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My Kid’s Fashion Sense (with help from Target)

One of the best things about my daughter’s current school is that she gets to wear whatever she wants every day. Her public kindergarten last year required her to wear a uniform, and while I definitely see the value in that, it seriously cramped her style.

Because she DOES have style.

Seriously, she’s all about the colors and patterns and the crazy. She often dresses in a way that many would say was busy, but I love the way she puts her outfits together.

Today she and I sat down at the computer and we put together a few outfits for her from Target. She loves shopping there although we try not to go tooooo often because, you know, the $100 rule: you can’t leave Target without spending $100. It’s literally impossible. But we do love buying her clothes there.

So, ready to see what she came up with?

First, I asked her to come up with a couple of dress-based outfits, even though she doesn’t really wear dresses often anymore. I love this first one!

How cute is that dress? The tights aren’t quite a color match, but I do like the pattern. She couldn’t choose between shoes or boots so we picked both. And the hat topper? OMG.

So, Tori isn’t so much about the perfect matching. Here you get to see how she loves to put things together. Adorable. I love the dress, the boot/sneakers are adorable, the jacket is cute but I don’t get the ear muffs or tights.

Lastly, a more casual outfit.

I can totally get behind this outfit. Love the shirt and the leggings and sneakers; possibly, though, the vest might be a bit much. Heh.

So how about my kid’s sense of style, eh?

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