What she wore – multi-coloured mish-mash

A couple of weeks ago I tweeted that my daughter was wearing practically every colour there was and she still looked gorgeous. And she did! This is what she wore… It really shouldn’t work.

The outfit is focused on the Joules tutu. The photo doesn’t show the colour up well, it’s a dark raspberry kind of colour. My girl has been coveting a Joules tutu for a couple of years ago now and, mean mummy that I am, I was resisting. I didn’t see the point. Not warm. Not practical. And they’re expensive and never go in the sale. But there’s only so many times you can say no. She obviously had her heart set on it. So my mum bought her the tutu for Christmas.

Daddy assembled this outfit. When I saw what he’d got out, my heart sank.

Raspberry coloured tutu, orange Tshirt with a dog and a union jack on it (from Next, 2012 range, of course), long sleeved pink Tshirt (another Next one – this one a bit more useful than an orange Tshirt with a dog on it) and purple striped tights, also from Next.

It was a car crash of an outfit. Finished off with a navy cardigan from M&S and her lovely pink Clarks brogues.

Yet it was also one of the nicest outfits I’d ever seen. And completely unique.
It looks beautiful with her pink and Next duffel coat too.


Author: Sarah Mummy

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6 Comments

  1. So cute! Reminds me of my daughter- I love the way they choose outfits when they’re too young to care what others think!

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  2. Thanks very much, as long as she’s not a dancer, James!
    It is very cute, isn’t it, Amy? Long may it continue, I say! Thanks very much for commenting, I really appreciate it.

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  3. Thanks very much 🙂 There’s plenty of time yet, you may have one in the future! I had to go through two boys before I got my little princess to dress up and I’m pleased to say we have the same opinion on how she should dress – colourful, eclectic and like a small child rather than a teenager!

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