My son Lambchop is my fashion muse. Why? I try different things with him and he’s so hamdsome. It brightens up my day. We have had interesting times with shoes as of late. Lambchop is a toe walker and that is a fashionable adventure in itself. Currently, we are into hightop Jordan’s, for him. He is in a kid (preschool) size 1. I think for a 6.5 year old, his feet are going to be big like mine. I wear an 11 but I am only 5 foot 5. My husband, on the other hand, wears a 12.5 -13 and he’s 5’11.
What I love and have always loved about Jordan’s for kids, is they are always on sale at Dillards. If you call or frequent there enough, the sales associates will remember you and pit some on the side for you. Lambchops school has a uniform. The uniform requirements makes it a hard dash for all back shoes. There are times when I buy two or three pairs in the school year. Why? You never know how a childs foot will grow, Lambchop has this thing about liking the same things and I find myself replicating the same shoes and clothes for this reason. Also, preparedness is key to raising kids with Autism, when it comes to clothing.
I try to maintain organization in fashion for Lambchop due to my background in educating kids with Autism. You never know what will happen so it is alway better to have more tha. enough clothes and shoes. Plus, Lambchop has a little habit of taking off his shoes and throwing them. We are and have been working on that. I keep sandles and socks in my truck due to missing or lost shoes in the past.
The moral of the story….be prepared, find shoes and clothes that fit your child’s need and if you have a budget, stay in it! You think fashion is expensive, try raising a child with autism. Plan, plan, live and blog!
Lady Stargazer & Lambchop
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Hello….taps microphone…..yes I am here! Did you hear.. New Orleans is the best travel destination in America! Yes! Yes it is!
Fashion: I had to take a picture of this City Doll for my website. Isn’t she cute 💋💋 you go girl! Hey Savannah Doll, I hope you get to see this picture of yourself! Thanks for letting me take your picture 💋💋📸
I continue on Magazine street waiting for my son, Lambchop to finish his Autism therapy session. I am hungry and sitting down the street from a place called Spa Isbell. 💋💋
What is see and experience is why I am Naturally A New Orleanian! The most calming environment ever! Thanks Spa Isbell😘💝😻💞
Spa Isbell at 1245 Magazine Street New Orleans Louisiana for 4373fashionlane.com photo credit
If a cosmetics line has good swatches of its product; it’s a winner! Isn’t that the motto ALL swatches should have? Sadly, that’s not always the case. I have seen swatches on other people that have been amazing. Then, I spend my money. I go home and try the makeup on myself (a Dior foundation comes to mind), and I’m ashy as hell.
I’m crying because I spent $60.00, Dillards is closed and I have an event to attend. Next, I make a dash to Walgreens and buy something on a whim. I pray I look like myself and not a tired hooker on Bourbon Street. 👠👠👠👠👠👠👠👠 Not a good look! Also, I have never seen an (actual hooker on Bourbon Street).
The moral of the story….swatch for your damn life, before you buy. If you can’t swatch in person, look up the item online and google swatches of that item with a person of your hue (shade). Will this always happen, maybe not! However, you have done your best homework for what you are shopping for.
What do these swatch look like?
Hope you enjoy, now I must wash my arm off and work on another post for you!