for back-to-school in her "Atomic Flurry" dress, and now she can show her true colors with a set of chemistry crayons! Note: crayons not included - you just get the wrappers. But I do know of a few chemistry-obsessed kids out there who would be totally willing to spend an hour gluing new wrappers on!