With lots of prints, dots and stripes, in all the colors of the rainbow, I’m usually not a big fan of the GAP.
Sometimes they come up with nice pieces though. I love this Chanel inspired blazer I got for Mia.
In return for a Justin Bieber music video she was willing to put it on and stand up on a chair, to give me this…
My friend from Amsterdam, Emily Gray, recently launched her collection for babies and kids aged zero to six, Gray Label. “We like simplicity in a world where there are already too many bright colours, ‘cute’ teddies and busy prints on shirts. Focusing instead on colours and designs that would even make grownups a bit envious.” I like!
My first order just arrived, pink sweaters for the girls and shoes for the baby. The fabric she uses is so very soft, the girls love wearing their new duds. Here’s our modElle:
If your kid doesn’t look enough like its dad, here’s a quick fix… Dad and sprog twin sets.
I think we’re good without. Here are the girls with their daddy. Same stroller, same jacket, same age.
Walking on Hudson Street last week, we saw them at Nida. Mia loved the ‘beach shoes’, as she called them, and picked the blue ones with the red heart. I think they will look adorable with denim. And on the beach, of course.
How about this sale?
Their price $24,000.00. Our price $17,000.00.
This is the unique diamond pacifier that was designed by Mathis Riber. The pacifier is made of 24 carat solid white gold, decorated with 278 diamonds.
Shipping cost $1,000.00
Don’t we all want something unique?
Being born in the eighties, how could I not love neon? Actually, how could anyone not love the eighties style!
So thank you GAP for the new spring collection. Not that I would wear green glasses and yellow leggings myself, but I did buy them for Mia.
I do actually have neon pink Tory Burch flats… Me and my girls will look so in sync! Still working on Mia though, who thinks all colored pants are pajamas (that’s why I had to use a stand in). So here is Elle happily wearing hers.