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Sunday, August 09, 2009

Style Piccoli

So finally I get to share the shoot I did for Style Piccoli with my kids and their friends. Claudia (above) is such a ham and a natural model. I would just tell her the concept of the character and she somehow just got it. I used to shoot kids a lot more, but I'm such a big kid that I could never get them to sit still or stop jumping on me long enough to get the shot.

Comments on "Style Piccoli"


Anonymous Anonymous said ... (10:02 AM) : 

so cute! love the backgrounds and how these children are so clearly kids, not small adults.


Anonymous Anonymous said ... (10:03 AM) : 



Blogger Girl - Personal Stylist said ... (10:07 AM) : 

Soooo cut!!! :)


Blogger Saretta said ... (10:09 AM) : 

they're so lovely!


Anonymous Elaine said ... (10:09 AM) : 

These are wonderful. I especially like the one with you and a byline in the right, with the shadows on your suit. The children are adorable. The first photo with the pigtails, hightops, hat and expression is my favorite.


Blogger Cristi Silva said ... (10:10 AM) : 

So rad!the girl with the hats has so much personality! Her stance, the way she is sitting. The Grouch tee is awesome with a smile!

I hesitate to post pictures I love of my son. I should reconsider possibly. Thanks! CS


Anonymous manuela said ... (10:13 AM) : 

i don't know about that, i myself find kids who are posing like that a bit creepy...


Blogger James Jean said ... (10:15 AM) : 

Awesome!! And you became your own muse too?...and Isabella makes a cameo. This one has got to be my favorite post of them all.


Blogger Soren Lorensen said ... (10:16 AM) : 

I love a gap-toothed smile any day


Blogger manandboys said ... (10:21 AM) : 

im still waiting for your book to arrive. i pre-order it at amazon :(


Blogger fikrifayi said ... (10:21 AM) : 

great work!


Anonymous Pedro Herrero. said ... (10:25 AM) : 

So stylish children... They should be on Milk Magazine!

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Blogger Rosie Unknown said ... (10:27 AM) : 

I adore! Love the first shot!


Blogger Roman Dennis said ... (10:29 AM) : 

awww fashionable kids are the best love it


Blogger The Clever Pup said ... (10:31 AM) : 

I really like the outfit on your daughter - the one with the jean shirt - But on an adult. Posing kids like this is kind of creepy.

I'm also depressed you didn't find anything to shoot in Toronto.


Anonymous Yokoo said ... (10:35 AM) : 

I'm not sure who the girl is in the second photo (may be your daughter) but she is my new style inspiration!


Anonymous Hannah said ... (10:36 AM) : 

I love these shots! Partly because the concept is so cute, but mostly because they pull off the outfits so well - it looks totally natural!


Blogger Unknown said ... (10:38 AM) : 

Claudia is adorable!I love the fact that they are wearing hats!:-))). You did great job! Fantastic pictures.


Anonymous Anonymous said ... (10:40 AM) : 

First Pic: Why so serious???


Blogger LYNN and HORST said ... (10:44 AM) : 

this girl is wow
is there already a bit of evilness in her eyes?


Anonymous Antonio Barros said ... (10:53 AM) : 

The first girl is so cute!!!

Lovely pictures


Anonymous Ray Chu said ... (10:58 AM) : 

such angsty little kids! haha great pictures, scott! I love the picture with the floppy fedora, chambray shirt, and bean boots. The neckerchief adds some attitude, while the pants draw the eye. it's all about balance! I was dressed more or less the same the other day but something was missing- checked pants!

Can't wait to get my own copy of the book!


Blogger Cloud 10 By LV said ... (11:04 AM) : 

Hahahaha they're so cute man I love this one. Good job Scott.


Blogger JESSICA TAGHAP said ... (11:04 AM) : 


D'you mind if I repost this on my blog? Perhaps just one picture, with a link to your blog?



Blogger kaś said ... (11:08 AM) : 

Oh, I don't know. This is really cute, fashionable, and well-done as always, but it kind of weirds me out how these kids are already so conscious of their self-images, which I don't think is something little girls should be worrying about at that age. Let kids be kids, no?


Blogger Jillian Hobbs said ... (11:09 AM) : 

so young and so stylish! thank you for sharing as always!


Blogger The Sartorialist said ... (11:14 AM) : 

for Kas
this isn't their self image, this is them playing a part - a role. They totally understood the idea of taking on the persona of an explorer or hipster. I just wish we would have found a tiny frilly dress at the flea market so Claudia to play Princess in one shot.


