Girls Limeapple Active Wear Set Giveaway – 10 Winners!
Girls’ clothing just gets better and better!
It’s amazing as to how clothing evolves; especially children’s clothing. One of the neatest things manufacturers did when my daughter was small was to make it so that one can adjust the waistband. Now clothing like the Limeapple line has pockets for devices.
Finding comfortable, age appropriate active wear for little girls is hard – well at least it used to be till Limeapple. Limeapple is a lifestyle clothing brand that was designed to keep girls comfortable and in style after school, at the beach, during dance class, on weekends and more.
The Limeapple line includes a large variety of feminine, fun and stylish girls’ clothing in sizes 12 months to 14 available in bright colors and prints so your little girl can show off her bold personality.
All Limeapple active wear uses high-quality fabrics that are:
- fast drying
- moisture wicking
- pilling resistant
- and designed to last.
They also feature flat seams, 4-way stretch, built in lining, and iPod pockets.
Buy It: Their clothing can be purchased online at limeapple.com, but for a limited only they have partnered up with Costco to design four active wear top and Capri legging sets (in sizes 6-14) that you can purchase from Costco for only $18.99, regular price for these sets is $43.00 so this is a total steal!
These active wear sets embody the same performance fabrics, details and quality as the normal line, but at a value exclusive to Costco.
Limeapple Sport will be available at all Costco locations in the Western United States and online at www.costco.com with free shipping & handling until May 10th, so make sure you grab a set (or two) at this amazing price before they are gone!
Win It: Ten super lucky readers will each win a Limeapple active wear set. Winner must be 18+ and a US resident, Giveaway is open until May 5th at 11:59PM EST.
**Finger Click Saver is not responsible for prize shipment.
Is there something that you’d like to see manufacturers incorporate when making children’s clothing?