Sponsored Post: Triple Flip Girls Clothes

Sponsored Post: Triple Flip Girls Clothes

My daughter Scarlett at a pretty young age started asserting her style. As a toddler, there was a long period of tutus and rain boots, then a no-pants, only skirts or dresses, pre-schooler stage and, if you ask me, a way too lengthy leggings only era in early second grade. Now, at 9, she still loves to establish her personality with her clothing and largely what she wants to communicate is comfort and style.Image It’s why we couldn’t turn down the chance to partner with the brand Triple Flip for girls. Not only do I like the fact brand is created to compliment all body types, Triple Flip has nailed versatility, comfort and, every mother’s favorite, age appropriateness. I also love that the brand’s DNA is aiming to #empower girls.

On a recent shopping excursion, Scarlett, who said she was unfamiliar with the brand, gravitated to the wide range of #active clothing that could help her easily slide into her after school sports activities after a long day in fourth grade. She excitedly entered the dressing room with a twirly dress, breezy tops and a hoodie in the brand’s signature Minky Bubble style. It was hard for her to narrow her choices down but she arrived at two great swing tanks that had matching loose pullovers, active shorts for her trampoline class as well as some great foundation pieces light ultra soft leggings, conversational t-shirts and some adorable summer essentials.

As we were heading out of the store, Scarlett, mid skip, thanked me for her purchases and then said, “You know mommy, I do know the brand. I recognize their logo. All the girls have stuff with it.” And in that instant, I could see the happiness spread across her face in a broad smile.

 

 

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