Worthy Threads Style Series

March 05, 2019

Girls pinafore dress in cakes print by Worthy Threads, a unique toddler clothing brand.

As we rapidly approach the new Spring season, I figure now is as good a time as any to start our Style Series. It's something I have been meaning to do for months and it just keeps getting put on the back burner by more pressing matters. But as I am playing catch up and setting goals for myself, our Style Series keeps gaining in ranks and today is the day I am beginning it!

One thing we often hear when talking to many of you is how much you love our Pinafore dress, but you are concerned that your child will outgrow it come summertime. This always surprises me since, in my opinion, it's by far our most versatile year round piece in my house. I have put together 3 outfits all using one of our most popular selling styles - our Made from Scratch Pinafore.

Style #1: The Chic Kindergartener

This style is one of my favorites as it combines all of my favorite pieces in one. Many people don't think to make a skirt out of the dress, but we do it nearly every day in the fall & winter. In fact, it's a trick I use in my own wardrobe as well! Throwing a cute top over a dress is the quickest and easiest way to freshen up your wardrobe. 

1. TiA CiBANi KiDS Lancaster Cabled Turtleneck in Buttermilk (it's on sale too!) 2. Worthy Threads Made from Scratch Pinafore 3. Adidas Velcro Gazelle, Navy 4. Olli Ella Mini Chari Bag (it also doubles as a backpack and a bike basket!) 5. Lele Sadoughi Headband

 

Style #2: The Birthday Girl

This one is probably the most obvious of all of our looks as our Made from Scratch pinafore is easily the best birthday dress out there. I can't tell you how many people tell me they bought it for their daughter as a birthday dress and she hasn't wanted to take it off yet! We love to hear that and this is how we would wear it to our party!

birthday outfit with pink pinafore dress

1. Atsuyo et Akiko Headband in Rocky Pink 2. Morgan and Mae White Flutter Sleeve Leotard 3. Worthy Threads Pinafore in Made from Scratch 4. Old Navy Denim Jacket 5. Crewcuts by J. Crew Gingerbread Party House Bag (it's on sale!!) 6. childrenchic Mary Janes

 

Style #3: The Casual Girlie Girl

Another thing I hear from customers is their kids love our dresses so much and they don't let them wear them to school because they are too nice. While I agree, they are pretty nice, they can 100% be worn to school. If you follow our Instastories at all, you will see my daughter wears them almost every day and they get tossed in the laundry every night! My daughter loves to wear her Pinafores to school so we have them in heavy rotation along with her raglans.

Style Series Worthy Threads

1. Target Denim Baseball Hat 2. Worthy Threads Made from Scratch Pinafore 3. Worthy Threads Grey Raglan 4. Herschel Heritage Youth Backpack 5. Adidas Velcro Stan Smith

We hope you found our first Style Series helpful! Stay tuned for the next Style Series with a new print! Let me know if there is one specific one you would love to see!!



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