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Quidsi launches online store for children's apparel
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Apr '13
Quidsi, Inc. announced the launch of Look.com, an online shopping destination for children's apparel and footwear. The new site offers parents an extensive, easy-to-shop online store with everything from must-have basics and classic styles to the trendiest colors and designs for babies, tweens and everyone in between.

With more than 40,000 apparel and footwear items, and 150+ brands for children sizes ranging from zero to 14, the site makes it easy for parents to find everything they need to keep up with their children's changing tastes and seemingly overnight growth.

"We know shopping for, or with, your child can be a stressful experience – from searching and finding styles and sizes that you both like, to dealing with dressing room meltdowns and unexpected returns," said Ganesh Rao, Site Leader of Look.com.

"With the wide variety of clothing available in our browsable closet, combined with quick delivery and free 365-day returns, parents can help their kids feel ready to take on the world one thread at a time."

Visitors to Look.com will find a wide variety of styles and brands for every age and phase including Carter's, Keds, Joe's Jeans, Columbia Sportswear, Splendid, and Pink Chicken – all at reasonable prices.

Shoppers can also look forward to a fast, simple and seamless shopping experience on Look.com with a shared shopping cart across all ten sites in the Familyhood, including Diapers.com, Soap.com, Wag.com, BeautyBar.com, YoYo.com, Casa.com, Vine.com, AfterSchool.com and Bookworm.com.

Notably, all of the sites offer Quidsi's legendary fast and free shipping with $35 minimum purchase, massive selection for every shopping need and award-winning customer care for busy people everywhere.

About Look.com

Look.com will help you outfit your kids in the clothes both you and they love. From baby basics and cool kids' classics to must-wear sneakers and trendy new favorites, you'll find it all for infants to tweens in our big browsable closet – without the dressing room drama.

Quidsi


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