Shoes- Dansko brand, thrifted $3 // Socks, leggings, shirt, and undershirt, thrifted // Skirt- Goodwill, $3 // Hat- Goodwill- $1 // Scarf and headband- gifted // Coat- Consignment Store, $9 (?)
Out of our two younger sisters, Melody here is definitely the more girly one out of the two. Though, Mom does always tease her, saying she could be in dress-up clothes all day long playing with a tea party set and still have dirt on her face. :)
For just turning eight years old, she sure has her own sense of style already! Just look at that cute combination of leg/foot wear! And you can always find her sporting a perfectly matched headband to dress-up her outfit to the neatest T.
"My older sister Emma (age: nearly 11), has this same skirt, but in a brown color. She finally decided to wear it, as she is a bit less of a dresser than me, after I told her to. Since we like to match, I put on my gray one. It was one of the first days it snowed so I had to make sure that leggings could be worn, so I wouldn't freeze, but I don't like them to show. So I put on these dotted knee-highs, since they had a gray background anyway, to cover the rest of my legs. My favorite colors are pink and purple, so I put on a plain pink shirt and my pink and purple Mary-Jane Danskos that Cassie bought for me. Then I went up to the big girls' room to see if they had a headband that would match. I found this gray flower one that matched, so I wore it. I was warm all day while we were in town the day I wore this."
What do you like about Mel's outfit the most?
Polka dots or stripes?
Keep warm, wherever you may be!
for the Shag girls