Wednesday, April 21, 2010

Bean Fashion

I cannot wait to dress up my little girl and although I've wanted to go on a shopping spree solely to  purchase adorable syrupy sweet clothing for the bean, I've hesitated. One of the biggest reasons being I cannot find things I'm absolutely in love with. I do have to admit it's very hard to resist every and any itty bitty article of clothing I come across. Seriously, who can resist? But, there's always the thought in the back of my head that says, "Really, another pink article of clothing?!" I'm not a pink hater on others and their little girls; it's just not me. I've never really been a fan of pink. Greens, yellows, and blues have always been my favorite colors.

So, my confession...I don't want my baby girl to only wear pink. I do love touches of the perfect pink, but just like her nursery, I want her wardrobe to be cute, soothing, sweet, delicate, light, feminine, and airy. Oh, and of course very stylish. This is where Makié comes in. I am in love with EVERYTHING on their site! Too bad their clothing just won't fit with this mama's budget. But, if I could, I totally would. I think I'm going to have to start learning how to sew teeny weeny clothing. They look easy enough. Right?




Really, I just die looking at those adorable outfits!


Stephanie said...

Hey Nancy,
I agree those outfits are absolutely adorable, but super expensive! $96 for a dress for a newborn?! I'm not trying to burst your bubble or anything but from my experience you do not want to spend a lot of money on nice clothes for a baby, unless you just want to take a quick picture and change clothes. Why? A) They spit up, B) they have a diaper blowout and completely stain your nice outfit, C) they grow out of their clothes too fast.

That website has cashmere hoodies! You definitely do not want anything that cannot be machine washed because guaranteed the stains. Oh my gosh the stains.

Also, because you're holding them all the time, t-shirts are very impractical. They're always riding up, and you spend all this time tugging them back down. Onesies are still our best bet with Charlotte. Maybe when she's actually walking I'll consider shirts and blouses. My two cents.

Nancy E. J. said...

Ha! Stephanie, I am sooo not buying any of that clothing. I saw those prices and mentioned in my post there is no way I'll be buying any of those clothes. I just think they are adorable! I'm definitely sticking to super cutie onesies, little leggings, and sweet pretty tops. =)

mrs shortcake said...

Oh! Oh! Those are SO SWEET!

Future Mama said...

LOVE your taste!! Oh man, I wish I was rich and could afford that!! sooo cute!!