Mom-Finds: Mad About Stripes

Last Friday of the month:  Fashion / Shopping

Stripes will never go out of style.  A striped tee is a wardrobe staple, a very versatile piece that can be dressed up or down.  That goes for kids wear too. 

After Christmas, my girl and I went malling and I was thrilled to discover these classic breton shirts from Uniqlo - for kids! Naturally, I bought one for the girl, and then she received another top as a birthday gift.  We love 'em!

I like how soft and smooth the material is - still comfortable and cool to wear with our warm climate even if it comes in long sleeves.  Presko pa rin.  It's reasonably priced at PhP500+ and comes in different colors.  My girl just turned 7 and can still fit in size 120, and comfortable with ample allowance in a 130.

We also picked up this pretty gartered blouse with our Pois Belly and Kids christmas gift cards.  It has a unique shoulder detail, with a bunny patch design on dark pink stripes.  Click on the photo to see how she wore it after new year.

This button-down bubble dress is also from Pois Belly and Kids.  She wore this during her birthday lunch celebration with the whole family.  It's so chic with the thin yellow belt.

I wrote about my fave breton shirt here from Zara.  This black and white striped tee below is another style from their organic cotton collection, at PhP995.  Again, very light and comfy.  This is as basic as you can get.

I'm excited about the new arrivals from Elin - I am eyeing the blue and white stripes on the left. The front pockets make for interesting details.  Check out the Madeline collection here.

You can't go wrong with these stripes!
Happy shopping! =)

I'd love to know your thoughts on this post.  If you enjoyed this, feel free to share it!
Get instant updates:
My Mom-Friday on Facebook
Follow @mymomfriday on Twitter and Instagram
Also on Google Friend Connect, or Subscribe Via Email.
I try my best to reply and answer any questions you may have on each entry so check back if you've left one. Thank you and do visit again!
(Comments with links will automatically be flagged by Disqus.)