Hi! I believe you should look from another perspective. Let me give you my honest opinion:
The clothes are for dress in way that you can express yourself. Almost everything has changed and the kids perspective too I feel bad sometimes about that But they don’t So I’ve chose not fight against the beauty of this new process. Xxx Daniela-Brasil.
In my experience kids, even when they’re only 3 or 4, can have quite strong opinions about clothes. They wear what they want to wear, or at least refuse to leave the house if they don’t like what you’ve put them in! So while he undoubtedly has stylish parents, it also looks like he loves what he’s wearing. He doesn’t look like a kid forced into an uncomfortable, formal little suit that he hates. Probably refuses to take off the hat, wants to wear it in bed, that sort of thing. Don’t underestimate them.
I believe this is one of you best shots! Put it up there with your favs, I say! Show them what we’ve got to offer in Sydney (; I’m amazed you got him to pose so nicely. He’s so miniature! Haha. Delightful.
The cool thing about this kid’s clothing is that it fits seamlessly with his rogueish punk smile and eyes. It doesn’t work to just dress kids in an outfit that “works” if it doesn’t express *them*. Whoever dresses this kid did a good job of finding a look that melds with the spirit of the child.
This kid is so freaking adorable! Are all the children in Sydney, Australia like this because I would not doubt it. I wonder if this child picks out his own clothes or if his mom or dad makes him look so dashing. I would like to think this little boy is that talented but I honestly do not know. But even if he does not pick out his own wardrobe he sure knows how to work it! He is like a mini adult, that I just want to steal. I bet his parents are really creative and their talent just rubs of onto him or he got some very fashionable genetics.I saw a picture of another kid who dresses himself with incredible style and his mother or father is one of the creators of the AMC television show Mad Men and he would were a lot of his fathers hats and bags and ties.I love that kids these days are experimenting with clothing and pulling it off and not being afraid of what the other kids will say.I hope my children are half as stylish as this kid.
I prefer children to look less contrived – sorry but I find this horrible (absolutely no reflection on the little boy – i just wish he looked like a little boy rather than a miniature version of the lead singer of Razorlight)
His name is Iggy, he’s nearly three and he says thanks for all the cool comments. Except maybe for the Wes Carr one :) I promise his jeans are stretchy and he can definitely be a kid in them (to everyone asking where to get them from, try the girls departments, even Target makes girls skinnies) and he definitely rocks batman PJs at bedtime. And check out our kids fashion mag Shop 4 Kids for more style inspiration in miniature x
Is this your best photo of a child yet? The only other kid photo that comes close is the one of Warren Ellis and his kids, which I liked for entirely different reasons. They looked demonic, like the vampire in Let the Right One In. This little one, however, is just cute cute cute. Get this kid an agent!
He’s very cute I’ll give you that, altough I find that hat too rural for my taste. On the other hand he seems very confortable but I’m just thinking about those slim legs trousers. Are they the most suitable for a young kid? I’m sure the parents can find something more loose and yet still “faĂ§onable”.
i know his mother is the chief editor of shop til you drop…i was reading one of the issues and saw his photo in it, he is so adorable….and you know what when i saw him i thought this little boy must be from Australia..lol cheers