This idea came to the mind of a professional designer, mother of two daughters.
A new online service gives kids the chance to design their own clothes and turn their drawings into real dresses.
This idea came to Jamie Newberry, a professional designer, entrepreneur and mother of two daughters.
Jamie described the origins of Picture This Clothing in the post: “Once during the winter break, I made a dress for my daughter Zia of her own design. Zia fell in love with her and began to tell everyone that she “carries her imagination!” The dress was a real hit with Zia’s friends and classmates, as well as their parents, who also wanted to “put on their imagination”.
As a result, Jamie decided to turn her idea into a business.
It works like this: parents choose the size of the dress on the site and print out the samples presented there.
The children then color and decorate the patterns to their liking. And adults post photos of the resulting dresses on the site and leave a request.
Within a few weeks, the finished dress is delivered to the customer.
The service is currently in the testing phase. Orders are only accepted for dresses. But Jamie and her business colleagues are planning other clothes – t-shirts, skirts, trousers, etc.