If you’re wondering who the little girl in these photos is, so am I. What happened to my curly-haired little six-year-old? Last week, London and I had a girls’ outing for an overdue haircut. She got her hair blown out and straightened and she walked out looking like a pre-teen. I was struggling with how grown up she looked with her straight hair, but let me tell you, she was feeling herself. *Cue a sassy hair flip*
We decided to head down to the waterfront in DUMBO this weekend to document this fashion mini’s style. Silhouettes are changing not only in women’s fashion but also for little girls. Wide leg pants have been slowly creeping in to replace the skinny jeans trend, and I feel like it’s a much-needed change.
One of my favorite online sites, when I’m shopping for kiddie style, is Farfetch. I did some browsing and decided I had to snag some wide leg jeans for LS in a dark wash. These Moncler Kids wide leg jeans fit her perfectly and suddenly she was channeling her inner seventies star. Hellooo Farrah Fawcett.
I decided to pair the wide leg pants with a navy Moncler sweater with tulip sleeves. When I wear flares, I like to tuck in my shirt to balance proportions, and I did the same for my mini. You can style flares or wide legs with a blouse and flats for a girly look, or pair with a sweater and booties for a sportier aesthetic. I put London in this navy sweater with white stripe details. The ensemble gave off some nautical vibes, especially paired with the dark denim. Bell sleeves have been trending lately, and they looked especially cute on LS. The dramatic sleeves complemented the wide leg of the pants.
Finally, I decided to add a little shine to the look with metallic Chelsea booties with navy stripe details. A cream sailor cap (similar) polished off the nautical theme and paired well with her long straight locks. Look how long it is! She’s growing up so fast. Anyone know a way to make her grow back down again?
If you’ve got a mini fashionista in your life, funky flares or dramatic wide legs are fun trends to incorporate into her wardrobe.
This post was sponsored by Farfetch, but all opinions are 100% my own.