WKWW-What Kids Wore Wednesday

Welcome to WKWW! This is the place for all you stylish Mommas to show off your kids.
Having worked in children’s fashion, I KNOW how much you mommas love to dress up your little ones. You love to shop for them, sew for them, thrift for them, and take millions of pictures of them. So blog about it and link up - we all want to see what your kids wore! (Mom and kids style posts are great too!)
To start off WKWW, here is a little style inspiration with ONE little BELT. This outfit is perfect for your toddler girl. I love the simple black belt with the polka dot top and the ballet flats. This classy toddler is perfectly accessorized.
Now on to what my kids wore this week….

Do you ever get this face when you are trying to take pictures of your kids? My boys are usually very cooperative, especially if M&M bribes are involved, but every once and a while….

Top: Thrifted, Shorts: GAP, Helmet: Wal-Mart :)

Now this is more like it. Easton and his “I’m thinking” face. Crazy kid.

Top: GAP, Pants: GAP, Shoes: Stride Rite, Tie and Belt: ONE little BELT
I gotta admit. I love coordinating my kids’ outfits. I match them too if I can. Anyone else guilty?

IMG_6115bKesler- Top: The Children’s Place, Pants: GAP, Shoes: Nordstrom Rack, Belt: ONE little BELT

Want to link up? Here are the rules…
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. please 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 commenters!


  1. Your boys look so cute! I thought it would be hard to dress my boy cute, but I am finding it is rather fun and the challenge of finding cute clothes for boys is fun. :) I hope to be linking up soon with some of my sons outfits!

  2. your boys are soooooo cute!!! Having twins makes people want to give you 'matchy/matchy' stuff all the time, I'm a fan of coordinating but not straight up matching. For their fall collection, they each have a pair of khakis but they are different from each other, and they have shirts in the same styling but different colors. My favorite look on little boys is that dressy/casual feel - tee's with sports coats, dress pants with converse, etc... Now that they are walking they are even more fun to dress!

  3. I have 2 little girls ages 2.5 and 5 and I'm guilty of hte matching thing too. They are in different departments at the store now so if I can't find coordinating outfits I make them. :)


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