We love speaking to the press to about challenging gender clichés in children’s clothing. If you’re a journalist interested in interviewing any of our members, you can find brief company bios for each of them on our Participating Companies page, and contact information for each of them on our Contact Us page. You may also be interested in our press release about Futures Without Limits. For general inquiries please email clotheswithoutlimits@gmail.com.

Women You Should Know

Women You Should Know

Clothes Without Limits Is Redefining What It Means To Dress “Like A Girl”

Working Mother

Working Mother

13 Kid Clothing Lines That Bust Gender Stereotypes

Women In The World

Women In The World

#ClothesWithoutLimits promotes gender-defying clothing options for girls

Upworthy

Upworthy

You know how girls’ clothing is often stereotyped? Well, so is boys’. These moms were tired of it

Upworthy

Upworthy

Tired of stereotypical girls’ clothes, these women did something about it — then banded together.

The Atlantic

The Atlantic

A new generation of parents is shopping with the idea that pink and blue—along with robots, bunnies, dinosaurs, and unicorns—are for every child.

St. Louis Dispatch

St. Louis Dispatch

Can fashion teach girls it’s OK to like math?

Bridgette Raes, Style Expert

Bridgette Raes, Style Expert

Friday’s Fab Find: Clothes Without Limits

Mic.com

Mic.com

Opening clothing up to that fluid, liberated point of view is especially important for kids, whose apparel is often constructed around rigid categories for “girls” and “boys.”

Made for Mums

Made for Mums

Which one of these T-shirts would you want your daughter to wear?

Made By Meggs

Made By Meggs

Jill & Jack Kids – Breaking gender stereotypes one dino tee at a time

Home and Family on The Hallmark Channel

Home and Family on The Hallmark Channel

Rebecca explains that positive messaging on clothing is important for boys and girls, with a fashion show.

Global Canada News

Global Canada News

What do you do when you’re shopping for your daughters and everything on the rack is pink and glittery? Or you’re shopping for your son and everything pushes them towards being a “real and masculine” boy?

CNN.com

CNN.com

#ClothesWitthoutLimits: Fed up moms create their own clothing for girls

A Plus

A Plus

Girly clothing isn’t just pink frilly things.