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Can you even believe that the holidays are HERE?! This year has just seemed to fly by, even more of a reminder to slow down and appreciate the more important things in life. There are so many things I love about the holidays; spending time with family, creating lasting family memories and traditions, and seeing my kids’ eyes light up at all the holiday magic. This past weekend (was a cold one for Florida!) we headed over to the Christmas Tree Farm to check out all the beautiful trees and wreaths. The kids were dressed in head to toe Crazy 8 outfits to keep them stylish and warm.
We love to plan holiday activities on the weekends and I want my kids to be comfortable enough to play all day in their clothes, but look stylish at the same time. Crazy 8 has some of the CUTEST styles for boys and girls at AFFORDABLE prices. I know we can all appreciate quality, reasonably priced clothing for our kids since they just seem to grow so much.
Holiday Styles for Girls
The most important factor when picking out clothes for my kids is that it fits their own personal style. My daughter feels the best when she wears dresses. I love this adorable empire waist floral dress with a fun, ruffle 3/4 sleeve. It fits true to size and she loves the print! I love that you can dress it up with a pair of shimmery flats, like the gold knot flats currently under $15, or down with a pair of boots. For the cooler weather this weekend, she wore the softest ever sherpa coat and pom-pom sweater beanie. She might possibly live in this coat for all of our chilly morning commutes to school. The beanie is the cutest in a soft pink color.
Holiday Styles for Boys
My little guy is more of a casual dude. He likes being comfy and more recently…in the nude at home lol. This weekend he stayed warm in these adorable olive green utility pants (currently BOGO and under $25!) paired with a basic thermal (under $8 and available in different colors and patterns). I’m dying over these chukka boots too! They’re great for winter and keeping little toes warm along with the cozy sherpa lined cord jacket. I love snagging basics for him and being able to mix and match quality pieces to save money. The Chukka Boots got a little wet with the farm mud and brushed clean when they dried off! Any shoe that can withstand adventures with my kids is quality to me!
Have you selected holiday outfits for your kids? I’d love to hear what you look for when selecting clothing for your kids!