in london evie got called a boy every single day. and since she often refuses to leave a clip in her hair, and i get that it's not always easy to tell, i just rolled with it.
how old's the little man? 9 months
where's he from? utah
what's his name? evie (cue strange looks & double takes)
she has this little olive green military inspired jacket & every time she wears it, she is a boy. i get that it's not HOT PINK AND BEDAZZLED, but c'mon people, it has an empire waist, puffed shoulders, a feminine little collar and RUFFLES?!
i'll admit that i am not someone who is overly girlie myself. i would rather feel like i look "cool" in what i am wearing as opposed to "cute" and prefer understated feminine touches, and i probably just dress her like a miniature me.
i'll also admit that babies just look like babies and the main way we distinguish sex is through clothing, so i'll just go ahead and say it...
AM I DRESSING HER LIKE A BOY?!
for your consideration:
grey with broaches / said military jacket + black and white
grey + mustard yellow + cream (check those shoes!)
teal + blue (gasp! boy colors!) / grey + polka dot + fusia
this is as girlie as we get and i happen to think this is super girly*.
plaid with broach / black and white stripes + little red clip and buttons
* i spelled girlie both ways. one of them is bound to be right.