And I absolutely love it!
My Little1 noticed that she’s starting to stretch out. Her pants are getting rather short and dresses that were once knee length are knee length no longer! So, it was time to start thinking about where I could find some cute, inexpensive, and elegant play clothes for my girls.
And the first store to pop up during my search was: H&M
Totally not a store that I think of when it comes to little girls’ clothes.
Back in the day (at least for me) H&M was sort of like a mix between Zara and Forever21.
But did they re-brand or something? Because their kids clothes are really nice.
In our family, I love to have my girls dress like “girls who play.”
Their clothes are decidedly feminine, yet allow us to go to the nearest playground at the drop of a hat and play.
With dresses that are long enough to be modest, but not so long that you trip when running up a slide.
With pants that make it so you don’t skin your knee when you fall, but are cool enough to wear in the summer.
I already touched on little girls’ clothes here and here. And I’ll do so again, because I’m passionate about dressing our girls for their present and their future, in letting them express themselves but also letting them know that there is nothing wrong in being a girl; that “girl” does not equal “weak” and that “feminine” does not equal “incapable.”
Let’s get to the clothes! Let me know what you think! Yay! or nay?
((Each row…is a complete outfit! ^_^ hee hee hee))
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