It is Tuesday and I am MAD FOR PLAID!!
Check out these adorable collections from our Fall 2016 line! Get ready to fall in love with red checks, plaids, and a sweet white Christmas dress……all in tonight’s preview!
The red check Poppy Dress is absolutely adorable! Pair this little number with knee socks and navy Mary Janes (and a navy cardi for cool weather) for a classic look. And check out the precious boy options as well…red checks, monograms, and a long sleeve polo for the older boys. Too cute for words…this set will carry your little ones straight thru fall and will be perfect for Valentine’s Day celebrations!
There is nothing sweeter than a classic, traditional look for Christmas. Whether you choose the plaid route or this sweet white Christmas dress…you really cannot go wrong. All of these looks are timeless and will be perfect in all of your family’s holiday photos!
Have a great night! See you tomorrow as we continue to preview the Fall 2016 line….we have a few more to go!
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