Style is in session with Jeulli, the kids' apparel retailer that is making waves in children's fashion. The company is now offering a selection of merchandise from haute couture names including Karl Lagerfeld, Kenzo, Little Marc Jacobs, Mini Rodini, Paul Smith Junior and Yves Salomon. These new offerings are all part of their respective designers' Autumn/Winter 2017 collections.
"At Jeulli, we're helping kids look their best, whether they're at school or simply out with their families," says the online retailer's general manager. "We've done the research, and we know our customers — they're young, fashion-conscious and stylish parents. When they look for children's clothing, they have an eye for not only style, but also the quality of materials. They want the very best for their children, and we're proud to meet (and hopefully exceed) those expectations. For babies especially, it's important that fabric is gentle and comfortable. Therefore, a great deal of attention has gone into selecting all of our labels and merchandise. We put ourselves in the shoes of conscientious parents every time we make a purchase decision."
Founded in September 2016, Jeulli officially opened for business this past spring. Since then, the company has put the kids' clothing market on notice by assembling an exclusive collection of well-made, great-looking apparel from a wide range of European designers. Style-conscious parents have already discovered that many of the niche brands and up-and-coming designers on the Jeulli.com storefront are difficult to find anywhere else. The company has also made great customer service a core value, so parents will be happy to come back season after season.
As a global shop representing brands from many nations, Jeulli ships to customers anywhere in the world; currently there is a promotion that offers free shipping to Canada and the United States. Finally, all orders are packed neatly and beautifully to ensure they arrive in perfect condition.
The long-term vision of the team at Jeulli is to continue adding more labels to the catalog, giving parents the ultimate in choice when shopping for children's clothing.