What’s cute about babies is that you can dress them up and they can’t complain about how they look. It’s even cuter if you can find stylish baby clothes to make your baby look fashionable.
In fact, every mother has this in common: The need to buy baby clothes. Some even stroll baby boutiques in the first month of pregnancy. No worries now, you can have a cute looking baby without going too far. In fact, you can do your shopping right from home! Just visit Bowtique and you’ll definitely find what you’re looking for.
Bowtique is a Jeddah-based fashion baby shop owned by cousins, Nada Nabeel Al-Gain and Aljazi Essam Al-Gain. Their love for fashion made them strive to make their babies look stylish and trendy. This drove them to open up a shop to make it easier for mothers to find the perfect outfit.
Arab News met with the owners at the Jeddah Young Business Expo at the Jeddah International Exhibition Center where they displayed their products for audiences to see.
“Having a home-based business exposed us to a limited number of people from friends and family. With the expo, we decided to show more people our products and expand our contact list by displaying our items,” said Nada.
Bowtique offers mothers ready-to-wear and handmade clothes from the US and Europe. “At the beginning, we acquired all sorts of clothing with different colors and fabrics for both boys and girls just to test the market and see what mothers prefer to buy for their babies,” she explained. “We later started to focus on what mothers liked the most.”
The fashion shop started when Aljazi traveled abroad and discovered a baby boutique that sells handmade clothing for babies. She bought some clothes and decided to start a business selling them.
“As a mother, I struggled with finding chic and modish clothes for my child. I used to buy him brand clothing just to make my baby look presentable,” she said. “After visiting that shop, I was captivated with the soft fabrics and colors that they offered. The fact that they are also handmade makes it easier for me to wash.”
Both Aljazi and Nada wish to expand both inside and outside the Kingdom. “We wish to sell everything related to babies from clothing to other items like strollers, bedding, etc,” said Nada.
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