Anonymous taken root said ... (11:26 AM) : 

those kids look sooooooo chic!!!!

ahhh love it! the first little girl has so much swagger


Blogger Market Twenty Seven said ... (11:36 AM) : 

gorgeous pictures! i love those kids!


Anonymous Ian L said ... (11:42 AM) : 

Love it Scott! Very cool!


Anonymous Anonymous said ... (11:42 AM) : 

how cute is the first picture!


Blogger lets play a game like musical statues said ... (11:45 AM) : 

wow, these shots are fabulous! The kids are actually great models, I adore it!!


Anonymous Anonymous said ... (11:46 AM) : 

so, do you enjoy walking around town taking pictures of little children?

haha, just kidding.Cool pics.


Anonymous Joan said ... (11:46 AM) : 

Adorable--I love the second picture!


Blogger Tanya said ... (11:55 AM) : 

Fun photos. It's interesting how these photos are like a Rorschach test for commenters. Some see creepy, others see kids very adept at mimicry, just having fun. I think these girls are hitting that age where they WANT to put on outfits and pose like little grown-ups. I haven't forgotten trying on my mom's clothes when I was 9, 10, 11, and prancing around in supposedly "grown up" poses.


Blogger diane said ... (12:04 PM) : 

What a joy to be able to photograph children, and you do it really well (of course you do). Your daughter is jaw-dropping beautiful.


Blogger Stefan said ... (12:04 PM) : 

What intense captures!

I'm of the opinion that children are much wiser beings that we give them credit for. Such maturity in these poses.

Rock on.


Blogger Youngest Indie said ... (12:40 PM) : 

Omg... This is great!!!


Blogger Lions, Tigers and Fashion OH MY! said ... (12:53 PM) : 

they are adorable!


Anonymous Jason said ... (12:53 PM) : 

love these shots! you have totally captured the fun and innocence of being a child. you can see each kid exploring their future with their poses. that is what being a kid is and this is what dress up should look like!


Blogger kahartland said ... (12:57 PM) : 

oh my god! she is incredible! its pretty funny/cool how awesome at modeling she is. shes gotta be like, 6!


Blogger Daphne said ... (1:07 PM) : 

I LOVE this! Congratulations on a beautiful spread. These kids are fantastic! So beautiful and such models already! I think the best photos generally come out of having fun. We all need to return to our care free, uninhibited days. Bravo


Blogger Pearl Westwood said ... (1:09 PM) : 

I am surprised by some of the comments, I used to have fun when I was a kid going to jumble sales then coming home, making outfits up and then we would put on shows and stuff, it was FUN! My mum has a whole bunch of photos of us kids posing and playing 'grown ups'. I love this post it brings back good memories and its nice to see kids having fun.


Blogger american dream said ... (1:17 PM) : 

she is totally model!!


Blogger Rafe New York said ... (1:23 PM) : 

awwww, super kawaii! it's amazing how kids can be play pretend so easily without any inhibitions. look at them giving you all this attitude....adorable.


Blogger Phill Grooms said ... (1:24 PM) : 

I REALLY REALLY love it. Ditto on a well done not making them look like mini adults.


Anonymous Anonymous said ... (1:29 PM) : 

this is amazing.


Anonymous Anonymous said ... (1:30 PM) : 

Claudia looks amazing. Both outfits are equally sick. You should definitely post more kids pictures. Or even create a whole new "The Sartorialist Kids" site.


Blogger sd said ... (1:32 PM) : 

haha aw..that's kinda awesome haha


Blogger Ashley said ... (1:41 PM) : 

Omg your kids are naturals!!! You will def. be getting calls from some top kids clothing stores v. soon!


Anonymous Thaina said ... (1:56 PM) : 

OMG, they are so cute and so adorable! I dream the day I'll have a child of my own to make something like this.


Blogger M. said ... (2:08 PM) : 

Wondeful! I love your job.


Blogger Erin Nicole said ... (2:24 PM) : 

so cute!!! they are all beautiful!


Blogger Clo by Clau! said ... (2:29 PM) : 

They are so cute, spacially the 1st one :)


Blogger даша понедельник said ... (2:30 PM) : 

wow! so stylish!


Anonymous Emma Howard said ... (2:42 PM) : 

The children are beautiful & so artistically photographed.

Your short hair in your bio photo is a very strong look for you.


Anonymous Jacquelyn said ... (2:43 PM) : 

Cute! I love to see kids dressed in stylish clothing and not just t shirts with characters.


