Does your toddler have fashion sense? Mine doesn't but I like to dress him up in cool gear - he wears mostly jeans, rocker-style t-shirts, boots and vests. I don't dress him in anything preppy or anything that has animals on it.
All sorts really, definitely little girl/toddler style though rather than scaled down versions of adult clothes. I'm drawn to bright colours for her mainly but I don't rule out lighter ones as she really suits some of them. She's mostly in dungarees and leggings or jeans/cords and tops with cardigans at the moment as she mainly gets around by crawling so her tights end up looking worn really quickly but I can't resist putting her in dresses sometimes
Entirely bonkers. She seems to really like very hard wearing trousers like thick cords with a dress, or a tutu (I have a rule about no tutus outside the house though!). She loves bright colours, the more clashing the better. She has a weird love of gloves too, even indoors!
I am rarely allowed to choose her clothes, but sometimes have to tweak a bit to make it appropriate for weather etc.
I like toddler style too. Isabelle normally wears jumper dresses at the moment, or denim skirt and tights with a cardigan or jumper on top. I like any colours, but I can't stand Disney, princess or fairy, or really bold logos. Minnie Mouse makes me shudder lol.
With my little boy I'll definitely be going down the dungarees route and I like the preppy look too - we've already bought him a shirt-vest thingy. I don't like those velour type joggers for boys and I don't like a lot of cars and things, but apart from that pretty much anything really.
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