At Dreamy Daze we try to offer brands that provide not only unique and quality items but also give back to the community. We love to support brands that are also small businesses. Every purchase you make at Dreamy Daze is making a positive difference!
Sparkle Sisters by Couture Clips
Inspired by the birth of her two daughters and her love for styling the girls’ hair with beautiful accessories, Lisa created Sparkle Sisters by Couture Clips in 2010. Applying her unique sense of style and creative design, Lisa initially launched the brand to focus solely on children’s hair accessories. After establishing the brand in the hair accessory space, Lisa has since extended the Sparkle Sisters creative signature into new children’s fashion product categories, so parents can dress their girls in a range of stylish combinations from the brand.
Ollie Jay is a children’s line founded by Michelle Orrantia and inspired by her two adventurous little girls. Ollie Jay is designed in Miami, FL and created in small batches to ensure high quality, wonderfully fun pieces as unique as your whimsical child. We like to focus on fun and slightly quirky prints as well as popular solid fabrics that feel soft as a marshmallow, yet has the strength of 95% cotton for long wear.
What do you get when a self-taught seamstress, with no formal training, takes ultra-soft fabrics and hand cuts them into the most delightful classic style designs for little ones? You get Bohemian Babies.. a tailored line of deliciously minimal must-have clothing for baby and toddler. All of our clothing is handmade in the US and has a minimal, classic style. We use the softest fabrics we can find and whenever possible, focus on eco-friendly materials.
WearMe Pro began in 2011 as a small family-owned business in Chicago and has since grown into an international eyewear provider. We’re obsessively passionate about two things; providing you with the best specs AND saving pets! As proud supporters of the Arizona Humane Society, a portion of every eyewear purchase goes to animals in need. To date, we’ve been able to donate more than 100k cans of food and truckloads of other much needed supplies. So thank you for helping us make a pawsitive impact!
Pyknic is a quirky food-centric apparel and quality lifestyle goods brand. From graphic t-shirts featuring food puns, pizza bikinis, macaroni & cheese socks, down to mugs advocating weekends being for waffles, we’ve got you covered from head to toe, literally, in the foods we adore and that bring us all together. Whether on a wearable or a lifestyle item, our brand reflects our undying love of food and quirky spirit. Our tops are hand-printed using an eco-friendly process.
Pretty Simple began in 2014 when Leah had a shift in priorities. As a breast cancer survivor, and mom to a recently diagnosed Type 1 Diabetic, she decided life is simply too short to not be around for it. Beyond what you see on this site, PS is more than something you wear. It comes from within. It is living with purpose. Believing in your dream, and having the courage to go for it. When you shop with Pretty Simple you are not only supporting a small business, but the type 1 diabetes community. A portion of all sales is donated back to t1 non profits like JDRF and T1 International!
Our philosophy with kids sunglasses is simple: Little People Deserve Big People Shades. ro•sham•bo eyewear is owned and operated by San Diego family Scott, Julia and their girls, Avery and Chloe. We believe in making stylish matching family shades for babies, toddlers, kids and adults. Our sunglasses are unbreakable, flexible, polarized, Italian-made, and so light they float! No BPA, no phthalates, no lead, and no painted logos or designs. Plus, we even offer a full damage and lens replacement guarantee to stand behind our product. And we also support autism charity with every sale!
521handmade was created in 2014 when I started making handmade pillows in my tiny studio apartment, using the kitchen counter as my workspace. I have a Bachelors Degree in Apparel & Textiles, but was too afraid to take a sewing class during college. I taught myself how to sew by watching YouTube videos during a freezing North Dakota winter and instantly fell in love with product design. I created a bunch of "last name + est.2014" pillows for all my friends who were getting married that year and orders just kept coming in! After that, I happily became "the pillow lady." Today, I still design and create every pillow in my home studio; often with my two little boys keeping me company. Running 521handmade has been such a blessing to my family and every order is so greatly appreciated.