Blogger Cassaundra said ... (2:46 PM) : 

how wonderful!


Anonymous Sean said ... (3:01 PM) : 

I really love your blog Sart, but I really don't get this one. This is not what makes a kid a stylish kid to me. They are dressed like grown ups just in smaller sizes. Where are the elements of style, that make kids style so special? I mean, the shoes are "perfectly" untied und not kids way untied. What happened to "effordlessly"?
Still nice photos.wonderful kids.


Blogger Catherine Lacey said ... (3:19 PM) : 

Makes me want to get pregnant.


Blogger Celine said ... (3:35 PM) : 

oh my gosh!

they don't even qualify for a bank account and yet they dress like a million dollars!


Blogger toto said ... (3:36 PM) : 

awww so sweet! I can't beleave that these kids dress like that, they are so stylish....


Blogger Abuela Rocker said ... (3:48 PM) : 

they do look cute, but i'm starting to wonder wheter they should dress acording to their age, I mean if they are using this kind of clothes now, what will entretain them in the future?
Same that going clubbing at a very young age...


Blogger Therese said ... (3:58 PM) : 

love it:)


Anonymous Lip Gloss and Mane Toss said ... (4:01 PM) : 

These kids look so urban chic, I love it. There's a lot of adults that could take a cue from their style.



Anonymous Lip Gloss and Mane Toss said ... (4:02 PM) : 

These kids have such a downtown chic vibe, I love it; some adults could take a cue from their style.



Anonymous Bibi in wonderland said ... (4:13 PM) : 

So difficult to shoot children preserving their innocence, without having them transformed in little adults.. marvellous job!


Anonymous Anonymous said ... (4:18 PM) : 

this makes me wonder, how come noone makes something like this for a magazine more often? they put clothes on all kinds of people, but not on children.

imagine a girl in a dior gown and a crown? sweet!


Blogger caknitter said ... (4:26 PM) : 

the kids are adorable!!


Anonymous Anonymous said ... (4:31 PM) : 

In a word? ENDEARING.


Blogger Anita Puksic said ... (5:14 PM) : 

I love colours, joy and happiness on pictures.

Peace and love!


Anonymous Queen of the East said ... (5:16 PM) : 

Ah Scott! I've been enjoying your photos for a few years now and these photos are certainly my favorites. So much ease, nothing contrived. Brilliant, simply brilliant.


Anonymous Esmoquin room said ... (5:20 PM) : 

Great, wonderful. I want to be kid again!!



Anonymous Anonymous said ... (6:15 PM) : 

In a word: phenomenal.


Blogger ScottieinaCanoe said ... (6:15 PM) : 

Oh my. Both of your daughters have your eyes, but your oldest is you to a T! I think the photographs and the children are lovely.


Blogger Mom Fashion World said ... (6:48 PM) : 



Blogger Neezy said ... (6:51 PM) : 

These are great!... You the man Schuman!....


Blogger B. Boo said ... (6:52 PM) : 

czech out this kid!


Blogger Honeybunches of Roses said ... (7:31 PM) : 

your pictures are not only amazing but inspirational. I can also feel the fun and the emotion behind the picture. You've got talent!


Blogger Regina said ... (7:43 PM) : 

Great pics...strong Schuman genes! Beautiful!


Anonymous Anonymous said ... (7:50 PM) : 

I love how kids are so unaffected. They really don't give a damn and more than anything that's what I love about them!

P.S. I just recently came into possession of plaid jeans just like those above. What's even better is they were free from Macy's Children! YAY for kids and clothes!



Blogger Rachel @ The Haute Notes said ... (8:54 PM) : 

This is absolutely amazing. Such fabulous kids!


Blogger Spend Or Splurge said ... (10:02 PM) : 

i love the denim top


Blogger Christina of Profresh Style said ... (11:29 PM) : 

oh my goodness; how adorably fantastic is this.
great and amazing job!



Blogger Elaine said ... (12:17 AM) : 

I love this! This has to be my favorite post to date. I would love to see more children's-street-style. They are so true to themselves and so pure it's nice to see the fashion choices they make.


Blogger wayanx's said ... (12:38 AM) : 

this picture for me is going to tell us about "every little child must have their style"


Blogger Sanna Björn said ... (12:38 AM) : 

Amazing pics!!! Kids are never easy to shoot.... Totally love the background and the styling of the kids! Beautiful


Blogger Maia said ... (1:00 AM) : 

As the mother of a raving beauty, incurable tomboy, and natural fashion plate all rolled into one, this is my favorite set yet! I absolutely adore it. Your kids are wonderful.


