If you have a pre-teen daughter chances are you’ve heard her talk about Ivivva, the girls’ line from trusted activewear company, Lululemon. Well, I am thrilled to be co-hosting a mother-daughter event with Ivivva to celebrate their Northpark Center opening. And even more thrilled that I get to invite some DoSayGive readers to attend.
A few years ago my friends with older girls started talking about how the only thing their daughters wanted to wear was Ivivva. I had never heard of the line but soon learned it was made by Lululemon, was mom-approved because the line is so durable (and can be passed down to sisters and cousins!), and is designed with active girls in mind. Fast forward several years it’s what my daughter and her friends’ want to wear and put on their birthday wishlists!
The line appeals to girls in the 6 -14 ages range not just because of their cute (and appropriate!) styles and comfortable fit, but because they encourage and celebrate young girls to dream big in their activities whether its sports, ballet, cheerleading, or something else they love. The Ivivva brand has created a loyal following among their young customers and celebrates their goals and achievements big and small (look at their cute Instagram page to see what I mean!).
Ivivva often hosts complimentary community events to foster connections among girls and let them try out new activities. So when Ivivva reached out to see if my oldest daughter and I would be interested in hosting an event to celebrate their store opening at Northpark Center with fellow blogger Loubies and Lulu, of course, I said yes. For one, it puts me well on the path to being mom of the year;). And, two, it will be a fun way to meet some of my DFW mom readers! Space is limited so RSVP here today if you can come!
Mother/Daughter Dance Class
Saturday, August 13th
8:30 -9:30 am
North Court (by Microsoft Store)
The Gem Juice Bar will be serving juices!
Complimentary fruit bar following the class at the new Ivivva store!
Note: I have seen the dance the girls are learning and it is age-appropriate. Moms can learn the dance, too, or just visit and cheer them on! Ages 6-14 welcome but I would say it suits ages 8-11 the best!
Have a wonderful weekend!
Shop the Post:
Girls’ Pink Tank (several colors) // Girls’ Black Leggings
All clothes c/o Ivivva and Lululemon