Borrowed Boy Style

Borrowed Boy Style

Borrowed Boy Style

Scout and I had a very laid back weekend filled with birthday parties and city strolls. Sunday was daddy/daughter picnic day in the park which gave me a chance to have a little much-needed “me” time. When Scout is with her dad, she’s usually rocks a tomboy chic or very sporty look. They run and play so much that there’s no way I could put her in anything but something play worthy.

I recently found out that our friends from Kardashian Kids just launched in Nordstrom and we couldn’t be more thrilled for them! We had the chance to snag a few pieces from their summer collection and they’re adorable! I usually shop in both the boy and girl section to mix and match a little borrowed boy style. As usual, I give Scout the option of what outfit to pick and she went with the denim shirt. We can’t seem to get out of the house nowadays if there is not at least one piece of blue in her ensemble.  Below are a few of our favorites from this summer collection. Hope you love them as much as we do!

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Top: c/o Kardashian Kids, Stonewash Denim shirt, Shirt: c/o Kardashian Kids, Pleated Top, Pants: c/o Kardashian Kids, Yardage terry jogger pants, Shoes: Minnetonka fringe boot, Headband: c/o Milk and Soda, shop similar here, Necklace: c/o Tiny Blessings, Skinny Name Plaque, Necklace with Intials

*Some pieces of the Kardashian Kids Collection run larger than the standard size. Scout fits a size 3T and is wearing 24month denim top and pants, Size 3T top.

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  • Malyne
    Posted at 09:53h, 17 October Reply

    Sporty or tomboy look, and she still nails it. My girl likes tomboy looks because shes playful, so i just got some style tip on the same. The denim over the jogger pants, double check

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