Anonymous Anonymous said ... (1:11 AM) : 

What is "Style Piccoli?" Is it a print magazine? Online? How can I get a copy? Love these photos!


Anonymous tom said ... (1:54 AM) : 

pants, pants, pants


Blogger DENNI said ... (2:39 AM) : 





Blogger Unknown said ... (2:42 AM) : 

~great genes! :)


Anonymous Anonymous said ... (4:51 AM) : 

Gorgeous pictures! i love those kids!

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Anonymous Chilford Hall Wedding Venue said ... (5:09 AM) : 

Nice kiddies i always like's kids. They are realy very nice kid's in a cute picture shot with a supportable background.


Blogger 50two said ... (7:27 AM) : 

they remind me of little miss sunshine :)


Anonymous Denise - Just Pink said ... (7:33 AM) : 

How cute! Those kids look amazing! Wow


Anonymous Anonymous said ... (7:53 AM) : 

I could never get them to sit still or stop jumping on me long enough to get the shot.
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Anonymous deedee said ... (8:04 AM) : 

I'd rather see kids who have obviously chosen their own clothes, rather than over-styled, precocious mini-adults. They're cute kids, sure, but it would have been more interesting and fun in my opinion, if all the clothes for the shoot were presented to them in a heap just to see what they would have pulled out on their own.


Anonymous Pam said ... (8:26 AM) : 

walked by the SABA store today in sydney and was excited to see your work as their window display! =D


Anonymous said ... (9:15 AM) : 

Looks nice, but what about not closing your shirt around the wrists? Did the buttons fell of or is it stylish?



Blogger Kinder said ... (9:21 AM) : 

So CUTE!!!!!!!!!!!


Blogger nevermind said ... (9:32 AM) : 

i don't mean to spoil the party, but i think kids should be left to enjoy this period of relative self-consciousness. God knows, it doesn't last long. I think it's awful that the fashion world has encroached on that, putting them in magazines and evaluating their "style." It also has a very detrimental effect on other kids, who aren't as cool, who aren't so wealthy, and who aren't as adulated and adored by their parents. They are just kids. Leave them alone. Buy them a book on bird-watching instead. Teach them to play chess. Feed the ducks in the park.


Blogger Rosa said ... (9:51 AM) : 

This is incredible! You have such an ibality to make anyone look like a supermodel! xxx


Blogger miss sophie said ... (10:29 AM) : 

they're adorable!! mini sartorialists all :D


Anonymous pandora said ... (12:06 PM) : 

I agree with nevermind although I think he/she mean (un)selfconciousness


Blogger Cesc said ... (2:01 PM) : 

Such cute lil fashionistas!



Blogger Kwil said ... (2:08 PM) : 

I agree that they look like mini adults. It's just weird to me. I didn't look like this as a child... when parts were played, I threw on bits of halloween costumes, mom or dad's clothes or other things lying around the house (baskets, ribbons, xmas things, dads fishing gear). I looked like a mess of imagination. My style, likes and dislikes were still developing. My personality was shaping. To me, this looks over-styled and unnatural.


Blogger Style Geek said ... (3:14 PM) : 

You're right about Claudia being a natural model. I've never seen a kid look so cool and collected in front of a camera. :)
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Blogger Unknown said ... (3:25 PM) : 

Cute photos! Where can I find the poster/photo of Diana Ross in the 4th frame?


Blogger Bonita said ... (3:36 PM) : 

I kind of feel what nevermind is saying. But perhaps maybe these kids enjoy dressing up rather than fashion itself? Maybe it's actually a game for them over looking a certain way.

I do wonder whether they actually picked the clothes themselves and have an adult adjusted the clothing for them. Because if you do let them dress on their own, that's definitely the fun part!


Blogger Love + Cake said ... (3:40 PM) : 

omg, this is SO fabulous!! I love the second picture!! SOoo cute! :)



Blogger nevermind said ... (4:31 PM) : 

I did. Thank you pandora.


Anonymous Sophie said ... (5:25 PM) : 

And what about shooting the kids while they're jumping if it's how they behave?


Blogger Unknown said ... (5:49 PM) : 

these kids are a natural!


Blogger Jo said ... (5:52 PM) : 

Those kids are better put together than I am on most days! I love it! They're too cute!


Blogger Not your goddess said ... (6:43 PM) : 

waaayyy cool!


