Cuteness Overload

I’m told that when I was a toddler, my outfit of choice for the beach was a pink leotard/tutu combo originally purchased for a dance recital. Talk about making a statement! When my dad was in charge, the tutu was often found sandy and soaked in the laundry, evidence of the day’s activities.

To this day, I love the idea of allowing kids to wear whatever makes them feel best (with some skin-flaunting limitations, of course) and am subsequently obsessed with a few uber-cute mommy Instagram accounts embracing the same idea.

Current Insta-faves celebrating this wear-what-ya-like ‘tude include @MommasGoneCity (if you’ve yet to fall in love with #TheoandBeau, prepare for cuteness overload) and @unrulythings (an arts, crafts and baking superstar), but nothing compares to my latest follow, @2sisters_angie.

Recently discovered by The Huffington Post, Buzzfeed and mommy blogs worldwide, Angie is the mom of an adorable four year old, Mayhem, whose early onset creative spirit has led to a slew of arts ‘n crafts times spent fashioning paper dresses. With the help of her similarly adorable mom, the creations began like this

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…and have become something completely fabulous. Behold the fab fashions of Angie’s (and Mayhem’s!) latest pint sized creations:

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Squee! Needless to say, a shout out is in order for Ms. Angie, who’s taught us all a little about embracing a child’s inner spirit and outer fashion sense. Can’t wait to see what’s next for the designing duo!

Posted by Mary

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