Thursday, 11 September 2014

What they wore #9

Taking a look at what the girls have been wearing this week and linking up to  Trendy Thursday, a weekly linky hosted by Medicated Follower  and Mothergeek's Trendy Tot Thursday, for bloggers who love to show off their children's style.

Just the one outfit to share this week:


 Cardigan - Marks & Spencer / tunic and leggings - TK Maxx

E is really hating standing for the camera at the moment so its a case of snapping a pic before she moves again! I love this tunic and leggings set, unfortunately you cannot see it very well but that is an embroidered giraffe on the front. With the mustard detailing on the top I thought it paired well with this gorgeous cardi from Marks & Spencer (if you were to tell my 20 year old self that one day I would love Marks & Spencer, I would have laughed at you).
Its a shame about the clashing pink shoes but I refuse to buy too many pairs of shoes for her whilst her feet are growing so quickly!


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7 comments

  1. What a cute cardi. I love that kind of mustard yellow. You know from my post how I'm also finding it hard to get photos! It doesn't seem to get much easier as they get older either...

    Thanks for linking!
    x

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  2. She's so cute, That cardi is awesome. Perfect autumn colour.

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  3. I am loving the card, looks so autumnal xx
    came by from trendy thursday

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  4. Loving the outfit. Very autumnal feel especially with the leaves in the background. Thank you very much for linking up #TT_Thursday

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  5. Haha it is so difficult to get good outfit photos of toddlers - they are far too fast! :) #TrendyThursday

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  6. My 20 year old self would have laughed at the thought of shopping in M&S too - but I love it as well! I am also a HUGE fan of Mustard!! Lovely outfit! Thanks for joining in with #TT_Thursday

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