Franci wanted me to share with you her tips on being the most fashion 14-month-old you can be. She was afraid that since this blog has been rather serious lately, you’d forgotten how extremely fashion and cool she is. I assured her you hadn’t, but agreed to remind you anyway.
June and January romper and shirt.
Bloomies Handmade felt bow.
Handmade wooden dolls.
We love June and January. Amy’s designs are simple and comfortable and exactly what little ones want to play in. They’re versatile, too — pair them with anything and it’s always appropriate.
June and January top and cardi again.
Hansel from Basil tights.
Hansel from Basil might be my favorite. The prints are whimsical and sweet and they add a fun element to an otherwise boring ensemble.
June and January top and tights. See? They go with everything.
Peek Kids bloomers.
Lemons and Lace headband.
Mini Myths board book.
Zara sweater and joggers.
Crafted Co headband.
Hazel Village raccoon friend.
Everything Crafted Company touches is perfect, including this headband. It’s thick and stays put on Franci’s head AND the other girls. A note about Hazel Village: you must get one for a tiny one in your life. They come with tiny little outfits and stories about them and their personalities. They’re the perfect size for little hands and they’re the cutest.
Oh, look. June and January again. Love.
The Printed Palette shirt.
Kira Kids macaron leggings.
Baby Lit board book.
Montessori Pink Tower.
I have loved The Printed Palette for years! They are a small business based out of California and their tees are comfy and cute. I found Kira Kids at Renegade in San Francisco and loved their prints immediately. Fun and silly. As for the Pink Tower, I’ll always be a lover of Montessori materials. They are so well made and kids just ‘get’ them.
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Happy End of Weekend to you!