If there’s ever a moment I have felt convinced that a picture speaks a thousand words, it has to be this one right here. I will therefore not do these photos any injustice by trying to describe the emotions that have engulfed me just from looking at this charming perfect gentleman and the lady in white. Neither will I attempt to explain how knowing how far Johari’s mom and I have come and seeing these two getting along so well tugs at my heartstrings. I will just let the pictures speak their own words, in thousands.
Photography by Charles Ngomo of Royal Reel Photography
However, I have to address something that bugs me.
Over the holidays, you’ll probably find yourselves attending several events where you’d need to tag your kids along, such as weddings, family get together, and of course church which is not a holiday affair but an every weekend affair. It always pains me to see parents (especially moms) dressed so elegantly and next to them would be a young fellow trotting happily spotting unkempt “matutas” (the extremely fat braids), a Mickey Mouse T-Shirt , thick white stockings with red love hearts all over and a pair of flowery shorts worn over the stockings. Finally, as if that atrocity is not enough, to complete the look the kid would normally have white glittery pumps.
I found this look fit for such occasions and I hope it inspires you to get your kids looking as stylish and classy as you when it comes to formal and semi casual affairs. Toddlers don’t necessarily need to adopt the runway look but it doesn’t hurt to put in a little effort when dressing them up, especially when your outfit suggests that you are seriously keeping up with fashion trends. Here’s to bringing up fashionable toddlers. Happy holidays and look out for our next #50daysofkenyankidsfashion post on Monday.
As always, thanks for being here!
Love, Joy & Xena.
Dress-same as here
Hand bag-Same as here
Ballerina shoes-Same as here
Pants-New Delhi, India
Shoes-New Delhi, India