Finding Your Individual Style is Key to #LiveJustice! #Review #Giveaway CAN 10/07

One of the toughest parts about getting ready for Back-to-School is taking my kids shopping for items that they have outgrown. We have to plan out our shopping trips so that we go to various different stores so they can find pieces that suit each of their different style preferences. This year, I thought I would shake things up and start our shopping haul at Justice where both of my daughters’ individual styles are celebrated. We had never shopped here before, so I was excited to see if they would enjoy their trip here as well.


Ottawa Mommy Club Justice Logo Photo


Justice wants to create a lifestyle for tweens and teens to express their style and individuality as they go through many of their “first” moments and experiences of this time of their lives. Justice’s goal is to help kids build confidence so they can achieve their goals in the futures they want to create for themselves and to have fun with all different types of styles that they want to try.

My daughters had mixed reactions on our upcoming shopping adventure. My younger daughter is always up for finding new pieces to add to her wardrobe. My older daughter had some misgivings about finding something she would like. Her style is low-key and sporty. She thought that Justice would not have anything that shows off her individuality.


Reese Speaks Daughters Collage Photo


When we arrived at our local Justice store, we were able to immediately feel the energy this brand was giving customers. It was fresh, fun and vibrant. There was colour everywhere, yet not overwhelming to the eye. We were clearly able to see which zones each child would be gravitated towards. There was also fun, poppy and inspirational music videos playing to add to the atmosphere of our visit.


Ottawa Mommy Club Justice Store Front Photo 2


My younger daughter was able to find pieces of clothing she loves in just about any style of clothing available. She took great joy in fluttering through the aisles, literally showing me everything she liked.


Ottawa Mommy Club Maya Styles Collage Photo


Once my daughter started finding pieces that fit her personal style, her original thoughts about shopping at Justice began to change! She saw a number of items she would not wait to try on and was happy to have allowed herself to open herself up to different experiences. She had a great time!


Ottawa Mommy Club Justice Meg TShirts 2 Photo


Want to know what it was like for us to #LiveJustice? Take a look at our Back-to-School shopping haul video!



Overall, we had a fabulous time during our Back-to-School shopping haul at Justice! Each of my daughters was able to find pieces that reflect their individuality and had a lot of fun doing it! Whether your child is sporty, casual, or a fashionista, there is something awaiting them to help them #LiveJustice this school year. See for yourself and make your way to a Justice location to complete your child’s wardrobe and suit their personal style!


Otta Mommy Club Justice Girls Athletics 2 Photo


For more details about Justice, you can visit their website. You can also connect with them on their Facebook, Twitter, Instagram, Pinterest and YouTube pages!

Disclaimer: I was compensated by Justice in order to create the video. The views I shared are honest and my own.

A #LiveJustice Giveaway!


Ottawa Mommy Club Justice Logo Photo


Is your child’s wardrobe ready for Back-to-School? Justice wants for your child to #LiveJustice by giving away one (1) $100 gift card to shop in store or online so they can show off their personal style!

The ARV of this prize package is $100!

This giveaway is open to Canadian residents and ends at 11:59 EDT on October 7th, 2016.

Good luck!

Rules: Open to Canadian residents 18 +. You have 48 hours to reply by email once you are notified as the winner. If you don’t, we will draw another entry. Prize is non-transferable. No substitution or cash equivalent of prizes is permitted. The selected winner must correctly answer a mathematical question in order to win the prize mentioned above. The Ottawa Mommy Club is not responsible for prize fulfillment and for the delivery/shipment of the prize(s) mentioned above. For our complete set of rules, please click here.


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  1. Hi,thanks for the giveaway.Justice is a name i have just hear this week,i loved the video and the items they choose.i love the animal print sports hoodie on their site.

  2. I have not shopped at this store before, but there are a lot of pieces that I know my daughter would love for back to school.

  3. I have three daughters and each one #LiveJustice in their own unique way! One is sporty, one is casual, and one is fashionista!

  4. My daughter is a fashionista. She has her own personal style and flair already. #LiveJustice It’s a great form of expression and independence.

  5. My 2 daughter’s are defiantly fashionistas! Dresses, purses, anything sparkly they have to have it! We’ve outgrown Gymboree and are now #Justicegirls #LiveJustice thank you!

  6. My daughter’s style is feminine and sporty. She loves to wear dresses (only, pretty much!), but with little shorts underneath so she can still do cartwheels, flips on the bars at the playground etc. and runners so she can still run around, play tag, kick a soccer ball etc.

    • I don’t have a daughter, but I have a niece who is very athletic; she loves sports and rough-housing. My two boys are the same. Thanks! #LiveJustice

  7. I have 2 granddaughters that #LiveJustice. The oldest is very fashionista and her sister who is 2 years younger is very casual and a bit quirky in her dressing. They both love shopping at Justice.

  8. This looks like a great place to shop for the whole family.I would love to find a location near me to check this place out as it is new to me.Thanks so much for the chance to win!! 🙂

  9. I have 5 granddaughters and they are all totally different, girly, diva, athletic, princess, and fairy like. All of your clothing would be suitable for all of them.

  10. My daughter is casual (like me) with a burst of fashion thrown in there that she got from her Nanna. I love that she takes some risks and doesn’t even know it.

    Besos, Sarah
    Journeys of The Zoo

  11. my 9 year old grandaughter lives with me and shes definately a fashionista.when we go to justice shes just all over.very lovely to see the smiles on my fahionista

  12. My daughter is not a big shopper but she does enjoy shopping at Justice. I would say that her style is casual to sporty.


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