Kidorable Apparel and Accessories
Kidorable rain wear is absolutely adorable! My daughter received her first pair of Kidorable ladybug rain boots well over a year ago and while they were too big for her at the time (that did not stop her from wearing them) they are now on the too small side (still not stopping her from wearing them). This year we have a new pair that will be waiting for her under the Christmas tree come Christmas morning.
Wiggle Bean has loved ladybugs since she was one, her first birthday was ladybug themed and she has many ladybug toys.
To go along with her new shiny red kidorable ladybug boots, Kidorable generously provided me with an adorable ladybug rain coat and matching umbrella.
In 1997, Kidorable sprung from the minds, hearts and efficiency apartment of Liping and Jonathan Domsky. They proclaimed, "The world needs someone to create children's apparel and accessories that are both functional and fun. We can do that."
In its first three years, Kidorable grew from a hopeful startup to a thriving business with $2 million in sales. Ever since, Kidorable has continued to blossom, evolving into a flourishing global enterprise, contributing to the success of dozens of sales professionals and thousands of retailers, with sales projected to exceed $15 million by 2015.
Throughout its first decade, the key to Kidorable's success has been growth. But not growth simply in the financial sense. For the ultimate Kidorable customers - kids - it's all about growing imaginations. For Kidorable's employees, it's all about nurturing personal and professional growth. And for everyone touched by Kidorable, it's about growing smiles. For Kidorable, growing larger is a natural and happy consequence of growing better, individual by individual.
Today Kidorable is a striking presence, not just in stores, but across the vast landscape of the children's apparel and accessories industry. By encouraging personal and professional growth in the service of imagination and smiles, Kidorable's own growth projections continue to soar.