Over the years, the old ways of thinking have slowly crumbled to make way for a world that has become more progressive and accepting. People have learned to embrace individuality and celebrate themselves in any way they could. Millie Mckean is a mother who has followed the times, and she helps others celebrate their children’s individuality through her apparel company Ki’s Kloset.
Millie Mckean founded her company in California earlier in 2020. Ki’s Kloset results from a mother’s determination to conquer the fashion barriers for her son Ki, whom she named the company after. Like any mother, Mckean wanted only the best for her child. When she couldn’t find clothes that sat with her child’s interests, Mckean decided to do things herself.
Ki’s Kloset is a kids’ clothing brand that offers products with a unique and high-end feel for a great deal. However, the brand takes a unique approach by producing gender-neutral clothes. Founder Millie Mckean does not want to separate genders by categorizing their products to be made specifically as for-boys or for-girls. She knows that she isn’t the only mother to have such struggles looking for her children’s clothes and made Ki’s Kloset to help solve such a problem.
The company’s line has produced pieces that make a proud statement to the world and puts children’s comfort and interests first. They have designs that allow children to stand out with their unique, bold, edgy, and urban designs. Each piece is made with 100% recyclable, vegan/cruelty-free materials. Mckean and Ki’s Kloset are proud to be an eco-friendly brand.
Ki’s Kloset has an inventory that is playful, stylish, and comfortable. They have dinosaur sweaters that keep children warm through cold days and make them feel like the dinosaurs printed on their shirts. These sweaters have spikes made of cloth running from the shoulder to the arm. Ki’s Kloset also has fur coats designed to keep them cozy with “Dream the World” printed on the back, coming in a few different colors.
The brand brings an urban feel to their products with their jeans and coverall. The coverall uses a soft-denim material that makes infants look hip and cool while retaining their adorableness. For the older children, Ki’s Kloset has jeans with a patched and paint-splattered look, containing a built-in adjustable elastic belt that’s concealed.
Millie Mckean retains a direct and concrete relationship with its manufacturers and vendors to ensure quality control and accuracy. Her goal with Ki’s Kloset is to obtain customers. While orders are an essential aspect of a business, being a mother comes first, and she understands the struggles that other mothers endure. Because she prioritizes her customers, Mckean sells fashion solutions, not problems.
Ki’s Kloset is targeted at fashionable mothers who also want their children to look as stylish as them. Because big-name brands often slap a high price on their products, Millie Mckean believes that her brand caters to do more than raking in money. She hopes to make a statement with her brand that will one day reach greater heights and encourage mothers to embrace their children’s individuality.