Hi girls! It’s me, London. I always get a lot of attention for my unique sense of style and it has really motivated me to share my eye for fashion with the world. Even though I am only 2.5 years old I’d say I am fairly confident in my wardrobe choices and I like to work it whether I am out with my mom or playing it low key at my house. You should see the look on mom’s face when I make an appearance in a new outfit selection. She never knows what I am going to choose and then to top it off I give her one of my sassy faces or strike a graceful pose. I always hear mom talking about how I’m NOT photogenic and that I couldn’t be more awkward but I know if people are always snapping pictures of me I must be doing something right. It takes a lot more than ruffles and forward color combinations to impress my dad though so I venture into moms repertoire of makeup and THEN I have his attention. I’m not sure how long it will take mom to get a clue and lock up her makeup and jewelry but until then I will gladly help myself.
Shall I break down this weeks ensemble? The statement I’m going for here is layers! I started with a casual but versatile kelly green racerback tank from old navy and then added new color and texture with a lavender ruffle romper. Rompers are super trendy right now so I mixed it up by only wearing one strap for an off the shoulder look. Now, I have super skinny legs and virtually no butt now that I am out of diapers so I added some visual volume around my hips and thighs with a black pettiskirt with a ruffled teal trim. Can I get a “what! what!”? I toally lucked out when mom left her makeup bag just low enough for me to get to so I used one of her new brown eyeshadows on my cheeks for contouring and lip gloss on my eyelids for some shine. Hot! I had to wash the makeup off once dad caught site of me but at least I didn’t have to dress down in that boring stuff they keep buying for me at Target. So there you have it, what I wore according to me, London. Feel free to copy, I get that imitation is an indirect form of flattery
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