Who We Are

 The Lowe Girls

Hi! I'm Laina, the oldest sister. I have spent the majority of the last five years as a stay at home mom raising my three children. My journey through motherhood has been a rollercoaster in almost every way.  When my daughter was seven months old, I was surprised to discover I was pregnant again, and we welcomed our second daughter just fourteen months after our first. Our third child, a little boy, joined our family when our daughters were 3.5 and almost 2.5. 
While my husband and I celebrated each of our children’s milestones, we didn’t realize that we were changing and growing just as quickly. I easily and swiftly changed our children's clothing over into more comfortable sizes and styles for each of their growing bodies while I continued  to wear the same clothing I had since before each child was born. I squeezed myself into clothing that was too small, too restrictive and far too uncomfortable to feel good about being in, let alone be effective in chasing my tribe of children around in. Instead of feeling pride for what my body had achieved, pride that I had grown three beautiful babies, I felt disappointed that my body wasn’t “bouncing back” to what it was before each pregnancy. 
My goal with our shop is to help other women embrace all the stages of our own bodies, and clothe ourselves the way we clothe our babes - passing the too small and restrictive pieces onto others and inviting the new, well fitting, comfortable and beautiful pieces into our closets. I am excited to work with my sisters to bring women comfortable, everyday pieces. There will be no “standing only” jeans here, no “bouncing back” to former versions of ourselves. Come as you are. No apologies. Let us do the rest.

Hey all! I’m Angie, and I’m the middle sister. I’m the momma of one fiery redheaded little lady who keeps us on our toes. My husband works on our family ranch and is more supportive in every way than I could ever imagine. I’m a ranch kid through and through and want to raise my family the same way I was raised but I want something of my own so starting our boutique seemed like a no brainer! 
We became parents almost two years ago in a whirlwind we were not prepared for. I was diagnosed with preeclampsia and our little girl was born 6.5 weeks early, spending 21 days in the NICU. Once we were home, not only did I have a tiny human to take care of, but I also had to come to terms with this new body of mine, as most new moms do. Trying to find clothing that fit right was so frustrating and then finding a pair of jeans that were perfect, only to wear through at the thighs in 6 months was even worse. Being comfortable in your own skin is important, and I think that can be found in part through clothes.
It's an exciting time in fashion as it seems there are so many different styles available for everyone. I finally feel like I've found my style after so many years of being uncomfortable. I am so excited to help women find clothing that makes them feel unapologetically gorgeous, because we are done apologizing for being us.

Hello everyone! Thank you so much for joining us. I'm Kelly, the youngest of the crew. 
By trade, I am an Environmental Scientist and Agricultural Advocate but more than anything, I am an auntie, sister, daughter and girlfriend within a wonderful, growing family unit. 
I began dancing at a young age and although I learned many invaluable lessons, it also led me to being hyper-aware of my physical appearance like many other young women are. 
My challenge with becoming comfortable in my changing body only grew as I continued on to post secondary, then ceased my regular activities in 2020 when the world came to a halt. After ample hours spent contemplating and self-reflecting my changed adult figure, I decided to refocus my energy on learning how to love the body I am in, and appreciate the different forms it takes depending on my circumstances. This paired with a childhood of hand-me-downs led me to a world of excitement when the idea of opening our own women's clothing boutique surfaced. 
I am so excited to have the opportunity to assist other women in finding clothing that makes them walk into a room with the confidence they deserve to possess; to find an outfit that they can be proud of, and eagerly show up in - no apologies, just you.