.This post is sponsored by Abercrombie Kids.As always, all thoughts and opinions are my own.
My daughter has gone through a lot of phases with fashion, so back to school shopping hasn’t always been easy.One minute she’s head-to-toe boys basketball gear, and the next she’s into oversized streetwear.I think it’s just a tough age to be a girl: She’s trying to stay true to herself, whenher selfis an ever-evolving project.
As a result, a lot of looks have gone from “must-buy” to “totally unwearable” in a short period of time as she figures out how she wants to present herself.I’ve tried to be patient through all these swings, but my wallet gets annoyed (though there’s always willing recipients for her cast-offs in the neighborhood, and I can make a bit of cash back from services likeThredUp).
So whenAbercrombie Kidsreached out about doing a back to school shopping campaign with Annie, I was a little hesitant, only because I wasn’t surewhatshe’d want to look like when 8th grade started!Turns out, their clothes couldn’t be more perfect for a girl just like her.In fact, they’ve recently launched theirEverybody Collection, which is a gender neutral collection that might as well be called, The “Put These Clothes On Annie” Collection, since they have the perfect amount of masculine-feminine vibe for an active girl whose hobbies include everything from basketball and skateboarding, to bullet journaling and collecting stuffed llamas.
Check out a few looks we selected from their fall collection.She’s already back to class and looking sharp!Bonus: a lot of the items Annie’s wearing are alreadyon sale, and the jeans are BOGO 50% off through 9/11.
School Supplies Haul
Ice Cream Break
Thanks again to Abercrombie Kids for sponsoring this post, and providing all the clothes for this fun photoshoot.Supporting our sponsors helps us keep CarleyK going, so thanks for reading!