Embracing Equality Everyday for Everyone
Elizabeth Brunner, Founder of StereoType Kids shares how 2023's Women's Month theme of Embracing Equity is a main pillar for the brand. Equity le...
Ask Elizabeth Anything: Loving Your Kids As They Are
Founder of StereoType answers questions about supporting kid's individuality.
I want to support my kids in everything they d...
Creating a Toolbox for Kids To Be Authentic
Nimisha Gandhi is mom to Rowan. She is also a functional and Ayurvedic nutritionalist located in San Francisco. In the latest blog post Nimisha ...
5 Things I Learned in 2 Years of Running StereoType
Elizabeth Brunner, founder and designer of StereoType Kids shares in the 2 years of running the business how she has learned to trust her instinct...
Ask Elizabeth Anything - What is blended fashion?
This month on #AskElizabethAnything: Elizabeth Brunner, Founder of StereoType, answers your burning questions about blended fashion.
Ask Elizabeth Anything: Back To School Edition
Elizabeth Brunner, Founder of StereoType answers your questions for the new school year.
Q: My son has been wearing dresses and skirts at home a...
Freedom to Explore: De-gendering Fashion
By Nimisha Gandhi
People are quick to label children- good, bad, pretty, handsome, loud, shy, impatient, kind, mean, sweet, trouble-maker, c...
StereoType: Clothing Free of Gender-Based Labels
Founder Elizabeth Brunner was interviewed by FEMCITY® to talk about her inspiration for starting StereoType with the goal to challenge and chang...
Community Backup Shatters Stereotypes Faster
By Dínea Elliott-Collins
I’ve always wanted to be a mother. I believe there to be no undertaking more significant. My spouse and I planned every ...
Why Motherhood Is A Beautiful Glorious Mess
by Elizabeth Brunner, Founder of StereoType
Can I be honest? Motherhood can be beautiful. And also a stressful, frustrating, maddening glorious m...
Ask Elizabeth Anything: When You Feel Camera Shy
Elizabeth Brunner, Founder of StereoType, Answers Your Questions
Q. I really hate seeing myself in photos. I know this is “my problem,” but my t...
The “Unresolution” Guide to 2022
By Anna Davies
Work out more. Work less. It’s that time of year to come up with resolutions. Some may be cliche (eat healthier), some may be ambi...
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