Happy Day-After-Mother’s Day! Did you have a good one? Mine was just swell.
Tea’s motto is “globally-inspired children’s clothes for little citizens of the world,” and it’s totally evident in their clothing. Every season usually revolves around visits to a certain country, and although some of their items are a bit too pattern-y (is that a word?) for me personally, they always have a good grouping of simple, colorful pieces that are perfect for my family.
Now, my son is pretty open to letting me choose his clothing. I mean, he couldn’t care less…just give him a tee and shorts and he’s good.
Take a look.
These pieces are what I’m drawn to time and time again. Great colors, simple patterns (such as stripes) and shoe brands that are tried and true. Wito is wearing the Coastal Stripe Tee, the Patch Pocket Shorts, and the Old Skool Vans. We also are huge fans of the Colorblock Explorer Tees.
Wita, on the other hand, is a little more opinionated (read: a complete pain in the rump) when it comes to her daily outfits. It’s very important the SHE picks everything out, and that’s when Tea comes in very handy. You see, most of their items can be mix-and-matched, so when presented with, let’s say, six tops and six bottoms, any choice she makes will end up looking cute and not at all like a hobo. See where I’m going here? Cute? Yes. Hobo? No.
Now, my other plan of attack involves rompers. It’s much harder to fall into the hobo trap when you’re dealing with a one-piece that involves shorts. See, Wita! It’s not just a dress needing an extra pair of leggings or tights! It has built-in pants! Shut the closet door! WE’RE DONE HERE.
Also, rompers. I mean, how cute is a romper? I want to wear a romper. I realize this is probably not the best idea.
So! My lovely and amazing friends at Tea are offering a $150 gift card to one lucky reader, and I’m giving you ample ways to enter. The giveaway ends on Monday, May 20th at 12:00am PST, and I’ll email the winner the following day. Good luck, you all!
Tea Collection provided me a gift card which I used to purchase the clothes featured in the photos. Thanks so much to Tea for the fabulous duds!