Browsing: Kids Fashion

Review: SoCozy Hair Products for Kids

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Thank you to SoCozy for sponsoring this post. All opinions expressed are mine. Last year, our then-5th grader decided she wanted to go to sleepaway camp. We did a ton of research, received a lot of direct mail from all these camps and landed on one that we felt was perfect for the girls. I thought that was the hard part of the process. What I didn’t realize was all the STUFF we had to purchase! From sweatshirts, to soccer shin guards to shampoos, we had to buy it all. It’s like a rehearsal for college! Luckily, the one thing I didn’t have…

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Back to School Fall Style with Carters + $50 Giftcard Giveaway!

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When you think of high-quality, super-value kids clothes, which brands come to mind? For me, Carter’s has been a staple in in my wardrobe when both me and my brother were young kids. Personally, Carter’s is a fantastic choice for any family because of the amazing quality at even more amazing prices. And what’s new at Carter’s? It’s for big kids, too! Now they have sizes 7-12 at Carter’s in select stores and online.  What’s also great? Age-appropriate styles (we don’t need our kids to be growing up any faster!) that are on-trend for the mini-fashionista. For this back-to-school season…

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Ralph Lauren Fall 2014 Childrens Fashion Show Supporting Children’s Literacy

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The girls and I attended the Ralph Lauren Fall 2014 Childrens Fashion Show at the New York Public Library. The evening was not a normal fashion show. The evening was hosted by actress Uma Thurman and featured a live performance by the cast members of Broadway’s Tony Award-winning Matilda the Musical, based on the iconic Roald Dahl children’s novel. The runway show helped Ralph Lauren kick off a literacy program committed to boosting literacy for children in need by providing access to books. The Ralph Lauren Fall 2014 childrens fashion show featured 61 looks for boys and girls that were all age appropriate and wearable, from…

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Back-to-School Fashion with Ruum American Kids Wear

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This is a sponsored post. All opinions expressed are always mine. Shopping for back-to-school can be a little tough, especially when your little ones have a huge opinion on what they are going to where. Shopping, however, did get a bit easier with a new kids brand called Ruum American Kids Wear. For those in New York City, the nearest store is in West Nyack, but you can definitely shop online. (The sizes seem true-to-size based on my daughter.) Their styles are on-trend for the baby, toddler and tween set with pleather jackets and skirts, plaids, and a bit of…

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Polkadot What Leggings for Girls {+10% and 15% OFF Codes!}

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Our younger daughter, S, is the ultimate fashionista who marches to her very own stylish drummer. She doesn’t care what people think — she wears what she wants to wear. And that’s why we love her so much. And that is why she loves Polkadot What leggings. Ever since she got her very own pair, she has worn them non-stop with (almost) every outfit. In fact, today she wore her leggings AND wore them to bed; I couldn’t get them off of her! Why does she loves them so much? Because she actually got to “design” her own pair! What…

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Old Navy Kids and Baby Sale and Pin to Win Contest!

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Who doesn’t love a good sale? Like many of you, when I find a good sale, I like to stock up. Lucky for us, Old Navy has its Kids and Baby Sale that has all of its kids and baby apparel up to 40% off. That’s right, ALL of its kids and baby apparel, including accessories and shoes. With Spring right around the corner (the groundhog said so, right?) it’s the perfect time to purchase seasonal favorites.  Take a look at the video below featuring Nicole Feliciano from Momtrends, me, and some of my favorite New York City bloggers share our…

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Torly Kid Hosts a Crafts Festival to Save the New York Aquarium

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Torly Kid, a TriBeCa boutique that sells apparel, accessories and a curated selection of toys for tots to tweens, will host a crafts festival to raise funds for the New York Aquarium, which is still closed due to the damage caused by Hurricane Sandy. The fun kids event will take place on Sunday, January 26th at the Torly Kid store at 51 Hudson Street in TriBeCa. Your kids will take part in jewelry making, sea creature crafts, and face painting while learning about cool facts about the ocean and its sea life. For more information, go to Torly Kid’s website. Can’t…

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Lands’ End Outerwear is Perfect for Winter Activities and Skiing!

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We are big Lands End fans — especially for their kids outerwear and boots. Every year, it’s like clock-work at our apartment: every winter, around September or October, I buy the girls’ winter jackets, snow pants, fleece sweaters and boots. In the Spring, it’s time to buy their rain coats and rain boots.  This has happened for 9 years now, since O was a baby. Luckily, Lands End quality is so good that we are able to keep a lot of O’s outerwear and save it for S. Three reasons why we Love Lands End: Quality – We have kept coats…

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Triple Threat Mommy Holiday Gift Guide

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Presenting the First Annual Triple Threat Mommy Holiday Gift Guide for 2012. Below is a list of a few of my favorite things that I have used, wanted, and/or bought and I think they would make great gifts for you or your loved one. For Anyone: L.L. Bean’s Solar Emergency Weather Radio with Hand Crank: We have the version from 2001, but we didn’t use it until Hurricane Sandy, and boy were we lucky to have it. Without this hand-crank radio, we would not have had any idea what was going on during the time we had no electricity. We were…

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TriBeCa Small Businesses Celebrate Small Business Saturday

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A week from today, all of America will be rushing to the malls and department stores to purchase their holiday gifts. Instead of being a part of all of that craziness why not just take a short walk over to one of your small, local businesses to support American Express’ Small Business Saturday, taking place on November 24th, 2012 (that would be the day after Black Friday). Lower Manhattan is no exception. Nineteen TriBeCa merchants banded together to create a Small Business Saturday partnership and cross-promoted each other on the below flyer which includes a map of all the participating…

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Torly Kid in TriBeCa Hosts Artist Erik Johnson

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Torly Kid, the TriBeCa shop that is chock-full-of amazing apparel for tots to tween, is hosting Guest Artist, Erik Johnson. Third-generation artist, Johnson, creates timeless keepsake portraits — all original works of art cut freehand by looking at your child’s profile to get an exact likeness.  It’s the perfect gift for the holidays, so don’t miss your opportunity to experience this old and rare art form. Click this link to book your Erik Johnson Silhouette Portrait Appointment. Sunday, October 7th, 2012 Torly Kid 51 Hudson Street (near Duane Street) Appointments are every 5 minutes from 11am – 5pm $25.00 per…

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The Perfect Skinny Jeans for Girls

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Unlike moms everywhere, I actually don’t do my back-to-school shopping before school starts. I do it a few weeks after school has started. The reason? It’s usually warm here in New York City when school starts, so our girls end up wearing their summer clothes which they are perfectly fine with. But once the weather starts to get cooler, that’s when I start kicking the back-to-school shopping into high gear. The one thing that I always end up shopping for is The Perfect Skinny Jeans for girls. This fall, to my delight, it didn’t take me too long to find…

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