28 November 2014

Baby OOTD #14 - Styled by Daddy Part 2

When I was still on maternity leave I used to love the dress-up time. My little one would have a nice comfy outfit at home, in the morning we would often have a playdate or go to a play group where she would wear something cute, and in the afternoon we often went to town or see friends, where she would wear a third outfit. Yes. Three outfit changes a day. (Did I just hear someone say fruit something?). 
Now of course, it is my husband who dresses her daily, and I have an input only over the weekends. Every once in a while he sends me these pictures titled bootd - apparently they are for the blog! So I thought I would finally write a post about how daddy styles our little one. 
Some autumnal choices - I love the bobble hat, and the pink trousers, pink wellies combo. And the puffa vest over a summery flower shirt - would not have chosen it myself, but it does work. 
And here are some more summery ones. The one on the right has featured in a previous Styled by Daddy post, it is a lovely combination. The one on the middle, I like the socks and shirt colour matching, matched to little flowers on the shorts. And the left pajama picture is all about cute colours.

I do find he dresses her in much more comfortable clothing that I did and I would. And sometimes I am quite surprised with the combinations - definitely something I would not have chosen, or even thought about. I tend to be quite conservative and dress her in something conventionally cute. My husband on the other hand often goes for clashes, be that print or colour, and combinations of practical and preppy clothing. He calls his style "London chic" but I do have to be honest, I sometimes find it more like "Got dressed in the dark chic". The outfits here are pretty good though!
What did you think of this styled by daddy edition?

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9 comments:

  1. Ah she is adorable, lovely outfits

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  2. I think your husband does an amazing job at dressing your daughter, well done Daddy! It's brilliant he sends you outfit photo's to use in your posts. I let my husband dress Leah this morning, green dress with grey tights that had pink love hearts on them... I swiftly changed her! #TT_Thursday

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    1. Oh-oh - that colour combination is what my husband would call London Chic - gotta be experimental see :D

      And yeah, it is so sweet sending me the occasional baby outfit photo - I didn't realise it until he asked me when am I going to post his BOOTD pictures on the blog :)

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  3. Well, I think he has style!! I love how Dad's mix and match in a different way to us. It does sometimes mean you get weird combinations (tights with a onesie over the top with trousers on top of them in the case of my hubby - try changing a nappy with that combo!!) but they generally do well! I love that bobble hat. Where is it from? Gorgeous! x

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    1. Yeah - totally different style!

      That combo you have just described sounds like quite something though :D Certainly sounds like appropriate for winter :)

      My mum bought the bobble hat from Italy, but I've seen similar ones around - I think they are quite popular now.

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    2. Oh yeah, forgot to mention but I had a few links to pompom hats in my previous post, might help? http://www.wavetomummy.com/2014/11/baby-ootd-12-at-nannys.html?m=1

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  4. He's got much better taste than my hubby!! I LOVE the bobble hat and coat outfit in particular - gorgeous!! #TT_Thursday

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    1. Hah, would be good to see some other styled by daddy posts - who knows, maybe your hubby would surprise you :)

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