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Being a mom is hard, being a mom to young developing girls is even harder!! When I was becoming a mom, I was consumed with feedings, diaper changes, and trying to get a few more minutes of sleep, just trying to manage the controlled chaos! Fast forward, now my daughters changing body needs bras, and grown-up things, but she isn’t a grown-up. I want her to be comfortable and feel comfortable in her own skin! I want to teach her modesty, keeping in mind that her body may start looking more mature, but that doesn’t mean her mind is, or should be. As we step into the lingerie department, I quickly realize, this isn’t appropriate, and frantically went searching for other options. I needed to find a Better Bra for Tweens & Teens!
Thankful I didn’t allow that to be our only option, I found Bleuet Girl! We love their beautiful age-appropriate, quality camisoles and bras for young girls. Everything in the store was either too thin or too sexy, but not this new line of soft, comfortable undergarments for girls ages 7 through 14 called Bleuet (pronounced Blue-ay). It is beautiful, colorful and eye catching for young girls, soft and comfortable, and makes this mama feel much better! My daughter loves it too, she said this is the type of bra she feels comfortable in!
Each shipment is beautifully packaged and includes a card and gift for her. They are responsibly made, Ultra-soft, seamless, tag-free. Returns & exchanges are always free. If that wasn’t enough reasons to love Bleuet, they also donate all your gently worn returns to girls in need.
Their mission is also something I can stand behind:
- We believe girls deserve better age-appropriate options when it comes to undergarments for their growing bodies. They don’t need lingerie, they need Bleuet.
- We invest in girls through our Bleuet Girl program, partnering with girl entrepreneurs and supporting causes that give girls more – more opportunities, more voice, more say, etc.
- 98% of the global apparel industry is women, and they do not earn enough to meet their basic needs. This is unacceptable, and we demand better wages and working conditions for them.
What color and style will you get your Bleuet Girl?