Blogger The Sartorialist said ... (8:13 PM) : 

For nevermind

You raise some very tricky issues.
I hate to ask the question but do have kids?

Parenting is a very touchy/tricky subject. I wrote three responses to your post and erased all of them. It will just create an overheated discussion that really isn't right for this blog. I will just say that my kids both get straight A's in school. For them, expressing style and learning chess are not an either/or concept.


Anonymous holly said ... (9:14 PM) : 

I agree with 50two Little Miss Sunshine...they are precious


Blogger nevermind said ... (9:27 PM) : 

I do have a kid, but he's not as old as yours.

The "teach them to play chess" comment was a bit silly on my part, so let's erase that one.

My main point is that one of the best parts about being a kid is the glorious freedom of not feeling looked at, having your appearance judged (even if it's positively), not caring where your shoes were bought, and generally feeling UNself-conscious.

I myself love clothes and expressing myself through them etc. But it is absurd and naive to assert that that's all it's about. No-- when we look in the mirror, we think about not just what we see, but what others will see, what they will think. We assess editorials in terms of which current trends will work for our bodies, in our lives. We eye people up on the subway, critiquing all the time. Why?

I'm sorry, but worrying about whether your belt matches your shoes is as much about expressing yourself as it is about fitting in with the herd.

And I think a kid should spend as much time as possible developing a connection with themselves that's a bit deeper than worrying about how they look and what adults are going to think of their "personal style." They have plenty of time to enter the herd, and once they do, there's no going back, unfortunately.

I did not mean to suggest you were a bad parent-- I'm sorry you read me that way. It's actually great that you can involve your children in your work. I'm just commenting on the photos and on the larger significance of the fashion scene's growing interest in kids.


Blogger Hannah said ... (9:52 PM) : 

the little girl trying on the tie looks way beyond her years. and those cheeks!!


Anonymous Anonymous said ... (10:02 PM) : 

Absolutely brilliant. You all had fun creating the looks/scenes, and that's great; but what I really noticed is that (to my eye, at least) the kids don't look manipulated into being miniature adults, nor do they look forced into being cutesy little kids - such looks always seem so insipid and overused. Instead, these kids seem to be showing us that they have their own personalities and are developing their own interests. I really love it - you did a great job!


Blogger Joy Mars said ... (10:12 PM) : 

Nature is a genius. It makes kids adorable so we'll spend blood, sweat and tears -- and equal amounts of money -- raising them.

To life!


Blogger hi-d said ... (11:44 PM) : 

Love the Kiddos! So cute! More, more! :)


Anonymous Anonymous said ... (2:27 AM) : 

hey these kids are cute but, most all children are. the pic of you made me wonder how you are doing. you said some of your kids are here in the snaps which made me think of you as a father and then well, about how you are doing without your father. it's a long transition and I hope that you are doing well.


Anonymous Anonymous said ... (5:07 AM) : 

is this your daughter? if so, she has your eyes :-)


Anonymous Anonymous said ... (9:12 AM) : 

First thing in the morning, before the caffeine had kicked-in, I mis-comprehended the reference as 'Style Spicoli,' a-la-Jeff!, Ha, ha, ... (just a little levity.)


Anonymous Anonymous said ... (9:46 AM) : 

kids rocking it
you capturing it
perfect combination


Anonymous Anonymous said ... (10:20 AM) : 

I really don't like the first two shots. They're just too unnatural. The children are adorable and so are the outfits but I don't think children (or anyone for that matter) needs to make such a concerted effort to look good... The ones with the girl taking photos look great though! Kids can be so spontaneous and live in their own little worlds... if you can capture that I think it's so much more natural and beautiful!


Blogger Lick The Stars said ... (11:34 AM) : 

this looks amazing. i think it is one of my favorites. i love that these look like kids and they are not overly sexualized. kids love clothes and dress just as much if not more than adults. they really know how to have fun with it, i am happy you showed that.


Blogger hayleysherie said ... (3:50 AM) : 

love this. kids are so cool. they just know, don't they?


Blogger Beverly said ... (5:18 AM) : 

i really like this because you're letting the kids be themselfs but also adding a touch of style to it. It doesn't seem like mini adults because it depends on how the parents are. are they stage parents ya know stuff like that? but these are beautiful photos and im pretty sure the kids had fun too! just because they pose in photos and actually care about what they wear doesn't mean they're loosing their youth. im 16 and im the biggest kid ever although i still am haha but these are lovely photos and i love you blog! :)


Anonymous chris jovan said ... (10:16 AM) : 

kids have crazy swag!
love it...



