I may have already worn these flats a few times, but I love how they add fun to a pretty simple outfit. And…”super mom tip gone bad” I mentioned before my dislike of taking things to the drycleaner (who has time?!), and my frequent tossing of “dry clean only” items in the wash. Well, this sweater is 100% cashmere. I’d washed it on gentle before and it came out great! Then…it accidentally went into the dryer. Wah wah wah 😦 I’m actually ok with the length, but am totally bummed that it’s more of a traditional turtleneck than the cowl neck it was before… Oh, well. I got it on the cheap off eBay (about 90% off!), so I guess I can’t cry over it too much…
All that said. I layered a little boho tank underneath so it wasn’t too short with these very tight skinny jeans. I am SO buying the size up on these when Maya finally grows out of them!! For $6, I LOVE THEM!
Tank Top- Target old (similar here and here)
Shoes- (thrifted) but similar here and cheaper here.
Top- Genuine Kids by OshKosh (purchased on sale at Target similar here.
Sweater- Janie and Jack (thrifted, but similar here
Super Mom tip *edited*
For the most part, I wash my cashmere sweaters in the wash on “wool delicate”, but make sure you keep an eagle eye out for when the load is done. Someone might help and throw it in the dryer 😉 This does NOT work well with regular wool or cashmere blends. That will fit your child when you are done, which I guess could be a super mom tip on how to find sweaters for you child 🙂