| doe and fawn // spring |

Spring popped up which has me itching to get Harper’s Spring clothes ready for frolicking in the park, lunch dates and general exploring. Let’s not be coy, toddler’s clothes are just about the most exciting thing to buy, but with a 6 month shelf life it can get expense, and excessive, very quickly. Editing becomes key, and knowing what statements may be worth the investment and which are best kept cheap, because let’s face it…life with a toddler gets dirty!

I would love to keep Harper in boutique labels and organic brands, but realistically we have a budget. For myself, I am all about quality over quantity. Minimalism is a word I strive for when approaching life lately and clothing is the biggest focus. I love using Old Navy and H&M, they have a great Eco line, to compliment those splurges too fantastic to pass. 

While I don’t want to say capsule wardrobe, but buying everything together during each season can help you keep the laundry piles small and money spent low. I find its those “look how cute that dress is,” or “look a sale” that makes many little splurges that add up quick. 

Cheers to Spring!

 patterned leggings with denim jacket 
Leggings // Tiny Cottons

Tee // H&M

Jean Jacket // Old Navy


  

Romper // Old Navy


  

Leggings // Spell and the Gypsy

Denim Top // Old Navy

Necklace // vintage
  

Tee // Imogene and Willie

Skort // Old Navy

Moccasins // Freshly Picked

  

Romper // Old Navy


Right now this is our Spring special. Rounding these out are…

>> 4-5 cotton tees

>> 4-5 plain cotton leggings

>> 1 pair of Nikes
We don’t have many events looming, I expect we will pick up an Easter dress, but after that we are looking at Summer next. Minimalistic wishes!

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