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Spring/Summer 2018 + Future of Our Kids Wear Brand

Spring/Summer 2018 + Future of Our Kids Wear Brand

This post is juicy. I mean, if your phone is low on battery, we'd be able to juice it up right about now...

Dropping our Spring + Summer 2018, as well as the real reason why we are closing our Westfield Century City shop down.

What the hell have we been up to? Running around like chickens trying to get spring, fall and winter ready for 2018. I'm sure our toddlers and pup think we need to chill. 

This is it. Photos from our latest shoot with our spring and summer items. As products release, we will highlight it on our Insta stories and posts. (@wee_monster)

As always, thank you so much to Shastin for your amazing photos.

So why are we not resigning Westfield Century City? We've been asked this question a bunch in person and on social media. There isn't a straight answer, but we'll try our best to explain. Jakki and I have thought about it up, down and side-to-side. Really guys, it wasn't an overnight decision, and when it comes down to it, I think we can still swing either way.

When we first decided to sign for Century City, we always said it's temporary. We were approached to sign for a year, but we really didn't know how it would go, so we signed for four months. We always said we'd revisit the subject in early January before making any decisions to resign or not.

Through this experience, I'd say we were successful. We did well. Definitely above our expectations. So why aren't we continuing? One of the biggest reasons can be explained through this conversation with Isabella Grace, my niece and Jakki's daughter.

Connie: We are closing up the Wee Monster shop, Belle.

Belle: What? Who's going to sale your Wee Monster clothes now?!

C: I mean, we are going back to how things used to be. Your mama will be home more though...

B: Yay! She hasn't put us to bed in a long time. It's always daddy now.

C: Yeah, I mean, we both quit our jobs to have more time, do what we want, when we want. If you can't do what you love, then what's the point?

B: That makes sense.

Seriously, she's only six years old. I guess, when it comes down to it, it's about the quality of our lives. There's a time to hustle, but also a time to live and love life. We're just trying to find that balance.

All in all, thank you for being such big supporters of Wee Monster. If it weren't for you, we wouldn't be as happy as we are with our first kiosk experience. Everyone's always been so gracious and kind about our products. So yes, we're taking a step in a different direction, but it's always going to be the same kids wear brand with the same core values.

  • Connie + Jakki

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