Tuesday, August 11, 2015

Guest Post: Shea on Remixing Pattern Shorts and Cute Toddler Pictures.

Hey guys. While you read this I am just settling in during the first few days back in Michigan, catching up with my family and Vivian is probably being spoiled a ton lol. But I am continuing with my fabulous Guest Posts. Today we got another Mommy Blogger here and we are both new moms to toddlers born in 2013. Say hello to Shea. I like to think as new moms to very busy, active toddlers Shea and I have not only similar styles but similar life-styles as well. I, just like Shea, have been living in my Shorts this Summer,  so way to go Shea. Shea always looks so put-together even when she is at her most casual. She is one Elegant Toddler Mom.

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Hi Elegance and Mommyhood readers! I'm Shea from Shea Lennon and I'm so happy to be here on Ada's blog today. Like Ada, I'm the mom to a toddler; my son Jona will be two in just a few days. As a busy working mom, I need a wardrobe filled with pieces that work hard for me.

For hot summer weekends in Kansas City, I've been living in shorts. I love this patterned pair because they're so easy to dress up or down. Here are two ways I've been wearing my shorts lately.


One of our favorite things to do as a family any time of year, but especially summer, is eat. (Well, Jona's not a great eater, but I'm hoping he'll realize his true eating potential in time.) Kansas City is home to lots of amazing restaurants, and this look is perfect for a family lunch date at one of our favorite spots. 


Chambray shirt: Madewell | orange print shorts: Loft | necklace: c/o eNVe Designs | braid belt: Loft | wedge sandals: Old Navy

Another thing we like to do in the summertime is visit the farmers's market. We try to go early in the morning before it gets too hot, and Jona always enjoys seeing the food, the flowers, and of course the people. 


Striped blouse: J.Crew Factory | orange print shorts: Loft | brown braid belt: Loft | sandals: Target




On Jona: nautical print polo: Carter's | orange shorts; hand-me-downs | sandals: Gap Outlet

What's your favorite summer activity? 
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Oh Shea, you styled those adorable orange shorts so well. I am a huge fan of pattern-mixing as you know so the second outfit wins me over a little more, especially since Shea is coordinating with her Handsome Jona and you all know I love coordinating with my Vivian. But I also am a huge fan of the Look of a tucked-in Chambray Shirt with Shorts. Shea's Sandals (both pairs) are so cute here. And Shea my friend - I feel you - Vivian is not a good eater, either.

Thank you for stopping by today. Now, go visit Shea.




12 comments:

  1. I always love seeing pieces remixed. great post!

    Amy Ann
    Straight A Style

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  2. Thanks so much Ada for having me guest post today! I hope you're settling back in nicely!

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  3. Aw both of you look great! I am becoming so accepting of pattern mixing and love coming up with ideas. Thanks for guest posting Shea!
    Rachel xo

    Garay Treasures

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  4. Love both of these looks, but she definitely won my heart over with the pattern mixing! Hope you and family are doing well Ada! <3

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  5. Very nice to meet you! Your baby is precious! I love the shorts paired with a chambray top!! So cute! Susan

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  6. I love pattern mixing! Those orange shorts with the striped shirt is such a cool outfit.

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  7. How fun! Love the gap outlet sandals!
    www.amemoryofus.com

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  8. Patterned shorts are the best! I rarely wear my denim cut offs anymore :) Your son is adorable! I am close to Kansas City, in St. Louis!

    Hope Michigan is treating you well, Ada!

    Carrie
    curlycraftymom.com

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  9. These shorts are so chic and I adore the color! Jona looks like one charming kid. :) Hope you are doing well Ada!

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  10. Love to see pieces remixed...love it with the chambray top!

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