Welcome to What Kids Wore Wednesday. Did you have fun with kid style this week? This is the link party to share how you have styled your little one. Maybe you sewed or repurposed something for them too? We'd love to see it! Maybe it will even motivate you to buy some cute fall clothes or to start sewing something!
Starting off this week with a little bit of fall fashion inspiration for your little girl. I love all of the tortoise accessories out right now so I had to include this little ballet flats. Pair a striped sweater and a complimenting belt with a pair of legging jeans and finish it off with cute flats. This outfit would be perfect for shopping with mom, family photos, or going out to lunch with Mom or Dad.
What did my kiddos wear this week?
Well, I would love to take my kids dressed up cute to a field or a grassy meadow for a photo shoot, but life is too crazy right now. So in an effort to be real, we are doing our photo shoot in our driveway for the 10 minutes after church. My little guys are still just as cute and hopefully you all understand the dilemma.
I went to a women’s retreat this weekend and came home to find that my hubby had cut the boys’ hair. He trimmed Kesler’s, but he chopped off all of Easton's! It is growing on me and it does look darling with this military sweater I picked up for him at Target last week.
Shirt: Target, Pants: GAP, Shoes: Stride Rite
A little dancing never hurt.
Kesler- Shirt: The Children’s Place, Pants: Old Navy, Belt: ONE little BELT, Shoes: Nordstrom RackKesler wasn’t in the mood for photos though. What’s new? Do your kids refuse to cooperate too? I’m bettin’ so.
I picked Kesler up in hopes of cheering him up. We scoped out the new Halloween décor our neighbors put up across the street. Inspired, we marched inside and put up ours.
I'm linking up to Small Style at Mama Loves Papa this week! Join me! Want to link up? Here are some guidelines…
1. link to your specific blog post, not your blog’s main page.
2. please only link kids' outfit related posts. no giveaways or unrelated crafts.
3. feel free to link back here to me so that WKWW makes sense to your readers. grab a button from the sidebar (see the code box?).
4. check out as many links as possible! and comment! we all LOVE a comment!