I thought it might be fun to start a weekly series called We Want Wednesday where I share current favorites for myself and Holden. Since this week has started to finally feel like fall here in San Diego, we have finally been able to break out the sweaters and I now have winter attire and holiday festivities on the brain. Here are a few favorites on our shopping wish lists.
i teamed up with the lovely and stylish blakely, editor of eloise and me and mama to the adorable little rosie, to get a different take on boy style. we swapped guest posts and shared what our littles would wear if they were of he opposite sex in a fun "if i had a girl/if i had a boy..." post. i adore the classic look blakely put together for the little mister which includes some great pieces for fall.
herringbone driver hat - little men are too cute in hats!
quilted jacket- a great piece for fall
baseball tee - softest and comfiest peek kids tee.
high-top sneakers - such a darling take on a classic shoe
yellow chinos - great staple pant
i absolutely love styling kiddos, but as a mama to a boy, mind almost always revolves boys clothing (which i love), so it was really fun to put together an outfit for a little girl for a change. below is a sneak peek at my "if i had a girl" look, but head over to eloise and me for all of the outfit details and a corresponding mama outfit too (because you know i just can't help myself).
all images via my ode to summer pinterest board
remember holden's first ice cream experience here? well, i am so glad we waited so long to introduce him to his father's beloved food because he is obsessed. if he could, he would eat ice cream for every meal and he has started saying often that random objects look like ice cream when they clearly do not (he must be daydreaming about it all day long). we have been making it a fun summertime treat and i think a true ice cream experience would involve a trip to the ice cream truck, but i can't find one anywhere! a visit to the ice cream truck seems to sum up childhood in the summertime as it holds a certain nostalgia for those carefree, warm summer evenings. since i haven't been able to find any ice cream trucks in the neighborhood, i've found a few cardboard ones on pinterest (here, here, and here) that i'm thinking about attempting thinking that a cardboard one will probably end up being more fun for holden than the real thing (a quick stop at a moving truck versus hours of fun with mama).
and you can check out our last "get the look" mama-and-son-date post here