Show Your Stripes

Hello everyone! Hope all of you enjoyed your Memorial weekend. ┬áSummer is just around the corner, and what better way to kick it off with one style trend we absolutely love: stripes! Jennifer Garner’s daughter, Violet looks pretty in pink as she flaunts her own stripes. Get a similar look with our picks below.

Below is our Muse Fuschia dress and top.

Our final item,  the Muse Royal Blue Stripe top would look adorable paired with capris and sandals. Our muse is fashion! What inspires you? Family? Nature? Let us know what your favorite style trend is to be featured in our followup post about what fashions you guys are obsessed with!

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6 Responses to Show Your Stripes

  1. Richenda Harris said: I love flowered sun dresses! I had several as a kid growing up in Tulsa, OK in the '70s & it always takes me back to those days when I see a flowered sun dress. Elton John & Bonne Bell lip gloss :) Mine also had spaghetti straps & were sometimes a patchwork of different patterns of flowers. Ahh...memories!
    • littlemass said: Hi Richenda! Thanks for your feedback! Flowered sun dresses are super cute, I love patterns like that, and also anything with paisley. We'll compile a few responses and feature them in one of our follow up posts, so be on the lookout! :)
    • littlemass said: Hello again. Just FYI, I featured your comment in this week's "style trend" post. :) http://blog.littlemass.com/?p=1046
  2. designer kids clothes said: I especially like the dress with the blue stripes and the cute pattern along the seams! And the one with the pink belt is a great combo, too ^^ I'm usually very careful with stripes but the ones you have posted above really do look nice. Great designer kids clothes pics!
    • littlemass said: Thanks, glad you like them! :)
      • designer kids clothes said: Of course :D

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