Girls Winter Fashion

AUTUMN GIRLS STYLE

Sweater // Skirt // Tights //
Tunic // Jeans // Boots
Hat // Scarf // Coat

We’ve been winter wardrobe organising here this past week, finally taking out the remnants of summer clothes and adding in some warmer layers. With three girls {as well as two neices who pass things down} we don’t have to buy too much. Obviously Lola lucks out as the eldest and has to have everything bought for her! The other two both have giant boxes of hand-me-downs waiting for them. That doesn’t stop us window shopping {or the occasional actual shopping for things we don’t really need but are too amazing to not buy!}

They all have their own style, and preferences but thankfully like a lot of the same stuff too. Come winter Baya will live in skirts and woolly tights as she doesn’t like jeans – she’s never been a trouser girl even as a baba. Kiki is happy in jeans or a skirt… somedays she’s a tomboy the next she’ll be waring a a party dress {as I write this she’s dressed as a witch…} Lola, as an almost-teenager, prefers jeans with a tunic top or an Iron Maiden t-shirt!

We’ve also just dug out the basket of hats, scarfs and gloves, pretty much an essential for the next few months here in the UK. Warm boots and winter coats are also ready to go… I’m in love with this gorgeous coat from H&M – I may have a box full in varying sizes, but I’m sure Baya needs one with ears no?! And those cat boots – if only they made them in my size!

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7 Comments

  1. November 5, 2014 / 19:25

    Its good to keep those little cuties snug and warm now the winter is on the way. Have a magical time x

  2. November 5, 2014 / 20:59

    As a mum of 6 year old girl twins this is really helpful. Some fabulous ideas here.

  3. November 6, 2014 / 09:42

    Ah I love the boots and coat. Cherry has that skirt in blue, you’ve just reminded me, she hasn’t worn it yet! x

  4. November 7, 2014 / 22:00

    Oh i love these winter inspired picks – how cute are the cosy boots and wolly hat and gloves – love them

    Laura x

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