This August pediped™ will usher in 27 new styles with the debut of its Fall/Winter 09 collection. Included with among these new styles will be the introduction of the first ever Originals “The Couture Collection” and a partnership with No Slippy Hair Clippy™ that led to the creation of coordinated hair clips for signature pediped™ style shoes.
With the trade show season starting, The Giggle Guide™ will be busy publishing many Trade Show Reports. Co-founder/Editor Leesa Valentino and/or I will be attending the following shows: ENK Children’s in August and October, Bubble NY, KidShow Las Vegas, MAGICKids, ABC Kids Expo, Kids on 6 LA Market Week, Dallas Market, and Vegas Kids at World Market Center in Las Vegas.
Overall sentiment country-wide is that trade shows from Atlanta to Chicago to Dallas are trending down in both foot traffic and written sales. But can’t we all use some good news? Here it is: Buyers, reps and manufacturers are still attending trade shows, planning for the future and working together to make it through a tough retail environment.
Bebe Bella designs honestly claims all of the companies merchandise is made in the U.S.A…to get even more specific they are based right here, out of our very own Minnesota! Being a Woman owned and run Minnesotan based company is a statement not many businesses can make. It is also something our founder and entrepreneur Melissa Sachse prides her business as being.
Here’s Part 2 of The Giggle Guide’s™ search of the AmericasMart showrooms. We’ve found some great stuff! These showrooms offer a sampling of the many unique gifts and accessories on display at the Atlanta showplace:Lace and Denim, Les Tout Petitis,225 Unlimited, Southeast Marketing, and Moonpies and Dragonflies.
Spit-up on a clean crisp white blouse? You are dropping your child off at daycare while hurrying to get to a meeting at work and now your outfit went from polished and put together to dirty and sloppy. What’s a parent to do in a situation like this?
In a recent post on July 1, 2009, Bebe Bella Designs has been privileged to be featured in a blog on the CuteKid’s website. Throughout this article, they have included a variety of the outfits and accessories that have been very popular with the public. Our clothes are made with simple elegance in mind and are always very fashion forward. We are excited to see that others have been enjoying the products as much as we have and are looking forward to making more comfortable clothes for babies and parents alike.
Keeping your head, hands, feet and neck warm during the cold winter, especially here in Minnesota, is something we all know is imperative to enjoying the long winter months. Trying to take an infant or toddler out in the middle of winter can be a challenge, but if you have the right gear and comfortable accessories, it can be a great time. With Bebe Bella’s soft and warm hats, mittens, scarves and booties, we can make those winter months bearable.
Melissa Sachse, founder, entrepreneur, and mother, understands how important it is to surround your child with the most comfortable and affordable clothing possible. As we all know, putting a child in uncomfortable, scratchy outfit can lead to a miserable day for child and parent. Melissa has created a line of clothing and accessories that will please the child’s senses and still give the parent’s stylish clothing for the families on the go.
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Bebe Bella Designs is committed to high fashion, luxurious items for the little ones and mothers alike. Children explore their world through their senses and find our luxuriously soft items very satisfying to the touch, as do most adults.
Bebe Bella Designs prides itself our being a women owned company that provides opportunities and flexibility to other women. Our goal is to provide quality products, quality service at reasonable prices! All of our products are made in Minnesota.
I often receive phone calls from people in the kid’s industry. Usually from recruiters, sales managers, entrepreneurs or moms soliciting advice and ostensibly, building their network. These callers speed through the “niceties” portion of the call and, after their lightning-fast self-introduction, I often don’t know the name of who’s calling me, or why they’re calling.