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Oh so cute! I like her style. Punky Brewster indeed. xo
She has awesome style. I let P dress like that when she was little and now she has an awesome very individual sense of style.
Your "Punky Brewster" is divine x x
Ah yes, we have a little the punky here too! Love the knit overdress Miss Olive x
Sweetness! My daughter dresses herself too - 'I Don't like pink! I want to wear all rainbow colours!' She too looks like Punky Brewster :) Every colour of the rainbow on her.
Naw, love xx
She has style! xxx
Punky Brewster to a tee! Adore!Sar xx
What fabulous style you have Olive.
I LOVE Punky Brewster...both of them ;)
She is beautiful, love her style!
This made me smile, as my little Katie has just started to insist on dressing herself with her own unique sense of style (goodbye matching socks - hello multiple layered favourite t-shirts!) Love it! Cheers, Lou x
Eep! She is beautiful - I need to take some style tips from her x
I love seeing what combinations children come up. They are way more free and untamed with their choices than adults.
So cute. I wish I had the confidence to wear her style! Everly has shown no interest in clothes - other than complaining about itchy seams or tags, she will wear whatever I choose for the day. Maybe it will come as she grows older!
coco's started dressing herself sometimes too. her outfit is always topped off with her neon pink tutu. i prefer olive's relative restraint and can olny hope that coco develops a more sophisticated style when she turns 3. :P
Ahhhh! So beautiful. I loved Punky Brewster. The one where she needed a bra was a classic.
Very fashionable! At least you will be blameless in the years to come when she looks back at her photos and questions her clothing. So many photos of my childhood self in bad fluro and big sleeves. What was my Mum thinking?! :)
So Cute x
Punky and Pippi longstocking all rolled into one!HI there I'm Olive-ia (Liv) and just came across your lovely blog. Your words and photos are beautiful x
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