I can't believe how quickly the time goes by when it comes to raising children. One day they're babies and rely on you for everything, and in the blink of an eye, they've grown up and turned into a smart and sassy little 7-year-old with their own sense of style and fashion. Gone are the days when I could just find something "cute" (she hates that word right now) for my daughter Lily to wear- apparently I don't know what's cool for girls her age. Even if I did, I doubt she'd admit it! She knows what she likes and she wants to be the one making the choices, which is why she was so excited when I told her she was going on a little pre-Christmas shopping spree at Justice.
First off, I had no idea Justice had clothes for girls as young as my Lily. I thought we were still years away from shopping at the "big girl" stores, but it turns out I was wrong- Justice starts at a size 5 and goes up to a 20XL, which means my "little" girl is big enough to shop there. This is actually great news because it's the go-to destination for stylish tween girls this holiday season. Whether shopping in-store or online, Justice makes it easy and hassle-free for anyone with a tween girl in their life to find great holiday gifts!
Walking into Justice for the first time was like Lily's ultimate fantasy. She's such a fashionista these days and was totally overwhelmed by the amount of glitz and glam in the store. Sparkles! Sequins! Graphic shirts, jeans, sweaters, shoes, accessories, oh my! They have anything and everything a stylish little girl could ask for, with everyday low price fashions your tween will love this holiday season. Heck, I even saw some stuff I wanted!
After steering Lily away from the giant Beanie Boo stuffed animals (she's got a little collection going), we headed straight over to the holiday styles and started looking for a new Christmas dress. She wanted something red, sparkly, and super pretty, and she immediately found what she was looking for with this gorgeous red sequin dress. We even found a lovely black cropped sweater to go over it and to make it appropriate for all occasions.
Lily loved the dressing room and shopping experience at Justice. Once we told the sales gal that we would be trying on a lot of outfits, she told us she'd get Lily her own personal dressing room to use. She got such a kick out of the girl writing her name on the board outside of her dressing room- it was just for her! All of the Justice employees were so helpful with helping me find the right size for her and helping us accessorize her new outfits. It was almost like Lily had her own personal shopper and I got to sit back with my iced coffee and watch her model everything she tried on- that is so not how shopping usually is for me! Mom win.
Once we got home we just had to lay out all of her loot and see what she got. I've got quite the savvy little shopper! I taught her how to mix and match some basic layering tees and tanks with classics that can go with everything, and of course, she had to throw in a couple of stuffed animals. I'm so glad she stuck with the sparkly dress and I love the hat she picked out too- with a rhinestone "L" on it, of course.
Do you have a tween you'll be shopping for this holiday season? ShopJustice.com has you covered with the Justice Holiday Gift Guide to help you find the perfect gift for the little fashionista in your life. Plus, starting on 11/26 every Justice shopper will get a Style Perk with every purchase, which means you'll get $15 off your next purchase of $40 or more.
Want a chance to win amazing Justice prizes for your tween? Enter the Justice Wishes Sweepstakes for a chance to win the Ultimate Justice VIP Experience with an iPad and shopping spree. Between 12/1 and 12/24, snap a photo of your tween's holiday wish into the Justice Wishes Sweepstakes to win weekly prizes like $250 Justice gift cards or a shopping spree! I know my tween would absolutely freak she won. She's already asking when we can go shopping again.
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