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Monday, December 5, 2016

Hamilton Plaid Adorableness!


I love this picture, because I love this girl, and because I love my Shiplap...in a future post! She is wearing a hamilton plaid jumper from Zulily, it was a size 5/6 and she's tall so in the future I would have ordered a bigger size because she is probably going to grow out of it soon. It buttons up the back and has cute buttons on the front. It also adds a change of pace to her wardrobe. Add a white collared shirt, white tights, and a navy blue jacket with the sparkle shoes! 

Hair style is done in 3 sections of pony tails, think of a U shape as you part. Once you have them all secured together add a bow!


Monday, November 28, 2016

Cardigan Sweater!

I absolutely Love this navy blue cardigan sweater from Children's Place! So versatile, on the other hand this one was not very happy about going to school today...
But we made the most of it, cute khaki stretch skinny pants with an adorable navy blue belt from walmart. White button blouse- staples. Today's hair is simple because we were late, this is happening more and more lately haha. Topsy turvey to the side secure with a pony tail, add a bow, bows fix everything!



Monday, November 21, 2016

Because Preschool also deserves a post!

My second little darling was excited to share her outfit! topsy turvey sections are done in a pin wheel around the head with a side part. Take a pony tail section secure with ponytail then stick your finger in the middle and pull the hair through- that's a topsy turvey- my own name for I guess. Take all the sections and secure to the side, wrap the pony tail a few times then on the last time only pull half way with the hair coming out on top, then add a cute bow!


Star purses are so in for preschoolers ;)

Monday, November 14, 2016

Happy Kids, Happy Mom!


Does it seem like I do a lot of up styles? Well my kids get baths at night so morning there hair looks a little bit crazy! Today we are including topsy turvey, section off one on each side of the head- symmetrical or be crazy and do some Asymmetrical! Brush back into a pony tail and secure, then braid and secure. This style to make it look polished needs to be sprayed with water and then sprayed with hairspray, a lot of hairspray! 

This happy girl was so excited because she got to wear a navy blue skirt! haha just kidding probably because she has a yummy snack in that back pack. Navy skirt I picked up at a garage sale! Wahoo score! Button up blouse from Children's place, white tights and sparkly shoes make a girl smile! 

Monday, November 7, 2016

Quick morning fixer!


A navy blue head band is a must have, we use this a lot! Woke up late...pull hair back into a pony, braid and secure at the end- top off with a cute head band and magically it looks like you spent more time than you did! Worn with Navy blue polo from Target, Khaki Jumper from Zulily (they have the best deals on uniforms!) Boots with a little frill- okay they don't match very well, but sometimes you have to give in to what the kiddos want. 


Monday, October 31, 2016

Over slept, but I did lay the outfit out the night before!


Today's outfit: White button blouse with a sparkle light blue jacket tucked into khaki pleated skirt. Top off with knee highs and sparkle blue shoes! 


This hair style is a parted rectangle on top, french braid and continue braiding down the strand, secure and gather all of the hair into a pony tail---for all of you crazy paced moms in the morning, this one is quick!

Monday, September 12, 2016

Khaki Jumper


A Khaki Jumper with belt & pleats is the perfect cute/ comfy combo! Say that 10 times fast. Layered underneath is a white polo. I found this jumper on Zulily and got the polo at Target.

I can't get enough of these knee high socks! White with embroidered hearts, the perfect accessory to any jumper! I got the socks at Children's Place. Finished off with you guessed it, sparkly silver flats from Walmart. 

To get the hair: Start with parting the hair on the side. Make sure the hair in front is wet, braids are so much easier that way. Section off hair from the top of the head to just behind the ears on the side with the bigger part. French braid until you get to the end of the section, continue braiding down the strand and secure with a pony tail. On the smaller side of the part, or the left side in this picture you are going to french braid only picking up from the bottom. Braid all the way around the head to the side, pull the loose braid in as well and secure in a pony tail. Add a flower to dress it up!

** To make this cute red bow: Buy Red Satin material, must be satin to burn correctly. Cut into different sizes of circles. Use a candle and burn the edges until it crinkles in. Glue the pieces together with hot glue, I always have random jewels and pieces lying around, so pick whatever and glue in the center. Glue a clip to the back. Finished!