Girls’ clothes, a slippery slope

December 29th, 2011

The other day I picked up a few new tops for Ella at Target. A darling plaid tunic shirt that looked so cute on her with leggings.

And she also got a very cute fuscha and white striped boyfriend cardigan. Steve – it’s only called that because it’s meant to be kinda big and long, don’t get scared! And I can’t find a photo of that particular item. So you’ll have to take my word on it that she wore it well.

So when I got an email from zulilly about their seasonal sale, I figured maybe I should pick up a little something for Eva. I mean, I don’t want to be unfair!

BTW, if you don’t know what zulilly is, it basically is a site that combines a whole lot of stores’ sales. And they are over-the-top cute, expensive clothes, but if you swoop in quickly you can get some good deals. Tell them I sent you if you check it out here. I think I may get a discount!

So, I picked up these two cute little dresses.

I can just see her in pigtails in this polka-dot dress with the red-heart buttons. So cute.

But now, I am wondering if I made a huge mistake passing up these other darling items. I do get free shipping the rest of the day …

For Christmas next year?

3 Responses to “Girls’ clothes, a slippery slope”

  1. April on December 30, 2011 5:51 pm

    That site is dangerous.

  2. Sara on December 31, 2011 4:05 pm

    Cool website! I’d never seem before. Glad I’m not the only one addicted to children’s clothing.

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