Meet Nolie and Ever
When it comes to kids street style, these girls are the real deal. With a mama who takes a backseat, letting them take the lead in all things fashion-related, Nolie and Ever are our kid street style inspiration this month and we’re loving every single stripe, polka-dot and spirited pattern.
A style of their own
“My two ladies choose their outfits on their own, 100 percent,” shares Nolie and Ever’s mom, Autumn. “And, it outdoes anything that I could drum up on my own for them!” While Autumn does let her girls hit the closet themselves, giving them the freedom to make their own choices about what they wear, she does fill it with the goodies to make these stylish outfits exist. “I keep it stocked with soft, cozy cotton in bright, bright colors and loud prints. You’re only young once! Why not wear all the neon tops with all the flowered leggings?”
Where to shop
Autumn shares that the girls’ closet is mostly filled with pre-loved hand-me-downs and gifts from grandparents, the perfect combination for creating a stylish wardrobe for Nolie and Ever. When Autumn keeps her eye on some of her favorite brands for her girls — who share a closet, by the way — she sticks with the brands she loves, including Peek (Instagram: @peekkids) for graphic tees (“They always happen to have the right sayings written on them… never classless or weird,” she dishes.), Hanna Andersson (Instagram: @happyhannas) for basics, and those can’t-live-without-them sales at Old Navy (Instagram: @oldnavy) to fill in the blanks, when necessary.
Get the look of Nolie and Ever
Let your own girls recreate the look of Nolie and Ever by filling their closet with some of these favorites. Although, if there’s anything that these girls have taught us about style, it’s that everyone has their own. Loni Top, Peek Kids, $38, Fashion Leggings, Old Navy, $9, Pretty Printed Skirt, Mini Boden, $42, Ballet Slippers, Made with Love NZ via Etsy, $13
For more kid street style inspiration
Do you have a kiddo with style? Let us know!
Photo credits: Autumn Meyer
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