If you haven't read our "4 thoughtful gifts", you may want to read this blog post first.
"Something to wear" is now my 11 year olds favorite category in our gift giving. Here I'm going to showcase a few of our favorite apparel brands. Click on images to link to site.
I love the company's motto: SHE is the root of power. So, more power to you. My daughter and I both appreciate the simple and comfortable style of Athleta. It's our favorite brand to work out in and our favorite brand for school and work. Here are some new items we have our eyes on. The fun part for me is there are a few pieces that we share given some of these layered styles can go both ways, fitted or oversized.
This is my go-to when I need something unique for a special event or photo shoot for the kids. Love the clasic feel of the pieces I find at Zara.
All 6 of us love Toms. It's a hard brand to pass up when you know every purchase has a purpose. I think I've had mine for over 10 years and although they have holes I still can't toss them because there's something that feels okay about wearing Toms with holes. Just me? And the collection of sunglasses are beutiful!
Here's some random "something to wear" that I think could help with ideas.
Have you seen this ring? My active and handy husband could use one of these! I think my daughter will love this nail polish color. I recently saw this brand at a salon and it labeled itself as the "big 5 free nail polish" (a safer toxic free option). Shouldn't all socks be fun like these or these! Here's a bargain - for $6 I'll give the purse organizer concept a try. Yes, technically in my eyes that last one you do "wear".
That completes my shopping guide on "4 thoughtful gifts", Something to read, something you want, something you need and something to wear (the post you are on). I'm hopeful that Santa Clause is reading this blog because I'll be giving some ideas for stocking stuffers as we get closer to December.
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