Oh my, this one is an Universal Gift. It’s good for him because it will show him that you have a witty sense of humor. It’s good for her because it will entertain her and accessorize her. It’s good as a teen gift, it will show them that there are funny stuff from their parents’ past. Or you can show it to your baby, the colors and sparks will amuse them.
Can I have these two Junior Gaultier dresses in my size, please? Same price? They are stunning!
I love and hate winter. The air is too cold, you have to drive slower because of the weather conditions, etc. But hey, here is is the sweet part Biggest sales and biggest holidays season of the year is just around the corner. Do I have to think about projects to finish? Yeah, but I’ busy looking at tiered dresses for girls.
While it’s definitely fall weather around, we feel like dressing up and showing up our best style. The good news that you don’t need lots of money to get a new dress for your little one. Prices start from $35 for bright and cozy Hanna Andersson dress, go through Paper Wings, US Angels and Janie and Jack with the price tag up to $99 and end with Little Marc Jacobs and D&G retailing for $219. I cannot tell the price only by looking at the dress
Moncler for her is not as dressy as for kids this season. Less fur, but more details. If I could, I’d have kids version for myself, but they don’t offer. Well, there are still versions to want now. I like the furry one.
New Ralph Lauren collection is wonderful.
If you’re ready to fork out $400 or more for a kid’s winter jacket, go for Moncler. This year collection is awesome, I like both boys and girls colors. And, of course, it will do it’s job to protect your child from snow and wind, in the most stylish way.
I’m used to get lots of stuff in advance when I cannot resist sales or look. For example, I have Gap jean overalls in two sizes, just in case I’ll pick up on weight or decide to go for a loose fit This time I’m not ready for a rainy fall yet. I, for sure, hope for a fewer rainy days, but my toddler doesn’t. So I’d better to get ready sooner.