I’m so exited to share a recent project my friend Emily and I did. She and I both really like buying children’s clothes from an American company called “Tea”. Their clothes are so comfy and timeless. Between the two of us we have 10 kids, so we both have acquired quite a collection. I thought it would be fun to do a photo shoot to introduce you. Emily set up the the shoot, we dressed the kids up, gave them some toys to play with, and my friend started clicking away. I must warn you, this is cuteness overload….
Above we have Emily’s little 17 month old Aida in a Tea dress purchased in January. My 23 month old Natasha is sporting a Tea top from last fall. Her pants are from Carters, and the shoes are from the Children’s Place.
This is my favorite shot of Natasha holding on to that monkey. The monkey really belongs to my husband. Really. Purchased at Target.
Here is my 4 year old Lucille with the monkey. Her grey Tea top is actually a size 2T purchased this summer. I’m pretty sure this won’t fit Natasha for some time to come, so Lucille might as well enjoy it for a while. Her pants are from Nano, the ballet flat from Gymboree, and the pink hoodie from REI.
Here she is waiting for the monkey, she threw in the air, to come back down.
This is the pose she has been practicing for the photo shoot.
I bought this Tea top last fall size 3. So it is a little small but still works. The great thing about these tops is that you can wear them as dresses or as long sleeve tops over leggings. They have a longer life that way.
Ha, little Aida got a hold of the monkey. Her Tea dress was purchased in January. Aren’t her red shoes adorable? I wouldn’t mind owning a pair myself. Natasha’s top was bought last year.
Here is 3 year old Hanna on the right with an complete tea outfit. The pants match a lot of tops; we own a pair, too.
On Hanna: Tea outfit and Hanna Anderson clogs. Lucille’s Tea outfit was purchased last year.
This concludes the pre-school toddler session. I’ll be back next with some outfits for school aged kids. Stay tuned.