This was the first OOTD that Jael did and surprisingly, he enjoyed it. His Kuya helped him with his poses and we chose mid morning in the garden area of our condo to do the T Shirt OOTD. As his shirt, says it’s simple but Badass.
We paired his shirt from Dirty B Good with a pair of skull shorts his Ninang Malou gave him. The overall look is very casual yet the t shirt alone gives such a statement.
Now you might be asking was I at all worried about the message on the shirt? I’d have to say not so much. Being huge fans of Friends and having two teens in the house the pureness of the dialogue at home has been compromised but that’s not to say we allow that kind of talk. We’ve taught Jael the proper and improper words so with that, this is just a t shirt.
Thanks to Dirty B Good for sponsoring Jael’s OOTD!
How timely it was to receive these personalized name labels when I was in search for labels to put on Jael’s clothing! I’m probably over paranoid when it comes to the kids’ safety but is there such a thing nowadays? Jael is 4 years old and he knows his name and his age but I want to ensure he has added protection by labeling his clothes as well.
Stickerkid is the perfect solution. They have iron on personalized name labels you can use and they have removable and permanent options. School time will be coming around next year for the little guy and their stickers for belongings are excellent.
Based in Switzerland and run by married couple, Doerthe and Christian they found a solution to the struggle of trying to keep track of children’s belongings and have printed over millions of labels.
While ordering online I asked Jael to help me choose the design and colors he wanted for his labels. With the Stickerkid pack containing 102 stickers there are choices for each kind. This is the affordable entry level pack ($22.00) which has a mix of their popular stickers and iron on labels.
It’s very easy to customize and order. You can choose everything from the font to the color and even add a design for the medium stickers.
Stickerkid uses the highest quality materials and each label is protected with a thin plastic layer. There is no advertising on the labels itself which is great so that the stickers only have what you want them to have on it.
Stickerkid for Clothing
The stickers available for clothing are removable and permanent. These iron on labels have specific instructions you need to follow and make sure that you wait 48 hours before washing. The removable labels can easily be removed by ironing the labels and gently peeling.
It was very easy to apply. Folowing the recommended heat, I used a sheet of bond paper (I didn’t have baking paper) and I carefully ironed on the labels. Took me no more than 5 minutes!
Stickerkid for Belongings
These stickers are so durable that they can survive microwaves, dishwashers, water, sun and sand. With children’s belongings they have to be able to withstand all this and more! These stickers will come in handy when I have to label Jael’s things for school.
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Toddler fashion nowadays is so hip and has a really fresh vibe. We’re lucky Jael has a wardrobe of fashionable clothes mostly care of his Ninang Marilou (thank you!). He really likes to dress up and I wanted to share about his style of toddler fashion.
It’s funny because he dresses like his daddy in a way since they have the same style shorts. His Kuya Bastian flares it up by some folding and buttoning techniques that seem to be the in thing nowadays. During the summer I like to dress Jael up in bright colors and shorts since it can get really hot.
Even his haircut is in fashion as he and his daddy got that famous undercut ala Bamboo. I love dressing Jael up and helping to pick out his outfits because the time will come when he’ll be doing it on his own and won’t need mom’s help.
He’s a growing boy so when we do look for clothes I turn to online shops. You might have read about my suggested online shops where I’ve successfully ordered quite a few things.
I’ve been looking for cute pants for boys at Zalora Marketplace and found an attractive selection. I had previously ordered these pretty pink sandals at Zalora and was happy with the sandals and the service I got.
What about you? What are your suggestions for where to buy toddler clothes?