A Trend I love for this Spring Season is Print-Mixing. I am seeing Print-Mixing being utilized as patchwork or by mixing prints together, like florals and classic shirting stripes, in unexpected and refreshing ways. This is a round-up of my favorite Spring Trends utilizing Print-Mixing for babiekins: scrunchies; flared dress; a paper doll; classic button-down; long skirt; romantic blouse; hoodie; belt bag and oversize collars. These Print-Mixed fashions are a little bohemian, a little refined, and full of youthful fun.
I can hardly believe it’s already 2019; another year has gone by as has another Pantone color. This years Pantone’s Color of The Year is Living Coral – “an animating and life-affirming coral hue with a golden undertone that energizes and enlivens with a softer edge.” Pantone’s Living Coral reminds me of beautiful coral reefs beneath the sea and I imagine more trends in 2019 will be influenced by the sea and it’s diverse kaleidoscope of color.
I personally love this warm and vibrant shade of Coral and will definitely be introducing Living Coral into my son’s wardrobe and decor (as well as my closet this year) which is why I decided to share round-ups of my favorite Living Coral goodies for both you & your babiekins!
Velvet is soft, plush and warm and is my favorite fabric for staying cozy this fall season. The velvet trend started last fall, continued into the early spring and has returned this fall in many of my favorite collections for babiekins. I have my eyes on a velvet jacket for myself and for my babiekin I love velvet sweatshirts, dresses, culottes, sneakers, home decor and accessories. Because velvet is so soft and cozy and looks lush in rich autumnal colors I think it will also become your babiekins favorite fabric for fall.
When our passion, our purpose and our surroundings collide– this is our greatest opportunity to become The Artist.
Clothing and Accessories: Efvva, Chapter 2 Kids, Gunner and Lux
Styling/Photography/Editing: Ginger Torrado @gbeloved
Location: Artpark — Lewiston, NY
Mural by: Chuck Tingley
Painted parking lot: Recreation of Gene Davis’ “Niagara 1979”