When she’s not hustlin’ or breaking it down at the local fro yo, you can find Super Sweet in her supah fly attire. Her most favorite pants, hands down, are these black pajamas jeans. She would wear these each and every day with a jet black long sleeved tee if I let her. Hmm, maybe Supah Fly Butterfly moonlights as a ninja?
Yes, I said pajama jeans. Our little fashion blogger adores them, but have no fear she has found a way to make them cool that you can try too. Rock. Them. Backwards! See how those pockets give her a much more chic effect here? And when paired with a Dr. Suess – One Fish, Two Fish tee and accessorized with a Target dollar section felt butterfly mask … well, it just doesn’t get any more stylish than this folks.
Of course, a super hero could go nowhere without her trusty book of tricks, or in this case … a super glittery book shaped like a castle with flaps inside revealing tons and tons of PUPPIES!!
Hours and hours of amusement.
Don’t ask me … I learned long ago not to question a super hero.
Supah Fly Butterfly — villians be warned, this super hero patrols the aisles of Targets and bookstores and local parks all over San Antonio
A sleeveless dress I feel confident enough to wear out in public with nothing covering my arms does NOT come along very often, so when it does … it’s something I need to share with women everywhere!
My new summer staple, a knit sundress that’s stylish, yet simple. Cute, yet comfy enough to sleep in! (Not that I would know that or anything) And easily dressed up with a belt and/or a jacket or cardigan.
I got the clover, but it also comes in black and this purplish hue
Oh yeah, and in watermelon … you KNOW I had to get the watermelon too!
Did I mention it’s only $20? Score! Thank You Target.
Who knows, maybe I’ll even show you what I look like in it one of these days! If I can get one of the kids to slow down long enough to click a picture for me.
Today is our very first outfit post for the 30 for 30 Remix with Kendi Everyday, you may remember me saying I would only use photos of outfits Sweet picked out for herself, well here’s a doozy one for you. Promise they will only get weirder … but,
just keep in mind the irony in this outfit is the HEAT!, it’s about 100 degrees outside and all she wants to wear are her fuzzy, suede, LIGHT UP boots. But really, who could blame her … they are pretty awesome. And the light show they give off when she walks is just fantastic. Why didn’t they have shoes like these when we were young??
I like to call this look the Modern Day Pocahontas, and I’m pretty sure Pocahontas herself would want to rock this look.
Now before you jump on Sweet’s bandwagon and start to think ill of me for forcing my daughter to become the World’s Youngest Fashion Blogger, please know all the emotion you’re witnessing in these photos has nothing to do with her modeling, but everything to do with our lunch menu. She’s gaga for Peanut Butter, she’d eat it for every meal if I let her, and snacks in between as well. I love PB as much as the next girl, but variety IS the spice of life.
Happy decided he wanted to partake in today’s fashion photos as well, he’ll be making random appearances throughout the remix. Today he’s rocking his Bumble Bee tee and some shiny blue athletic shorts from Old Navy. Each day when he’s done dressing himself he runs up to me and asks me to check and make sure he’s “handsome”. I just love the way he pronounces it too. Each day I answer the same way, “Oh Happy, you are SO handsome!” and then we High Five and get on with our business. It’s one of our favorite parts of the morning.
We had a few out takes I thought you might like to see and even a peep show I’m sure no one wants to see. All in all a pretty successful first look. Can’t wait to share the next one. Oh yeah, P.S. Sweet’s dress is from Target and her fuzzy suede awesome light up boots are from Payless.
I had the pleasure of whipping up a few quick looks for one incredibly awesome family in Alberta this week. Also a family of five, planning this look was a lot like shopping for me & my guys. They’re shooting their photos near a train and bridge at Fort Edmonton Park, the setting is gorgeous!
I gave them two completely opposite looks and we stuck with pieces from Gap & Old Navy since the photos are being taken this week and I had no idea what other types of clothing stores were in Alberta?
Option 1: A bit outdoorsy
Option 2: A little Rock & Roll
Stefanie mentioned to me her daughter was a tomboy and her husband likes to rock climb and skateboard.
The Rock & Roll look just sort of evolved from there.
If you’d like me to do a look for your family, leave me a comment or send me an email – it’s free & fun, what’s not to love.
It’s no secret I love online shopping, all the fun without the commitment … still, I feel guilty doing it for myself. Thankfully, I have found a way to feed my shopping fever and do some good in the process. I love helping Moms find just the right gift, the right look for the first day of school and especially putting looks together for family photos. It’s a win-win for every one, I’m shopping without spending money and you’re getting the latest and greatest style advice sent straight to your inbox. I’ve got several projects going on right now and I can’t wait to share each of them with you.
Today’s feature is for a Mom looking for Back to School clothes for her 6 year old that don’t look like something a teenager should be wearing instead of a first grader. Man, I had no idea this one would be so hard. I was in awe by much of the clothing choices in little girl sizes available right now and secretly content my daughter still fits in clothes from the toddler section.
Still, I managed to find some cute pieces by mixing & matching from different stores.
Shirred V-Neck from Old Navy ~ $6.50
Sparkly Bermuda Shorts from Gap ~ $12.50
Girls Glitter Wedge Sneakers from Target ~ $17
Osh Kosh Floral Tee from Kohl’s ~ $18
Mini Boden Pedal Pushers from Boden USA ~ $21.50
Shirred V-Neck Top from Dillard’s ~ $4.50
Denim Tiered Skirt from The Children’s Place ~ $13
Gathered Leggings from The Gap ~ $5
Need help with your Back to School Shopping this year? Or have a decorating dilemma or gift you need found? Send me an email at firstname.lastname@example.org and I’ll tackle the challenge.