Miss Abby turned 8 on December 15th, unfortunately she was sick that day and for several other days just before they took their winter break. We had to cancel the party we had scheduled at Justice Just for Girls. They were very nice about it and assured me we could reschedule but ALL the girls were disappointed, especially the birthday girl.
After the chaos of the holiday, we decided at the very last minute to try to reschedule the party before school started back up. Success! It turned out to be one of the nicest, most unseasonably warm days of the break (81 F) and after a fun time getting made up and
playing games and picking out goodies at Justice, they got Amy's Ice Cream and a little play time at the nice playscape at the shopping center. Abby thought it was the best party she ever had.
We chose Justice Just for Girls for the party because we like their clothes and we wanted to do a smaller party this year. For the past couple of years we've done the Bowling Party for the whole class and this year we needed a change.
Justice clothes are stylish yet modest and age appropriate. There is a little sparkle, but no Vegas glitz. Their prices are very reasonable. They have lots of cute accessories and of course, Webkinz. Also as it turns out that even in a down economy, they are expanding to more locations in the coming year. Apparently it's a business model that works. The company owns Limited Too, but are replacing all those with Justice stores. Abby and I have been having the battle over clothes (the one you're supposed to have at about age 14) since she was 4. Justice is something we can both agree on. Isn't eight adorable?