Get Creative with Little MissMatched!

One of my favorite companies to work with Little MissMatched!  From adorable products to excellent customer service, I am always happy to learn of the new things this company has up its sleeves. I am excited to tell you all that Little MissMatched will be celebrating the opening of its flagship store!  In true MissMatched fashion, they will be hosting a friendly “Creativity March” down Fifth Avenue in New York City.
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From the press release:

“The march is intended to generate exposure on the extraordinary amount of both children and adults who believe in the importance of expressing yourself each and every day of the year.  Adults and children of all ages are invited to join the movement and show their support of self expression through art, writing, theatre, music, etc.

The participants will gather at the legendary FAO Schwarz toy store where everyone will receive a free pack of LittleMissMatched socks to sport during the day.  Once the entire group arrives, the march will proceed down Fifth Avenue alongside NYPD escorts to ensure safety.   Attendees are encouraged to chant inspiring slogans such as “Be Bold, Be You” and display creative materials of their own during the procession. LittleMissMatched will also supply signage and props.

The ‘”LittleMissMatched Creativity March” will culminate at the brand’s new flagship store, where a ribbon cutting ceremony will take place to signify the grand opening and the celebration of creativity across the globe.

Immediately following the parade, LittleMissMatched will host an in-store event for the media, customers and fans alike where playful bites and “mocktails” will be served along with an array of interactive activities based on expressing one’s creative self.

For this special event LittleMissMatched will be partnering with Free Arts, a nonprofit organization that provides under-served children and families with a unique combination of educational arts and mentoring programs that help them to foster self-confidence to realize their fullest potential. From September 26th to October 2nd 10% of sales at our 5th Avenue store will go to the Free Arts organization.”

Congrats to Little MissMatched!  If you happen to live in the NYC area, stop by the new store and help Free Arts!


  1. I agree with you that Little Miss Matched has cute socks, but buyer beware they do not offer good customer service and seem not to stand behind their products. I purchased a pair of gloves that unraveled the first time I wore them. I have tried time and time again to talk with someone within their company– they are not responsive.

    I did speak with a woman named Kenya in their customer service department, and followed her instructions of emailing a copy of receipt, photo of defective glove. However, she hasn’t gotten back to me after I have emailed her for a status update after two weeks went by. I have also left her a phone message.

    It is too bad that Little Miss Matched doesn’t stand by its products.

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