Thursday Moda #164: Mother and Daughter Easter Looks.
Hey there Spring, you are looking good! I just need to wear more skirts, dresses, rompers and jumpsuits and shoot them. Easier said than done, let me tell you. Meanwhile, since last Sunday was Easter, I decided to share the Mommy and Me Easter Looks dated back two years ago, from April 16th 2017 to be exact. You might have seen a snippet or two of these outfits when they were actually worn, when I posted them on Instagram. But IRL I just edited these photos so these outfits are brand-new to the blog. My sweet and very little (she was only 4 at the time) Vivian and I are wearing Gorgeous Peplum-Hem Dresses by the Victoria Beckham line that was sold at Target two springs ago. Let's take a better look at these...
MOTHER AND DAUGHTER EASTER LOOKS.
First of all how adorable is my sweet little Vivian in this gorgeous Colorblocked Yellow and Aqua Dress?! Can I have it in my size?! Such a beautiful statement-making Summer dress. Lucky for my petite sweetie, this dress fits Vivian still so I will make sure she wears it at least 3 times over this Summer. Paired with White Tights and her Mint+White Polka Dot Bunny Bag and her Polka Dot Yellow Bow Barrette on her hair, this little dressy outfit is perfect for a little girl for Easter. It was only in the 60s so it needed a cardigan as a layer. Matching mommy in the peplum hemline of the dress and with her own Leopard Cardigan, we decided to wear these almost identical leopard cardis. Vivian's is from Wal Mart and I need to replace it. She has had it since she was 2.5 years old. Mine is close to a decade old and it is from White House Black Market. While a little black dress might not had been anyone's first choice to wear for Easter, this one is springy cause it has that infamous calla lillies print that Victoria Beckham had in her collection from Target in a few of her pieces. Plus I added pops of color via the Orange Saddle Bag and matching Orange Sunglasses. I also dressed up this look with lots of jewelry: many rings and two stretchy crystal bracelets - some of these pieces have colorful stones. But if you notice my Silver Spiky Statement Necklace matches the Spiky 360 Stud Earrings. I like that Vivian and I were sort of matching (with our Black Ballet Flats and our Leopard Cardigans) yet had our own individual looks. What do you think of these Mother and Daughter Easter Looks?! Our actual Easter Dresses/Outfits that we wore this past Sunday will be blogged, soon. The weather was similar, quite warm and sunny in the 60s. Stay tuned. =))
Thank you to all of you who stopped by last week not only to link up your outfits but also for your honest thoughts on my plaid pants I asked you about which, honestly - I hate. You all had valid reasons why I should keep them or toss them and I like you all's comments saying that at the end of the day if a person feels awful in an item no matter what someone else says, they should do what their gut tells them to. Life is too short to wear ugly clothes! Speaking of clothes, you linked a lot of outfits that were Eastern-inspired and definitely not ugly. Look at those unique denim jackets/blazers and the very unique way they were styled! I also see beach vibes and pretty straw bags. Below are my favorites.
Kathrine has many reasons to be a personal shopper. Her 'Easter Sunday Dress' is in a vibrant fuchsia, with a hi-lo hem and she spiced it up with emerald heels and that fun woven straw bag.
Jessica is a minimalist full of style. That 'Oversized Denim Jacket and Wide Leg Crop Pants' were a perfect combo. Love this outfit paired with camel accents.
In a 'Sleeveless Cropped Jumpsuit', Darlene chose to wear Millennial Pink -which remains the color of the decade - and paired it with a circle straw bag.
Jodie gave tips on 'Styling Sneaker Outfits with a Dress'. Her outfit is an everyday casual Summer uniform for me. Her rainbow dress goes with everything but I loved that she went for crisp white sneaks!
Show those curves and legs, Kate. Rocking her olive crochet-trimmed swimsuit, this fashionista mama did her 'Monday Coffee Catch Up'. Nice read!
Last but most definitely my most favorite look of the entire week belonged to Nora. Hers was 'A Pretty Easter Sunday Look' - the prettiest. The floral print and colors of her midi dress are magnifique and I love it with the bat-sleeve coral cardigan.