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Affordable Family Fashion for Style and Safety
"Cuteness and Quality at Great Prices that Make You Smile."
With social media sharing so much more of our lives with the world, I've see increasing more ways that wearing affordable, family fashion can be fun, enjoyable experiences that bring families closer together while creating lasting memories. PatPat is one of my favorite choices for affordable clothing with a variety of selections for practically everyone to wear. Founded in 2014 by close friends Albert and Ken, together they created a shopping platform for families to shop for great deals on quality merchandise, while saving a lot of time and money. Whether shopping for school, parties, holidays, or just spending the day at home, PatPat features family-friendly clothes at budget-friendly prices. Our family is always able to find our favorite colors, seasonal prints, and even licensed characters including L.O.L. SURPRISE!, Paw Patrol, Hot Wheels, and Barbie.
Creating a Sense of Belonging
Dressing up to wear coordinated outfits can help to create a sense of belonging and togetherness within the family. Whether it's for a day at the park or travelling abroad, simply wearing the same tee shirt can make members feel more connected to one another.
Coordinating outfits with family and friends for special occasions such as memorable photos, holiday gatherings or group travel can become memorable moments for all to enjoy. With a little creativity, this can be an opportunity to be fashionable and fun with trendy fashion styles.
Wearing the same clothing, color scheme, or character theme reflecting a common style also makes it easier to quickly be able to identify each other, especially when out in crowded or busy areas. Helping to reduce the chances of becoming lost or separated from the group, matching outfits increase visibility. By wearing the same clothes, your group will be more noticeable, which is especially important in emergency situations.
1. Remind children that before making or agreeing to plans to go anywhere, always check with parents or adult in charge first. Share all details about where they will be going, how they will get there, who else will be there, and when they will
2. It's important to have a conversation asking for permission from a responsible adult before getting into a vehicle or leaving with anyone. Children should never before change plans, accept money, gifts or other items without your parent's knowledge.
3. Review safety precautions prior to visiting places with many other people or playing with friends. Practice knowing an adult's name and phone number, emergency phone number, and home address in case of an emergency.
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