The humble beginnings of Chelsea’s wool tailored jacket. It’s a brown houndstooth with corduroy collar. The construction is impecable. Just wait until I share photos of it finished. I could easily see a dapper little lad sporting this number a la Brooks Brothers (can totally see it hanging in their flagship store.)
Casey’s surrealist jacket and pants set. There’s also a cute matching top and pant set under there! Casey isn’t afraid to push the boundaries of style for Children, innovation is very important in this industry.
Made a bow for my dress! Was a hair accessory, but now it’s actually going on my dress, haha.
Ivy’s Boy look in part.
Jihaeng’s skirt and leggings. Sparkles and grommets!
Casey’s Cotton Inc. garment for Boy. Gingham checks in varied sizes. It’s that touch of whimsy that brings a Boys garment from basic to brillant. I think she executed that well. And the coordinating cotton twill pant, which I do believe sports some fantastic white topstitching.