We at Taylor Joelle have been on the hunt for awesome kid’s fashion sites to learn from and pass along to all of our followers. We don’t claim to be know-it-alls when it comes to fashion and are always on the look out for resources to follow the trends and be fashion forward. Along this journey, we are finding some really great sites and blogs that will be a great resource for all of you as well. When we feature these sites for you, it won’t just be a link share. We will tell you a little about the site and why we love it, then we are going to interview the site authors, after all, they are the fashion experts.
This look was put together by MiaMoo Designs to coordinate with their Grey Sophistication Necklace. The pants are gap skinny jeans, the top is by Matilda Jane, the vest is from kokoblushandcompany.com/ and the shoes are from Joyfolie.
I started MiaMoo Designs 4 years ago when my Mia was just 2. I started out making hair clips for her and had a lot of people ask where I got them and if I sold them. It was a fun hobby and was fun to make a little extra money while my husband attended school. I also made burp cloth gift sets to go with the hair accessories, and then started making skirts and dresses. I mostly handmade things for my girls and would post them to my blog where I would get occasional sales. I made Mia her first chunky necklace 3 years ago, and it was then that I really found my niche! I love designing necklaces that will make a statement. With amazing accessories a basic wardrobe can be transformed!
We are big into skinny jeans, funky tights and ruffled leggings under dresses and skirts in this house The right pair of boots and flats are also a must! I like my girls to look fashionable and put together while being comfortable and functional at the same time so they can still play. I think navy and green will be popular colors as well as mustard. I seem to be leaning towards monochromatic looks with a statement necklace for my girls.
All of my inspiration started with my girls. I am, however, inspired by color, clothing, and textures when designing my jewelry. My biggest goal is to continue to reinvent myself while designing, and to always keep my designs unique and fresh.
Do you have any advice for parents when it comes to shopping for their children’s clothing?