The BOSSY Bosses

The BOSSY Bosses

We’re an aunty and niece who created BOSSY CLOTHING in 2016 out of frustration that our own street dancing children couldn’t find clothing on the market that offered the individuality they desired.

Having worked for many years in clothing design and going on to specialise in the manufacturer of sportswear, we were perfectly placed to give a new kid’s brand not only a great twist on edgy style … but also the added expertise of understanding garment production, fit and quality.

So BOSSY CLOTHING was born with a funky dance and street vibe for kids from aged 6 years to 15+.

BOSSY CLOTHING’s main ethos is to create an “all-inclusive” unisex brand which empowers kids to enjoy life to the full and celebrate uniqueness.  With a-dare-to-wear attitude we’ve created a sports and street mixture of clothing and accessories … which Bossy kids can wear just however they choose!

With a strong dance heritage the brand developed through large trade shows such as MOVE-IT and CAN YOU DANCE, where the brand has built a following of very loyal customers that return to the bright and vibrant attitude of the brand knowing they love not only the fusion of sportswear styling and unique designs, but appreciate the superior quality of garments built to stand the test of time.

Today the brand is growing momentum, not only with casual leisure styling, but with the recent introduction of the PRO-SPORT collection which is made from premium performance fabrics with added detail such as; safe zip phone pockets and bold Bossy branding.  

Our objective is to offer style to oppose the “mainstream brands” giving something less generic and more individual, whilst offering great value prices for exceptional quality.

“Our ultimate aim is to take the serious subject of fashion with a pinch of humour and create a club where everyone is welcome…to produce a quality range that excites, creates a buzz and never fails to leave an impression“   

… BIG LOVE KAZ & NAT X

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