I’ll be the first to admit that my daughters are beyond beautiful. SHOCKER.
I am not, however, in denial that they have commited a few fashion faux pas’ during their time on this Earth.
First, let’s start with their kryptonite. I give you the ever elusive, always slathered on my table tops and floors with complete abandon… drum roll, please…
Which usually ends with…
a black eye and half-a-stache?…
…although I’m pretty sure she was going for this
And then, there is the mixed media. Let’s just say that they are not afraid to think outside of the box, that’s for sure! Natalie decided that warm and sunny yellow was her color this year.
Olivia chose a cooler shade of green. Look at how surprised she was at the affect this lovely pea green had on her skin tone. She is AH-MAZED.
The girls decided it was time to take their fashion skills on the road. After an exciting trip to the fashion capitol – Paris
(even if only made possible by the Rugrats)…
these lovely little ladies were introduced to an entire new world of fashion faux pas. They turned every day items like these folder labels into alternative Botox treatments, as seen here:
And of course, let us not forget their never-ending interest in clothing and accessories. In the words of Coco Chanel “I don’t DO fashion, I AM fashion”. Words my precious girls live by. They can be thanked for the return of the “Candy Cane-Canes” fashion craze…
And their latest discovery, daring to wear a sports bra on the outside of your clothing and then topping it with a straw hat.
Unfortunately some fashion crazes just didn’t take off like the girls had hoped. They quickly discovered that permanent marker necklaces weren’t quite worth the wrath of an angry mother and so they put that idea away for another time:
And despite the sisters love of all things sparkly and beautiful, when their 7 year old brother was asked for his take on the exciting lives of his little fashionista siblings, he simply stated “Death to Fashion”. He then decided to display his emotions on the subject through his artistic vision… He’s such a little weirdo.