Our goal is to provide 1 million meals to kids in need every year.


We believe that all kids should have enough food to eat and the opportunity to thrive.  And we believe that together, we can make a difference, which is why for every limeapple garment you purchase, we give 5 meals to children in need.

A brand with heart

Limeapple is an award-winning active lifestyle clothing brand for girls age 4-16 offering an assortment of high quality
fun girls' clothes that are colorful, vibrant and stylish with hand selected fabrics and design details that fit, flatter, move and breathe.
Born in 2002, Limeapple is a long time favorite among girls — and their moms — because our designs are fun and feature iconic prints
and brilliant colors that are comfortable, feminine and age-appropriate.

From our collection of printed, performance activewear leggings to our colorful swimsuits, we’ve designed each piece for girls on the go.
Our girls' activewear includes everything from sports bras and printed leggings, to lightweight tops and mini shorts for little dancers and yogis.
Limeapple is also the first pick for girls' swimwear with our renowned colorful and vibrant printed bikinis, our classic one pieces and sporty
rash guard sets. Our cozy shop is also home to our all time favorite - the minky dot bubbles and our best-selling hoodies that are available
in a rainbow of colors.

Every garment is ethically produced in small batches and made with slow fashion standards that are a little kinder on the earth.



* We believe that every child should have enough to eat and an opportunity to thrive, and that good nutrition and education
are key to breaking the cycle of poverty - which is why for every item purchased, we donate 5 meals to children in need.
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Each garment that we design is a reflection of our mission to end child hunger and guarantees that your girl can feel good about her purchase.

Every garment will include a Certificate of Kindness as a reminder that you've helped a child in need with your purchase.


"If you can't feed a hundred people, feed just one."