Looks for You and Your Mini

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Knit looks by  James Street

Knit looks by James Street

Every ensemble I wear tends to be tonal. To me, dressing tonal is chic and immediately makes any look polished without having to put much thought into getting dressed. The act of putting together a monochrome look and then seeing it on myself is extremely therapeutic. There’s just something about the simplicity that puts me at ease.

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Lounging looks by  ARQ

Lounging looks by ARQ

Ever since I had Noah, I began matching my tonal looks with him.

It began as this adorable idea and then developed into a bonding experience. He loves talking to me about how we’re matching and even helps pick out which matching look we should both wear. As a mother, having this connection with my son over something that has always brought me joy is the most beautiful thing.

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Here is a list of 5 designers who offer matching pieces for you and your minis:

  1. James Street

  2. ARQ

  3. Nico Nico

  4. Babaa Knitwear

  5. Rudy Jude

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