Happy Monday, all! It is officially back to school week where we live and all our last minute shopping has fallen to the next few days. In our last post with GapKids we got a great start with awesome basics, but we were quickly reminded how fast Autumn falls upon us when we had a couple cold-spell days this last week. Luckily all their pieces transition so seamlessly from season to season! With the simple addition of knit tights, a jacket, scarves and mittens, our kiddos can easily wear their GapKids finds in the few remaining sweltering hot days of August all the way through the year.
For Zoey’s second back to school look she wanted to be “cozy” and GapKids has so many options in their activewear line that fit the bill! Fleece slim sweat pants and a Quilted Varsity Jacket are basically pajamas but put them with these AMAZING suede sneaker boots and she looks polished and cool!
For Quinn, there were so many awesome options for outwear, but this quilted bomber is so great! The gray color goes with everything and it is thick and warm but not bulky!
Want to see more? As a Small Fry team we often send links to Gap’s latest commercials and little promotional films, they always knock it out of the park. This new shoppable ad is no different! You can actually click on pieces throughout the promo and it will automatically save them to your queue for later! Super cool. Watch the promo right here!
And now for the contest we mentioned in this post’s title! If you’ve ever been told or thought your kids would make perfect Gap models, today is your lucky day. GapKids has created a way to share your cute kiddos’ photos on your favorite social network and simultaneously enter to be the next window model for GapKids next year! All you have to do is submit your child’s photo via Facebook, or Instagram and Gap will pick 4 winners to model. Click HERE to submit your little model!
Disclosure: This post was sponsored by GapKids through their partnership with POPSUGAR Select. While we were compensated to write a post about GapKids, all opinions are our own.