I love dressing up my little girl, and our style is a little eclectic because I love mixing and matching what we have to come up with new outfits. Even when shopping for my little girl, I try to look for classic pieces that can be mixed up with other items in our closet for some unique looks. I also prefer not to dress her from head to toe in any particular style or from any one store, just to give our own little personality to the things we wear.
So well, with five girls in the house (mA), while we were with our family, you can imagine the amount of dressing up and taking pictures, that took place. I thought it would be fun to compile a little post on some ‘Anya and khala fashion’ from our little Pakistan break. Here it is. Hope you enjoy!
Look 1: Ready for some shopping around town.
Anya wears: Ruffle Cardigan: Children’s Place, Bubble shorts: H&M, Tights: Baby Gap, Shoes: Baby TOMS from Nordstrom
Look 2: Spending a day at an Uncle and Aunt’s beautiful farm.
Anya wears: Yellow Wool Coat: Outfitters Junior (a lovely local clothing line in Pakistan), a gift from Anya’s cousin. Hair accessory: Target
Day 3: Lazy day at home
Anya wears: Skinny jeans and Hooded jacket from Baby Gap
Look 4: Exploring Islamabad.
Anya wears: Dress: Nordstrom, Cardigan: Children’s Place, Coat: Old Navy, Tights: Gift, Boots: Gift from her Nadiya khala from London.
Look 5: Quick photo shoot by the mountains.
Anya wears: Pink ruffle dress: Baby Gap (Gift from an aunty), Sweater: Osh Kosh, Dotted tights: Old Navy, Silver pumps: found at Marshalls.
Look 6: At home
Anya wears: Striped dress: Osh Kosh, Sweater: Old Navy, Tights: Gift, Silver pumps: found at Marshalls
Look 7: Anya goes to a park.
Anya wears: Dress: Osh Kosh, Jacket and tights: Old Navy, Silver pumps: found at Marshalls, Hair clip: Target
Adorable, right? I sure think so and say a silent prayer in my heart when I see Anya with our lovelies! Maybe you noticed Nadiya and Waliya wearing the same outfit in at least one place? We have always shared our clothes with each other and sometimes we exchange our outfits/shoes/accessories when we meet. I quite love it. Makes us feel closer with each other.
Also I think we should have more baby fashion on the blog. What do you say? wink!
Thanks so much for stopping by.
(FYI: Khala is the urdu word for maternal aunt.)