The Edina, Minn.-based company signed a lease for a store here, with a March 2013 opening planned.
"We go where the moms are," said Hot Mama founder Megan Tamte. "We want to be in the neighborhoods where moms hang out. That's why we going to be at Crocker Park."
While Hot Mama caters to moms, don't expect to find Mom Jeans.
Hot Mama is about on-trend clothes and accessories for moms who want to look in style, but don't want to look like a teenager.
"We're about helping moms take some time for themselves," Tamte said. "Moms are important. They take care of everyone. Our job here is to help them remember they're important."
The Westlake store is part of Hot Mama's latest expansion. Hot Mama currently has 30 stores in 11 states and plans to open twelve new stores, including the Crocker Park store, in 2013.