Guitar Print Dress: Zutano, hand me down Pants: Made from a womens sweater that was handed down to me. This was originally for anthropology, and I also made a "layering" skirt for my self from it. (So we can match!)
Chevron headband: DIY, cut from a pair of Mama Koala's old runny tights. Vintage Tee: thrifted long ago, this was a hand me down from her big brothers Lacy Cardigan: Ebay (part of a $25 vintage woolies lot) Pants: Baby Gap, Hand me down Shoes: Old Navy, Arc Thrift store ($1.99)
For as long as i can remember, I've been obsessed with teeny tiny people clothing. Mostly of the vintage sort, and in more recent years designing/sewing little people clothing myself...
Previously,as a mama of 2 boys, (now 2 and 6)I feel like I never got to fully delve into the tiny person stylist experience. Boys clothes are simply more limited in style,print options, accessories, etc...
If I wanted unique stuff for them i was forced to either thrift obsessively or sew it myself.
Well, I must say it's a whole new world now that I have a little girl.
Between the hand me downs from a a couple of good friends with great taste in wee clothing themselves, my sewing machine, and the few thrift adventures i went on before she was born, i am more than stocked with fanciful pieces for this young lady.
Today I thought I'd play catch up by posting a few pics I already had of her looking "frocking sweet"
Hat: Hanna Anderson, Ebay with matching jammies ($4.99)
Vintage Homemade Blue corduroy dress with little koalas:, ARC thrift store ($1.99)
Grey cotton tights: TJ Maxx ($1.99)
This is the first thing I bought after I found out I was having a girl!!
Orange cotton knit slippers, a beautiful hand me down.
Blue knit pompom hat: hand me down, she reminds me of the guy from the Monkee's
Cream cardigan: H and M ($4.99)
Apple pants, made by mama from old hoodie sleeves.