Saturday, March 19, 2011

Stylin' Saturday - Inside Out and Backwards

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Time to link up! Do you or your kids ever wear outfits that should not be featured on "What I Wore Wednesday" posts? I like looking at other people's cute What I Wore Wednesday outfits, but it's just too much stress for me. Here's how we roll . . .

Jordis's latest fashion tip is this:
Don't pay attention to tags, buttons, seams. Just get your junk on and move on with your life.
And for sure do not let anyone help you - YOU CAN DO IT YOURSELF. Don't let anyone think otherwise.

Besides, who pays attention to your clothes when you have edible, Flinstone feet and cute flip-flops?

And whatever you do, do not pose for the camera in your stylin' outfit. Do not look at the camera even if you are offered money.

Now it's your turn. Share your best fashion tips even if you are only two years old.

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{cuppakim} said...

that girl is really rockin the inside out AND backwards.

i need to go get dressed for the day...thanks for the tips jordis!

Steph @ MomKaboodle said...

oh, what a cutie! Recently my 2-year-old stripped off her pjs and put on her hat, jacket and boots. She REALLY wanted to go outside. She did pose for some pics, but I'm not really ready to post the diaper pics on the internet. =)

If it makes you feel any better, my 5-year-old STILL puts his clothes on backwards. Mostly the shirts. That zipper on the pants tend to be a dead giveaway.

Steph @ MomKaboodle said...

*tends*. I need to re-read my comments before I post!

Jessica Johnson said...

Girl is ROCKIN' those mini RREEFS. LOVE it! Where did you get those??

Meghan said...

Love love the mini reefs!! Super cute!

Jennifer said...

As I am reading this, Kate is asleep on the couch (fell asleep doing a puzzle) wearing a backwards camo hat, an inside out pajama shirt, 2 different tutus, and mismatched halloween socks. Love it!

Casey said...

I love your kids! They have no fear of the fashion police ~ or much else for that matter.

TDM Wendy said...

The Reefs were hand-me-downs from some friends. The dad worked for Reef.