Isn’t she as cute as a button? Full of talent, spunk and LOTS of character, this little lady is on to something. Is there anything more cute and inspiring than a little entrepreneur? I didn’t think so. With products that are the perfect combination of expression, comfort and style this kid is going places.

The name of her business is PRETTIAH which stands for Pretty Mariah, Pretty Attire – Check her out on Facebook.

Are you looking for something to add to your wardrobe that is original? I’m such a fan of art so not only are the pieces creative, but also warm, cozy and comfortable. Who doesn’t love warm and cozy? On a Friday night, these designs can be paired with a t-shirt and blazer for a chic and comfortable look for females and a bold fashion statement for men.

Mariah’s aspirations give me a sweet glimpse of my own childhood and how many businesses that I thought about. It’s awesome to see a child get excited about something that she can call her own.

Parents, take note of this little lady and her business. It is sure to continue to grow. Make sure you are supporting your kids in their endeavors. I know my son (who is very tech savvy) and I have been brainstorming businesses that he might like to start. Your child’s idea could literally be the next brainchild of a major corporation so invest in your children’s vision.

The joys of fashion expression and the passion of creativity are combined in her vision. I’m looking forward to seeing her become the next celebrity stylist, fashion designer, doctor or whatever she wants to be. It all starts with dreams and visions being realized. This is the beginning of establishing a faith in her that resounds “if I can do this, I CAN DO ANYTHING!”

Here is a gallery of designs created by Mariah with the support and helping hands of her parents.

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Feel free to contact her via email and support her business at





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    February 3, 2015 at 6:32 pm

    Oh how beautiful!! I actually used to love to sew when I was a little girl and I wish social media was around when I was young I would of had my own business. I was the candy girl too. When they ask kids what they wanna be when they grow up – they should be able to freely say an entrepreneur they arent teaching that enough in school…you have to wait until college.


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    June 2, 2017 at 1:11 am

    Really informative blog article. Keep writing.

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