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Kids Closet offers the best in designer kids clothing
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Dec '12
Originally, it was a small store, which was essentially focused on making designer baby wear for kids in the family. In due course, the owner Caroline Mckain decided to progress further with a new line of business.

The business actually gained momentum right from 2001, when a lot of local customers started acquiring children’s designer clothes from the store. It’s from that time, Kidscloset store started as a full-fledged business aiming for commercial success.

At present, store is exporting comprehensive range of kid’s designer wear worldwide and especially in the United Kingdom, Japan, Europe, Australia, Scandinavia, New Zealand, North America, Eastern Europe, Canada, South Africa and an extended region of Asia.

Presently, they are not in partnership with any famous retailer, but essentially focused on selling designer products to the small and self employed entrepreneurs. These small entrepreneurs can sell children’s designer clothes on eBay and other online sites. Thus, the products have a thriving online market in recent years.

What’s more! Store has released their new range of collection in Shoes and Accessories for kids in 2002, which was certainly a new feather on their crown. Since inception, the Shoes and Accessories of Kids Closet have earned immense popularity in the local as well as in the world market.

What is Exclusive in Children’s Designer Clothes of Kids Closet

At present, store stocks a huge selection of discounted designer baby’s wear which are “gently worn”. Most of them are hand woven and are of superior quality. The designers at the stores take special care in making clothes with are free from any flaws, stains, rips, so that they do not cause any rash or damages to the soft skin of the kids. Kids Closet is known for exclusive and high quality of customer services. With it, they not only earn good yearly turnover, but also win over the trust of the customer

-A wide range of designer baby wear is available here. They always focus on incorporating new styles in their products.

-Kids Closet is operating as an independent online retailer and stocks a comprehensive range of designer brands, such as Catamini, Oililly, Kenzo, Babyface BFC, Barbara Farber, Mayoral, Kenzo Jungle, Pampolina, Joules, Emile & Rose.

For Christmas, Kids Closet has brought a new range of discounted designer clothing line for kids. They have received a bulk order recently and a significant amount of them has been already dispatched. At Kids Closet, one can find a wide range of children’s designer clothes for summer and winter, clothes for special occasions like birthday and christening. Apart from these, a wide range of swimwear and tights for both girls and boys are available here.

Caroline Mckain is the leading person behind Kids Closet. She started this organization as a family runs business initially before it becomes a full-fledged commercial success. The website was launched in 2001, from when the Kids Closet started its online business and started exporting to the foreign countries. Presently, they have a worldwide customer base, which is increasing on a rapid scale.

In 2008 the Swimwear and christening wear were added to their stock, which earned instant popularity worldwide. Kids Closet now has earned an enviable reputation and the popularity of their designer baby wear is increasing since its inception. As said by, Caroline Mckain, “The Kids Closet policy is simple. We treat customers exactly how you would wish to be treated, fairly and squarely.”

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