Jojo siwa and bowbow coloring pages

Known to audiences for wearing large, colorful bows in her hair, Siwa released a line of bows in 2016: JoJo’s Bows, to be sold at Claire’s, a fashion-accessory company aimed at 6-to-12-year-old girls. Her bows found a strong following among primary-school pupils in the United Kingdom and were ultimately subject to bans as teachers discovered that students unable to afford the bows, which retail for approximately £8 to £12 each, were bullied by their peers. Other reasons these schools gave for the bans was they were a distraction, harmed students’ concentration, and violated the schools’ dress code policies. Due to the bows’ price and popularity, some stores began selling similar, homemade bows. In 2017 Siwa, whose bows are heavily featured in her music videos and general wardrobe, said they are a “symbol of power, confidence, believing-ness. ”