Regardless, it’s really just about having good taste and good style. And if I can gloat for a moment, I think I have reasonably good style and definitely a passion for fashion. Now I just need to translate that into baby fashion.
A few hours after reading about Suri’s wardrobe, I had to hit the mall to pick up a few things. While I was there I saw a dress that I’ve had my eye on for baby Talia. (Note: this could be the start of my career as a baby stylist.) Talia is the daughter of Keri, whom I work with. I told Keri about this dress back before Christmas and how she HAD to get it because it’s one of the cutest things ever. Time went by and Keri never got it, which ended up being a smart move because the dress was a bit pricey. While I think looking good is very important, it’s more important that Keri doesn’t blow Talia’s college education fund on expensive baby clothes. I get it. I’m not that vain.
Good news is that the pricey Lia Molly dress was on sale. It was marked down to $19.99 from its original $78 price tag. I had to pick it up for Keri because it was meant to be. It was the only one left and it was in Talia’s size.
The adorable Talia. Talia is already showing signs of being a fashionista by wearing a T-shirt with The Godfather on it. What a badass! Maybe Talia’s style is going to be a bit edgier? As her stylist, I can work with that.