605 MXN – prefresh.com
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We’re back! More than a week away, a huge project becoming more real as the weeks pass and I have almost no time to write! But I wanted to stop for a bit and share with you these cute photos of ivi’s first time (this year) at the pool!
I’m actually counting it as the first time given that it’s actually the first time she plays more in the water and has notion of what’s going on… 😛 Actually everytime she sees these pictures she runs to the door and asks me to take her to the pool 😀 …so I’m guessing she loved it!
Now, as with every post, here are some recommendations on swimuits for your baby girl. What do I recommend in terms on trends? I prefer one-pieces instead of bikinis for this specific age, since they still have that cute baby belly and a two-piece would probably be rolling up constantly, becoming a bit uncomfortable. Talking about prints, I must say (as I said it before in other posts) florals are super strong this season, yet also I’ve been seing digital prints with photographs of objects or sunsets, and they look amazing! And last but not least ruffles, always consider ruffles for this season either in swimwear and regular clothing.
You know i’m sort of an Old Navy fan, in fact ivi’s swimsuit on these pics is from there… Here are some shopping options for your baby’s swimwear:
Which one you liked the most? Let me know and don’t forget to follow us @fallingforivi on Instagram! xo 😉
As fashionista.com reported, overalls are still in for Spring 2016. Obviously, the site is referring to the use of overalls on women, yet it’s a great excuse for little girls to take advantage of this trend as well!
This piece is great for multiple ocassions and so matchable! Made normally out of denim, which combines with almost everything, fits perfectly for an afternoon walk, a day at the park, running errands… you name it!
In our case we went to a small town near the city to have some lunch and walk around las Sunday. We bought this little guitar in a small artisan market at the main plaza, and ivi went crazy about it immediately!
Above all things, I love weekends because it’s when we enjoy family time at its best. And of course, ivi as smiley and fun to be around as it is, makes us want the weekend to come even sooner!
Here are some great options on overalls for your little girls to wear, hope you like them as I do!
So, which one is your favorite? Let me know! And don’t forget to follow us on Instagram, @fallingforivi …have a great one!
Farmers’ markets, design markets, food truck festivals, flea markets… there are just too many new options to go out and wanderlust nowadays, so perhaps you may wonder which would be the best outfits to pull out in any event of this kind.
If your city is hot as hell as ours now is, chances of wearing a cool blazer, a scarf or pairing boots even with shorts are nearly unthinkable. Yet, there are fresh and chic options to wear.
I prepared a small group of ideas of what your baby can wear when going to a local market market in a seriously hot day. Let me know your go-to option!
1 THE SHORT JUMPSUIT
As I mentioned in a past post, the jumpsuit is a great option for this season. In terms of going to an outdoors event like these, this garment is super comfy, and normally comes with pretty cool prints.
2 THE MAXI DRESS
A super fresh option, and chic as ever! Almost all maxidress options that you may find have awesome prints and girly details, with a great flowy look! Check out this gorgeous Old Navy option:
3 THE DENIM ROMPER
This may not be the lightest option, yet is the easiest to wear and combine. Denim by itself doesn’t need much to feel like a complete look, and if it already has added details like the embroidery on this River Island mini example, your baby will be pretty much good to go.
4 THE ALL-COTTON JUMPER
Mostly a really simple option, but with the right accesories (a cool backpack or statement shoes) this garment becomes the easiest to wear and also the freshest option! This June & January option I found is great.
Don’t forget to let me know your favorite, and follow us on Instagram @fallingforivi… until next time, adiós!
Yes I know, stripes (and perhaps dots) are the most used pattern for baby clothing. Sweet, thin, straight lines in every color… they’re the easiest to combine, plus they get the outfit completed easily.
Aren’t you tired of those though? I find them way to basic… And with the stripe trend present this season, let’s just not go for the obvious, standard stripe and get creative! Vertical lines, “hand-drawn” maybe, or a mix combo of stripes in different weights may work to look a bit more chic.
I gather 3 different ways for you baby girl to wear stripes, along with some pics of ivi wearing a fresh striped dress. Check it out!
Check out this striped print items:
Which one is your favorite? Comment below and follow us on Instagram, @fallingforivi …have a great and chic weekend!
When talking about Spring items to dress your baby girl, options are plenty, yet somehow is the dress a common choice when it comes to get a little bit dressier.
Sometimes though, I believe that a romper is a great option to dress up your girl and at the same time give her some freedom in terms of movement.
On last Weekend’s photoshoot, we just couldn’t waste the beautiful scenario of a perfect sunny day and the hanging flowers we arranged. That’s why we took some more pictures of ivi wearing a beautiful romper from Zara baby. Take a look!
Stay tuned for more fashion tips and more pics of pretty ivi! And don’t forget to follow us on Instagram @fallingforivi… Ciao!
So sorry for missing my regular Tuesday post! The truth is, I’ve been crazy busy preparing a big project coming ahead, you’ll love it! I needed to write though, or at least share with you these pics of ivi wearing her new off-the-shoulder top… which brings me to the big question: are you on board with this trend for babies/toddlers or not?
Let me tell you my first impression, it is a bit challenging to keep the look immaculate… kids are kids and they move A LOT, we all know that, so probably this isn’t the right trend for them …until I saw the outcome of the pictures, she looks gorgeous!!
In order to use this trend, make sure you find a style with straps on the shoulders and/or loose elastic ruffles, otherwise your baby will just be using the top as a regular strap one (the ruffles all curled up to the shoulders 😛 ).
So what’s it gonna be, yay or nay? Check out ivi’s photos and 3 other styles I found for you to shop and let me know!
Shop off the shoulder items:
Crew & Lu off the shoulder dress, $49 USD
River Island mini bardot top, $24 USD
Old Navy off the shoulder dress, $24.94 USD
So yesterday we went to the park, with a new blouse I made for ivi, out of a jungle printed fabric I love… Too soon for jungle fever? neh, don’t think so… Too weird to find jungle in the middle of the park? Don’t think so either! 😛
My girl surely had a lot of fun at the park, she loves running around so this was like a dream for her haha
What I love about this blouse is the Peter Pan inspired neck detail and the front bow. I made a bit longer than a normal shirt, I actually used a former dress pattern I made for her a few months ago, can you believe that now can be used as a blouse pattern? …Babies grow up so fast!
Inspired on this jungle look I create a couple of Polyvore sets with this same theme, make sure to check them out ahead of this post! And now take a look on the pics:
Hope to see you soon, keep in touch on Instagram, @fallingforivi …have a great one!