Wednesday, September 24, 2008

Fashionista


Ladies and gentlemen, The Rachel Chronicles brings you the very latest in toddler fashion.

In gathering her ensemble Monday morning, Miss Ting Ting first insisted on wearing the exact same top and skirt she had worn the previous Friday. Her stylist at first objected, but Miss Ting Ting has strong confidence in her own fashion instincts, so the stylist quickly relented. Miss Ting Ting put on the matching socks her stylist offered, but in a fresh interpretation of the ordinary, she pulled them up to her knees instead of cuffing them demurely above her ankles. Then, in a shockingly brilliant move, she chose headgear and footwear in an insect theme. Note the bold use of primary colors to offset the pale green outfit. She wears the bumblebee hat rakishly askew so that the bee appears to be searching for a new source of pollen and ignoring the sweetness right beneath him. The famous ladybug slippers complete the ensemble, which is all tied together with a non-designer bag that looks amazing like a sack full of trinkets she might have won at a recent carnival. It's definitely NOT what all the other girls are wearing these days.

(Yes, I let her wear it to daycare -- oh, yes, I did -- although I put a pair of regular shoes in her cubby so she could go onto the playground. And when she was strapped into the car seat, I managed to distract her long enough to cuff the socks. But you pick your battles on Monday mornings, and this one was too cute to fight about.)

6 comments:

A. said...

You have to appreciate someone so confident in her own style! So cute!

Dawn said...

Wayyyy too cute!!! Oh and you'd be surprised how many little ones would follow her fashion lead if only their mommies would let them!!!!

Beverly said...

beautiful she has a mind of her own. Glenys used to do that with her socks when she wore them and drove me crazy!!

Dori's Mommy (Diana) said...

Very fashionable!

Anonymous said...

Should one of our fashion students volunteer to work with Ting Ting in an independent study? Grins from Margaret

prechrswife said...

Priceless!