Taylor Joelle striped ruffle shorts are comfy and stylish. Perfect with a solid color top and a fun chunky necklace. Made in the USA. Stripes are the way to go this year! Sizes range from 18 months – 10 years!
It’s almost here! The release of our Black Tie collection is tomorrow!!! Bows are all the rage right now! Want to create inexpensive, adorable DIY bow cuff bracelets? They will coordinate perfectly for your daughter with the Taylor Joelle Black Tie collection, or can be worn by you to coordinate with her! We have seen quite a few tutorials on Pinterest including a leather version, fabric version, and more. Since they are DIY, you can choose black, white, pink or mint to coordinate perfectly with the collection. Here are a few of our favorites. Just click on the links under the photos to see tutorials.
Peter Pan Collar material is more stiff. It is a ponte knit with lace overtop. Not a thin wrinkly material.
We are just days away from the release of our Black Tie Collection, which features an adorable bow print! We came across some adorable DIY Bow Necklace ideas on Pinterest that would coordinate perfectly with this collection for your daughter to wear, or even for you to wear to coordinate with her! Since they are DIY, you can create them in black, white, pink or mint to match! Just follow the links under the photos to see tutorials.
Children are the ideal focus for street style blog posts because they are so natural, they wear what they like without much worry about what anyone else thinks. They use their style as a way to express themselves, rather than fit in with the trends like most adults try to do. Kids can dress without rules or worrying about what is “in style” at the time. They can get away with so much more when it comes to fashion!
It’s Monday! That means it’s time for another Children’s Style Guide. This week we are featuring a summer look for your daughter to coordinate with Taylor Joelle Shorites, coming soon to taylorjoelle.com. We know that you will be inspired!
Ever heard of Annie Sloan chalk paint? Furniture painting seems to be the thing to do these days, and Annie Sloan makes it incredibly easy with her chalk paint. Got some free time on your hand? Here’s a challenge. Find an old piece of furniture you have around the house, could be a bedside table, a chair, a dresser, book shelf etc. Don’t have any furniture lying around you want to change? Head over to your local thrift shop, or check out the yard sales in your area.
Here’s a picture of the table I decided to paint:
Step 1: Clean the surface of your furniture with a soapy rag and dry surface
Step 2: Start covering the area with the chalk paint of your choice. No priming needed! This table has a laminate top, can you believe it? I was able to paint this laminate table with no priming.
Step 3: If it needs another coat, do that. Chalk paint shouldn’t need nearly as many coats regular paint. This drys super fast (takes about 20 minutes).
Step 4: Time to wax. I use clear wax. Use Annie Sloan’s wax over top of the paint. As you wax an area, buff it with a towel or a cloth. If you don’t buff it, the surface will stay pretty sticky.
Step 5: Let it sit a few days to cure. And here is my finished table.
Can you believe what a transformation that is? Videos and more guided information can be found here:
My mom, is hooked on chalk paint. Here are a few images of what she has completed:
I love this paint because I am expecting a baby, and it is pretty much odor free, so I do not feel like it’s unsafe for the baby.
Can you even handle how adorable the accessories from the Black Tie photo shoot are? The wonderful companies that created them are offering you a chance to WIN accessories that coordinate with the collection!