head to toe II

You guys loved last week’s skirt post and it got me thinking about a new series! Tell me what you think, but basically I’ll style a few outfits from head to toe each week! If you have outfits you’re trying to shop for drop me a comment or email and I can include it! And for those who asked, for 10 years – most of my twenties – I worked as a stylist! I was a fashion editor for a local magazine and worked with a commercial photographer as his stylist as well. Then I branched off to do freelance for different sites and projects and once I started Small Fry, I closed up shop! It’s been a huge part of my life and I am remembering how much work it really takes! But, so glad you liked last week and if it continues to be helpful I am all over it! So today is for the girls. I picture a spunky little thing who loves to get dressed up but has that tomboy edge, too!

Park Date

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These amazing culottes with a tucked in tee! Add these polka dot sneakers that will go with everything and a gingham headband + most darling purse ever. Polka dots gingham and basket purses are all big trends for Spring. Would I wear this outfit? Totally.

Pizza + a Movie

head to toe II Graphic retro tee + gingham trousers. Add in these perfect ankle strap flats and a fun accessory like these cherry clips!

School Day

head to toe II The loose fit on these pants + the fluttery top are a fresh easy going look that I don’t see often on girls, and she will love it! Add in a pop of color with these flats and she’ll feel extra studious with these faux glasses.

Going to a Game With Friends

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Dress with classic chucks might be my favorite combo on a little gal. Toss in a (gingham again) hat and these sporty socks peeking out. She’ll be the cutest little slugger in the stands!

A good stylist always has options so here are a few pieces I loved that didn’t make it into the outfits:

Comments

  1. Lindsey:
    on January 19, 2018 at 11:39 pm said:

    Loved these outfit ideas! Such great price points too. Thank you for this post – so helpful for my daughter.

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