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Easter Dresses - Sister Style

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Easter is here and we are ready!  This is absolutely one of our favorite holidays.  Flowers, bright beautiful colors, and femininity all influence our fashion this time of year and we simply love it.  

Gracie and Lily love to pick out their own Easter dresses and while they don't tend to match completely, they do love to coordinate colors and styles for a very cool sisterly vibe.  They even chose the same shoe, just in a different shade!

Both girls have gravitated towards blues and flowers this Spring season so it was no surprise when they picked aqua dresses without hesitation.  The flower detail was an added bonus to help them coordinate their Easter look.  

A flower crown is always a good idea for Spring.  You can easily make your own with fresh flowers or pick up some silk flowers at a craft store.  It's a fun project and the girls love to see their finished product!

We love the lace detail of Gracie's dress.  The cut of this dress is perfect for tweens who are looking for…

Bold Black and White Fashion for Girls

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Classic black and white is a wardrobe favorite for us!  We actually love this look year round, but especially as we transition those winter wardrobes into spring.  The contrast and bold statement it makes is so much fun, and really perfect for any age.  Lily and Everleigh are pre-tweens, but we want to share ideas for girls of all ages from time to time and we absolutely love this look on our mini-fashionistas.  The girls gave their look a little edge with leather jackets and boots and we love how it turned out.  Classic, bold and Fun!  Add a wide brimmed hat or moto cap and the adorable factor goes even higher.  We love to keep the look playful at this age and we think the hats do just the trick.  You really can't go wrong when mixing black and white, which makes it an easy combo for younger girls to pull together on their own.  Whatever your style, we hope you are inspired by our black and white looks this Spring and make a go of it in your own wardrobe!  Thanks so much for sto…

Bohemian Cowgirl in Joyfolie

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Lace has withstood the test of time when it comes to fashion, but you don't have to be royalty to wear it!  This gorgeous red dress by Joyfolie, was our inspiration for a look we like to call "bohemian cowgirl."  A little princess, a little cowgirl and there you go...  A unique and beautiful vibe all it's own.  

We most often think of white or ivory when we think of lace, but it was love at first sight when we laid eyes on this red dress.  As our beloved Audrey Hepburn says "There's a shade of red for every woman."  This dress is even more stunning in person if you can believe it.  The details are gorgeous and the soft lining of the dress makes it so very comfortable for young girls.

Accessories can take a dress to a whole new level.  We think a hat truly makes this look, when it comes to the bohemian cowgirl vibe.  It's subtle neutral color doesn't take anything away from this beautiful lace dress.  A perfect match in our book.

Let's face it, …

Tie-Dye Trends for Tweens

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We love 70's fashion, and what tween doesn't love the look of vibrant, artsy prints in their wardrobe?  Tie-dye has made a come back and we're seeing it continue in to Spring 2018.  It is such a versatile and easy look for young girls, we just had to share some of our favorite ways to wear the trend this season.  We found these beloved prints at one of our on-line favorites, Jak and Peppar.  They have the some of THE most beautiful boho looks!  
A tie-dye tank or t-shirt is always a perfect staple for the casual spring and summer days ahead.  Throw on over a bathing suit and head to the beach or pool.  Pair it with denim shorts or skinnies and you've got an adorable look for a bike ride to the park or trip to the mall.  Love a simple solid maxi skirt or dress in Spring?  Pair it with a long tie-dye duster.  Easy, carefree, and oh so comfortable!  
What she's wearing: Gracie - Tie dye tank Lily - Tie dye duster
*Photo credit: the talented Leah Simpson of Leah S Photograp…