Getting Ready for the First Day of School
*This post is sponsored by our friends at Hanna Andersson
Everybody wants to look good on the first day of school, and this year I thought it would be great to partner up with Hanna Andersson to let the girls explore their collections and create the outfits per their own personalities to express themselves. Fashion, after all, is all about self expression.
It has become a tradition for us as the school year is about to begin that we have have each of the kids pick something interesting that they want to learn more about as a goal during the year. One year, kids were really curious to learn about chemistry and what makes things work, so we decided to take them to an interactive lab and museum that let kids experience a lot of things hands on. Another year they wanted to learn more about film making, so early on in the year we took them on a tour of one of the production studios.
This year, the girls really wanted to learn more about different cultures. So, in the spirit of learning we to the French quarter to learn a little more. Dressed in their brand new outfits, that each of them picked by themselves, they set off for some fun. As you can see below in the photo story, they had a great time! Just see below.
Hanna Andersson is well-known for their high commitment to quality. Staying true to the Swedish culture of lovingly caring for the things that belong to you, much as the fishermen maintain and repair their boats to be able to pass down from generations, the clothes that Hanna Andersson makes are done to last and just let kids be kids and keep up with their adventures. I also love the bold colors and patterns they love to incorporate that let each kids show their own personal taste to combine different pieces and make an outfit,
I think you’ll agree that the girls each chose the items that fit them perfectly, don’t you think?
What did you choose for your kid’s first day of school? Isn’t it the funnest to wear something that really matches your personality?
P.S. We had so much fun trying to define their different personalities and self expressions. They really fell hard for those scooters, and asked if they could have one to drive to school. In all honesty I kind of think it would be fun, what do you guys think? Should they invent kid safe scooters?