In addition to being a fun conversation starter, customized clothing encourages creativity and self expression. These lines allow for different levels of customer interaction, from cosmetic personalization to blank garments kids can design entirely on their own.
Pair your girl's initial in a favorite color with a fitting icon in the "Magical Monograms Tee," to read "L is for Lauren" (who may love cupcakes or guitar) or gear her up for the softball season with "P is for Panthers" and a heart-shaped baseball.
Urban kids will appreciate the uber-cool "Tiny Tunes DJ" shirt and "My First Tattoo" hoodie, and the "Nameasaurus Rex" tee is sure to become the favorite top for dinosaur lovers.
The personalization is top-quality. Fonts are thematic, and lettering is centered and well integrated with the design. Hoodies run small, so size up when ordering. Tees are true-to-size and pre-shrunk.
From classic low and high-top Chuck Taylors to variations like the Multi Tongue Youth Ox and the bold Glow colorway, design-happy kids will have fun sampling combinations and saving a full collection of looks.
Once your girl has decided what garment to focus on, she can move on to color and embellishments, from peace signs, flowers and words to seasonal icons. She can even design a custom tag to advertise her talents.
With hundreds of design options and several placement considerations, the design studio is captivating. Young designers can save virtual looks for free, or bring them to life with a purchase. In addition to clothing, she can pick up some tangible tools of the trade, like an instructional sketchbook and a cross body bag to tote it in so that she'll be ready when inspiration strikes.
If she can't get enough, she can further immerse herself in FP World, where she'll learn about trend forecasting, styling, buying and more.
5. Power Capes
With Power Capes, it's easy to customize color combinations, emblem shapes, and letters to make the perfect cape.