Children's Fashion Blog: Print Mixing

How do you dress for totally erratic weather patterns? Here in New England, it's mentally winter but physically still fall or, if you want to be super optimistic, even spring. Kids' winter boots and coats have been out, and now, suddenly it's going to be almost 70 degrees around Christmas. Whoa!

As you all know, I am addicted to print mixing and creating mix and match outfits for myself and the girls. I created this look for N, my 4.5 year old. This graphic poplin shirt is my inspiration for this outfit. I love its simplicity and uniqueness.  Matched this with a woolen cropped pant to add texture and warmth (keeping the changing weather in mind). Picking shoes with this outfit was a little tricky but I chose to keep it pretty neutral. I felt like contrast shoes would have taken the attention away from the shirt. These shoes have shine, texture, are sporty, and look casual and cool with cropped pants.

This overall look is cohesive, and the shirt still keeps the limelight it rightfully deserves. Whatcha think?

Unique girls outfits

Poplin Shirt: Marni via Melijoe
Cropped Pants: Il Gufo via Melijoe
Shoes: MAA

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