HOLIDAY GIFT GUIDE – Pigtail Pals Tees For Girls

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Too bad that many still think this is a man’s world. I’m one of the those who think differently, and yes, I am a woman. Every human being has potential which should be nurtured from birth on. I want every one to be bold, intelligent, respected. Don’t you?

Pigtail Pals sent me one of its ten premium pre-shrunk 100% cotton ringspun tees designs. It was definitely a girly tee designed for the female figure. Positive thinking helps people to solve problems; it also is a strong message against self-limitation. I like message on my sample: I’m cooking something great…Find the cure 2009.

Pigtail Pals supports charity and gives a portion of its sales each month to a different charity. Recently it promoted the fight against breast cancer with Susan G. Kommen for the Cure.

About Pigtail Pals

Mom-made Pigtail Pals tees for girls are a great product that families are falling in love with. Our tshirts encourage girls to dream to be smart, daring and adventurous. The message behind the tees is “Redefine Girly” , so our designs show girls doing the things usually reserved for boys — a Pigtail Pal is an astronaut, fire fighter, pilot, race car driver…we have 10 designs in all, screenprinted on sweatshop free tees. Available 6M to Girl XL (four designs carried in Ladies sizes).

In just six months since our launch, we have gathered an enormous circle of support and customers. Parents seem hungry for a product that gets away from the “so-sexy-so-soon” and gender-stereotypes so prevalent in the childrens market today.

Be an advocate for girls and show it proudly. Tops are sized for infants, toddlers, girls, and women. Prices range from $18 for a onesie to $28 for a tee. For more information or to order, go to www.pigtailpals.com.

The product(s) featured in this review was provided free of cost to me for the sole purpose of product testing and review. This review has not been monetarily compensated and is based on the views and opinions of my family and/or self. Please note that the opinions reflected in this post have not been influenced by the sponsor in any way.

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  1. Little girls need to be little girls until they are “big girls”. I am glad to see companies that let little girls enjoy their childhood and not encourage them to grow up too fast!

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