Cool Kid Style
Bib bandanas, hoodie capes; what will they come up with next?
Like our friends over at Tiny Sartorialist, Petit Vogue is powered by forward thinking people who want to spread some proper style-love to the kids. Petit Vogue is a kids’ style sharing community showcasing the latest in trends, international style scouts and designer news.
While “Vogue” may bring to mind killer heels and makeup, the blog is anything but superficial. Editor-in-Chief Ian Wilson believes that making style a part of your kids world will make their life more rich and fun. “It’s another part of how we can infuse our child’s lives with our own positive energy,” he says. “It starts them thinking about “different” as something new and exciting, rather than something alien and fearful. This manifests in them not being afraid of establishing their own identity, whatever it may be, and a readiness to accept others’ differences.” Read more...
The mom behind Tiny Sartorialist weighs in on the debate surrounding her blog
A recent article in Huffington Post revealed that kids’ fashion isn’t all fun and games. Photos of well-curated kids from the children’s fashion blog garnered a slew of passionate comments, ranging from outrage to avid support.
The naysayers were disturbed that toddler fashion is even a topic of discussion, claiming that parents devoting so much time to something so superficial is a sure sign our culture is doomed. At the opposite end of the spectrum were supporters who said that kids having great style is probably an indicator that parents also put as much care into every other aspect of their kids’ lives. Read more...
New Year's Eve
New Year’s Eve outfits for kids
New Year’s Eve is the best time to dress up your kids in fancy-pants outfits, because how often do you get to do that sort of thing? Sure, there’s the occasional wedding or birthday party. But New Year’s Eve is a time when you can get away with tops hats, tiny tuxes and more sequins than you can shake a stick at.
Tuxedo T-shirt, $20.99. Patent leather dress shoes, $35. Bow tie, $8.95. Red rose boutonniere, $15. Top hat (a must), $3.99.
Tiara, $2.99. Party shoes, $16.75. Nail polish, $10 for set of 3. Sequin party dress, $14. Gold purse, $14.
Photo by Geoff LMV via Flickr.