Monday, March 8, 2010

Kids don't need that many clothes.

And neither do grownups.

This is a quote from Like Mother, Like Daughter- a very practical blog started by a mother who was always giving her young adult daughters advice on making a home.
"Here is what your pre-adolescent children need: a few, five at the most, bottoms (say, two pairs of jeans and two corduroys). A scant week's worth of tops. Two light sweaters. Possibly a vest. For boys, a good pair of pants for Sundays, and two good shirts. For girls, two nice dresses or two church-worthy skirts and two ditto blouses."

So here are my practice wardrobes for a boy, a girl, a man, and a woman. Specifically my boy, my man, and me, along with my imaginary one-day daughter.










Looks a lot like my travel one, after all Diane von Furstenberg says, "When you figure out your suitcase, you figure out your life."

2 comments:

Tristan & Melissa Summers said...

I love that blog..it made it to my RSS feed!!! I have lot of donating to do and going though things before we move...so I think her blog will be very helpful!

Tristan & Melissa Summers said...

I love Spring Break...being home is GREAT!!! You should come over Addie and help me go through my clothes.