Marin County. October 2017.
I love that this dress is Zara, purchased at Goodwill
look, she’s a pretty mom with a pretty floral dress/romper… and a sweet bun. I imagine she looks great in anything. And I’m happy to appreciate her style and effort – – 🙂
Yes, this mom is thin – but remember from ME, CURVES are SLAMMIN’ & any of you Haute Moms can pull this off & look gorgeous!!!
Liza. Designer. Mother of Twins. San Rafael, California. October 2015.
This amazing dress was made by Liza using Indigo Dye. Indigo dye is extracted from plants and is most known for creating the color in denim.
I could not pull this dress off – especially with flats. But we’re all made differently. Liza rocks this dress and stays cool on a hot day.
I love the combination of loafers with Liza’s dress. Loafers have made a major comeback, especially when pairing them with something ultra feminine. Here’s a link about loafers being back in fashion…http://www.popsugar.com/fashion/Loafer-Shoe-Trend-2015-37137560
“In high-school, my friend’s mother would pull up in a shiny Porsche convertible. Her seemingly effortless exit from the car brought teenage boys and me to a halt. Dressed in curve-hugging Dolce & Gabbana, this mother was, by anyone’s standard, a total knockout. She was sexy, stylish and didn’t look “mom-like.”
John Lee. Chattanooga, Tennessee. September 2014.
Fashion Notes: Kicks: Converse. Jeans: Citizens of Humanity, Polo: Old Navy, Blazer: H&M
John Lee is a Therapist in Tennessee, and his lovely wife Kendra sent me this photo. She loves her husband’s style, and I’m happy to feature a dad from Tennessee. I’ve had hardly any parents from the Southern states on Haute Drop-Off.
I love the “old-school” uniform John’s daughter is wearing..I had one very similar. I hated it back then, but now it’s looking pretty cute.