In 2003, Aliza Wiseman was a work-from-home mom with three young daughters. Growing increasingly concerned for what she saw as age-inappropriate fashions being marketed to children she sought to inspire parents to challenge this growing trend by establishing Maiden America.
In 2009, the company, along with countless businesses across the United States, was subjected to draconian legislation that, by the admission of those who implemented it, turned out to be a national disaster. Without getting into the details, the business evolved toward new markets in order not to be swept away, along with so many jobs and small businesses across the country.
Since its inception, Maiden America has undergone changes but the mission and values behind the products we sell remain the same. Soon, the site (also hacked) will be rebuilt and we will be adding more heirloom quality products, all handmade in America!