We often see twin boys or twin girls, and it’s expected that parents tend to dress them with the same clothes to reiterate that the kids are twins. That’s no bad thing at all, indeed it looks fun, and seeing other adults guess which one’s which is funny.
Twins of the opposite sex don’t get any exception. It may be easy to tell them apart, but greater challenge comes in dressing them inidentical outfits. For those lucky parents, here’s a twin set for your boy and girl.
It’s the season to be blue…with clothes! Blue, the color of calmness and coolness, the color for all seasons. These dresses will make their way the whole year round.
You can never go wrong with stripes, neither will your little kiddo. Let him graduate from prints of trains and superheroes. Less is more. Bring in the simplicity and sleekness of the mighty stripes.
In contrast to the checkered on stripes of Little In-vest-or, this outfit set is more simple, but along with the clean solid colors are the bold navy stripes on the grey shirt. Pair long sleeves with a clean and crisp white shorts then finish off the getup with bright blue shoes and a sun hat for extra measure. Your little heart breaker will be painting the town red.
Yet again a vest makes its appearance. Vests add pop to a plain outfit even without prints. Coupled with starch chambray shorts and collared white shirt, your little boy will look like someone out of a toddler fashion magazine. Add that necktie for more charm.
BABY GRAZIELLA Blue Linen Tie $18.00 | TOMMY HILFIGER Navy Knitted V-Neck Vest $33.00 | RALPH LAUREN Babies White Polo with Large Navy Logo $54.00 | BABY GRAZIELLA Chambray Linen Shorts $52.00 | LACOSTE White Branded Trainers $35.00
Stripes and plaid may be overbearing if the lines and colors are too loud, but with the right balance they are pretty dapper. Vests can look too dressy, but with the right clothes it can also be casual, and to a casual attire it adds an edge of stylishness. Following the Hey Little Sailor outfit, here’s another outfit inspired by the never dying and always fashionable nautical trend.
The shorts’ subtle vertical stripes adds the right amount of touch to a white bottom, while the navy vest tones down the plaid shirt with its solid color. Little hints of red plaid plus navy and subtle greys make up a great muted nautical color scheme.
Loving the getups for your little charmers? That’s a sneak peek of the series of outfits which I will be posting. A cross of the nautical trend with another style. We have started off with Hey Little Sailor, the one at the far left. Wait for the rest, it’s time the boys get the style spotlight this spring!
It’s fun to dress up little girls, but what about the little boys? Let’s take a break from our little princesses and turn the style spotlight to our handsome boys.
Here’s a sailor-inspired outfit without the very predictable anchor or boat appliques – crisp white with navy blue and subtle hints of stripes. The striped hat is a great substitute for a boatman hat, and the necktie adds style to an unprinted pair of button-down shirt and shorts.
GREVI Navy and White Stripe Hat with Raffia Trim $41.00 | BABY GRAZIELLA Navy Linen Tie with White Stripes $19.00 | BABY GRAZIELLA Linen Shirt with Blue Collar $61.00 | BABY GRAZIELLA Navy Linen Shorts $60.00 | Lacoste White and Grey Mason Slip-ons $27.00
Indeed it is still winter, but who’s not excited for spring? With this we’ll have lots and lots of dresses lined up for our little ladies, and stark pants for our handsome boys. Let’s kick it off with the epitome of spring, flowers. Bringing it on to fashion yields floral dresses…for little girls (sorry mommies, you’ll get your dose of spring frocks in the next weeks).
What’s truly lovable about these frocks are their prints, like splashes of watercolor or paints on white canvas. From cherries to birds to feathers – color, life, and elegance, that’s what these dresses are all about. (Click on the dresses for more details)
Aren’t they just fresh? I personally love the Roberto Cavalli cap-sleeved dress. To see more dresses visit our online store.
Dresses have three F’s in their character: flowy, fresh, and free-spirited. It’s like wearing freedom on your being. Dresses give an instant femininity to even the un-feminine. However, there are some dresses which go for that crisp yet chic look. It’s all about structure and lines with these dresses, as if at first look even on the hanger you know the dress will fit you right.
These dresses are not for you though (bursting bubble, I know). Little ladies don’t need to be a grownup working woman to wear structured dresses often reserved for offices and special occasions. These dresses have blunt lines, architectural in form it seems, but there are still touches of youth and freshness like ribbons and color. (Click on the dresses for more details.)
Don’t you just love these dresses for your little lady? Simple yet savvy. Click on the images for details or check them out at the online store!
Lace, pearls, and other vintage trademarks get centerstage with Miss Rose Sister Violet’s chic line. Your little fairy might be born in the era of fruits-turned-gadget brands, but a whimsical twist will bring a much needed magical touch.
What’s even more chic is that you, yes you adult woman you, can use Miss Rose Sister Violet. All it takes is a matter of creativity and a dash of perfume. Don’t you just love that lace dress? I would love to wear that if they have my size. Well that ornamented lampshade is just the perfect touch for a boring dresser. If lasses get to enjoy these beauties so can we ladies.