Anonymous Anonymous said ... (1:53 PM) : 

so cuteeeeeeee


Blogger Lauren Larsen & Carrie White said ... (2:52 PM) : 

Love this shoot. I like the fact that it's done in a way to make these little kids seem so mature and adult, shopping the flea markets as though they've worked the industry for decades and know exactly which pieces to go for. It's sort of eerie, but that's what I also love about it.


Anonymous de Marco said ... (5:49 PM) : 

The "duck boots" and the high-top sneakers are hideous, but everything else is fantastic! Bravi.


Anonymous Crystal said ... (7:20 PM) : 

Love this shoot! The kids are adorable, and are better dressed than me. LOL


Anonymous Anonymous said ... (10:15 PM) : 

Adorable! I absolutely love the colour block sweater in the very last pic.


Anonymous ROXY MARJ said ... (1:15 AM) : 

I LOOOOOOOVE this! Please do an off-shoot of The Sartorialist for kids!!! You can call it "Kinderlist" :[) cute eh!? ahahah lol but really, think about it! Children are my BIGGEST inspiration...they don't over adults ---- I miss being a kid... :/


Anonymous Celita.. said ... (2:22 PM) : 

OMG I can't believe some of these comment. These people clearly have no little girls in their lives.My daughter and her friends would all dress up and have a show for our neighbourhood & all were around this age .They loved it. This is what a lot of little girls like to do .....Loved all these shots...


Blogger Unknown said ... (4:55 PM) : 

what a way to start a resume~! looks great~

these kids will have some good memories when they get older~

Hey Scott, maybe your daughter can later be your meal ticket LOL

(it's not that you're doing bad yourself though ;)


Anonymous Anonymous said ... (8:45 PM) : 

They're so cute and stylish! :)


Blogger *~Yvonne~* said ... (2:41 AM) : 

They're so innocent and lovely!


Anonymous Jacy Park said ... (3:25 AM) : 

sooooooo! Cute!!


Anonymous Mariana Bonaparte said ... (1:21 PM) : 

Awesome as always! Love children


Blogger Anastasia said ... (9:56 PM) : 

really cool Sart - what flea market is this? is it in NY?


Blogger christie said ... (1:23 AM) : 

Where are these kids hiding and where can I get one of them?!?!?


Blogger trinity said ... (1:29 AM) : 

The little girl with the pigtails and hat has so much pizazz, you just have to love her.

The only thing I would change are the sneakers as I feel they pull the attention away from the rest of the shot.


Blogger gabriela kane said ... (10:27 PM) : 

those girls have awesome style


Blogger Unknown said ... (2:10 PM) : 

Style Piccoli is sitting on a row of U.S. Army "parachute bags". They are worn by paratroopers under their webbing straps as they jump, then unfolded and used to stuff in the deflated parachute canopy after landing. (Which is in part self-evident, I suppose). And, as here, they're scooped up by many, many other people who've got stuff to stuff. "Airborne!"


Blogger Meg said ... (12:50 PM) : 

surprisingly i love the children more than the adults, just because it's so unexpected to see them so stylish


Anonymous Ivy said ... (3:55 PM) : 

super, super, super! <3


Blogger clareassiral said ... (11:12 PM) : 

really stylish looking kids


Blogger Unknown said ... (4:58 PM) : 



Blogger tolu samaiye aka Tamaye said ... (5:30 AM) : 

this is beautiful, n creative. wud like to follow up ur blog.


Anonymous Anonymous said ... (3:57 PM) : 

what brand are those bean boots?
the LL Bean ones look different (a different sole amongst other things).


Anonymous Anonymous said ... (11:59 AM) : 

i'm loving this littel girl! she's looking great


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Anonymous Anonymous said ... (8:12 AM) : 

I love the second photo of the girl with the floppy brown hat and boots. Such attitude.


Blogger Laurence MacSween : said ... (10:07 PM) : 

Would love to know where those bean boots come from.... a virtual prize for anyone who can find out....


Blogger Duke De Silver (Senior) said ... (5:32 AM) : 

That is the cutest set of photos I've seen since my little neices birthday.


Anonymous Anonymous said ... (1:45 PM) : 

I see sadness in those eyes.


Anonymous Wholesale Clothing said ... (10:31 AM) : 

Cute! I love to see kids dressed in stylish clothing. He is so CUTE.


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