Kids clothing company RuffleButts, RuggedButts move headquarters to Flower Mound

boy and girl in swimsuits
RuffleButts and RuggedButts offer swimwear for boys and girls and will have a new line coming out in December. (Courtesy RuffleButts)

RuffleButts and RuggedButts offer swimwear for boys and girls and will have a new line coming out in December. (Courtesy RuffleButts)

RuffleButts and RuggedButts, a children's clothing outfitter, recently moved its corporate headquarters to International Parkway in Flower Mound.

RuffleButts, for girls, and Rugged Butts, for boys, began as a children’s bloomers retailer. The company has expanded over the years to now sell full wardrobes for babies through tweenage children, including leggings, dresses, pajamas and swimwear, said Alex Mazur, director of customer experience and sales.

RuffleButts is primarily an online retailer, but its merchandise can be found in select brick and mortar stores, including Nordstrom and Scheels.

Mazur said the company’s goal is to provide “quality clothing for those treasured years of childhood.”

The company’s headquarters contains all of the front-of-house operations, product development, finance and the Customer Love contact team, said CEO Kent Collins. While the new office is not open to the public as a retail store for RuffleButts or RuggedButts clothing, the company is still excited to get involved with the Flower Mound community, Collins said.


“We're here. We want to be great neighbors,” Collins said. “If there are community partnership opportunities, [we want the community to] reach out, and we can engage that way.”

www.rufflebutts.com www.ruggedbutts.com. 704-825-8811.
By Samantha Van Dyke
Samantha Van Dyke is Community Impact's DFW Metro Reporter. She previously served as managing editor of The Arkansas Traveler.


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