Polkadot What leggings are proudly made in the USA. The goal of the brand is to build creativity, confidence and self-esteem by empowering young girls to create what they want and express their individual personality through interactive design. They have taken a popular, versatile and comfortable clothing item – leggings – and turned it into a fun and interactive design piece with positive messages, by doing this the Polkadot What crew have made clothing that is fun, stylish, comfortable, bold, inspiring and empowering.
Zani Suttle, CEO of Polkadot What, explains the brand’s core beliefs:
“Fashion is an outer form of expression of oneself and kids should be allowed to wear whatever they want as it is an
important part of who they are, their growth and confidence.” She continues, “My goal is to make clothing for kids that is not only fun, stylish, comfortable and bold, but also meaningful, inspiring and positive to make an impact on their self-esteem at an early age.”
The collection is inspired by basic iconic shapes known and relatable to kids. Each print shape is given a positive matching personality that kids can select based on what they believe best fits them. For example, girls can mix the triangle and hollow circle shapes to create, “The Confident
and Creative You” leggings. Or, they can mix the star and filled circle shapes to create “The Superstar and Happy You” leggings. By choosing the prints they want, it empowers them to create, discover whom they are and proudly represent their leggings.
Polkadot What spreads its positive mission internationally teaming up with The Lunchbox Fund – a non-profit organization that provides daily meals to impoverished school children in South Africa. For every one creation and purchase of a legging, $1 will be donated to the Lunchbox
Fund to provide two school lunches to two children in South Africa, giving them the energy to create, be confident and happy too.