Vivi and Jules love…Vests!

Generally in Kansas City we have a pretty amazing fall. We usually get a mild October, and sometimes even November before we have to bust out the heavy outwear. I have found that Vests are the perfect transitional piece for everyone in our family; not to mention the kids actually like wearing them!

Vivi’s entire outfit is by Peas and Queues…a new line I found at The Little House in Fairway. I am obsessed, the quality and details are amazing. From the lining of the vest, to the double layer skirt (it’s green underneath) and bows on the leggings. It’s so nice to find a line that is unique and fun without being to frou-frou. (shoes by Mimi and Milo also from The Little House)

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Julian is getting to the age where “cute” doesn’t cut it…he wants big boy clothes. We love the line Appaman who makes this great plaid flannel shirt; I am digging the patches on the elbows which give it some edge! The olive green fleece vest is by The Bailey Boys and can also be monogrammed by The Little House.

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For these looks and more visit The Little House in Fairway. Or if you are out of town, give them a call…they ship anywhere in the US! 2808 W 53rd St, Fairway, KS 66205 (913) 236-9861

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3 comments

  1. Adorable!! I dont think my comment posted yesterday anyway…happy birthday!! I am excited to see where you are taking your blog, I am been so busy that I have had no time to blog about anything lately, I need to feel inspired. I love reading about the late thirties, mom and fashionistas (I mean we have lived a lot more life then the 20 year olds) and finally I have been on the hunt for the Joie Remy shoe, the last pair you blogged about yesterday is very similar I just might need to get those!!

    1. Thank you Jill! I didn’t see your other comment come through…also, do not by the Remy. I got it and returned it; not very good quality for an almost $300 shoe. These are a total steal, and I love them!

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