Have you ever put on old, less-than-flattering pajamas at night and suddenly felt like a different person? Like somehow the amazing, fabulous daytime version of you morphed into a shapeless, uninspired couch potato? And then someone walks in and is like “what’s that potato sack on the couch” and you’re like
I feel you girl.
I used to feel like that every single night. Frumpy. Blah. Uninspired. And I knew I couldn’t be the only one. So one night, I yelped--out loud, in my potato sack--“No more!”
And it was like I was saying it to myself, and to YOU, babe.
No more feeling frumpy, and blah, and uninspired at night. No more changing out of your daytime clothes (and your fabulous daytime self), and into frump frump jams that quite simply don’t deserve you. Bc you deserve to feel fabulous and amazing all the time. I’m talking 24/7 Babetown.
That’s where you live.
And because you're here, reading this right now, I think you're ready...
Ready to feel as amazing, fabulous and gorgeous as you are--inside and out--each and every night. And I have good news... you totally can.
All you have to do, is put on your Mimi.
Because when you put on your Mimi, you instantly feel like the grade A babe you are. It really is that simple. But let me be clear--a Mimi doesn't make you a babe--you already are a total babe!--a Mimi simply helps reveal you to yourself.
And then that same person walks in and is like "whoaaaah who's that gorgeous, mysterious, grade A babe on the couch!" and you're like
And we're like THAT'S RIGHT!
So what are you waiting for?
You deserve this.
Put on your Mimi, and get that beauty sleep, girl ;).
P.S. here's a little more "about us":
Julie is originally from Sandy, Utah and has an acute obsession with pretty nightgowns. She grew up watching her Mom put on pretty nightgowns each night, and look effortlessly beautiful while cooking breakfast in them the next morning.
When Julie and her eternal lover, Luke, became engaged, she went shopping for a pretty nightgown to wear to bed (no one wants to feel frumpy in old, ug pajamas as a newlywed;).
She found everything from ultra sexy lingerie (which definitely has it's place;), to outdated grandma nightgowns (um, pass),
but nothing pretty--and SFW--for younger women.
Fast forward seven years, and after sketching her first “Mimi,” Julie was hopping on a plane--4-week old baby in tow--to attend an international fabric trade show in Chicago, where she found the prettiest, softest, most luxurious fabrics on the planet. A few months later, after perfecting the Mimi designs, she flew to New York--again with baby in tow--to find a manufacturer.
And Mimi Gowns was born!