Fashionable Choices for Childrens Clothing

1 Mar

Moms, are you having trouble keeping up with modern fashions when it comes to childrens clothing.

Well, you don't need to be a fashionista to know what's fashionable and up to date need not mean dressing children inappropriately for work, school or play.

You have more choices and more opinions to be guided by than ever before…and probably more variety.

Educate yourself to make the right choices but let your own tastes and values lead you as well.

The choices you make not only say a great deal about you but will teach your children the importance of making good decisions right down to the clothing they wear.

When it comes time for them to choose their own fashion it may not mirror your own choices but rest assured their decisions will be informed by the thoughtful selections you make for them in their young lives.

For tips on how to choose appropriate clothing for a tween girl, Angela Garcia of eHow suggests:

  • Avoid passing fads. You'll save money in the long run.
  • Watch for printed T's. Make sure the message they communicate is appropriate.
  • Limit the selection. Don't give your children the option of making unacceptable choices.

Above all, Garcia recommends refusing to budge on your personal standards and using them as your compass.

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4 Responses to “Fashionable Choices for Childrens Clothing”

  1. James Monroe April 13, 2010 at 5:34 am #

    Thanks for the site link, Julie! While I don’t doubt the author’s gay, I do question his fashion sense based on that dreadful picture he’s using. Looks like they cropped out he part of the picture where he’s holding up a series of numbers. Just say yes to the dress Shawn!

  2. Jewelry April 17, 2010 at 5:49 am #

    The choices you make not only say a great deal about you but will teach your children the importance of making good decisions right down to the clothing they wear.

  3. Julie Dillinger April 12, 2010 at 4:45 pm #

    Fantastic tips! And kudos to jewelry-weblog for being liberal enough to bring in a gay edge to the site. Looking forward to more of your posts!

  4. Julie Dillinger April 13, 2010 at 7:31 am #

    There’s no need for homophobia on the site. And haven’t you ever heard of having ‘a look’, James?!? Watch some Bravo shows and you’ll see what I’m talking about. Carsten from Queer Eye sometimes dresses in quirky ways, but that’s his ‘look’. I like Mr. Hessinger’s look because its no doubt meant to look intentionally business-like and I think it looks fierce! :)

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