This outfit may look rather pajama-y, and it’s true her pants were scavenged from a pajama set, but this is considered comfy daywear at our house. If you remember Isobel is really picky about pants and how they fit and we’ve had such a hard time finding jeans that are both not too tight but also don’t fall down and what am I saying? I love these pants. They are adorable. I kind of don’t care that they were intended for pajama pants. Isobel calls them her pink Olivia pants because the pig, Olivia, of cartoon and storybook fame, wears red and white striped pants on occasion. Isobel’s version is, naturally, pink.
We bought this tank top from Treasures to Find, my new favorite thrift shop, which is also locally owned and operated so I can feel extra smug about myself when I shop. If you are local you need to check it out and support this place because it’s wonderful. Anyway, the tank top is pretty much Isobel’s dream t-shirt come to life as it’s two shades of pink and features both hearts and “bubbles” (polka dots). The pants were a gift and the shirt was thrifted.
She wears this outfit at least once a week and I hide it from her in between washings to prevent her from wearing it more often. You’ll notice she’s covered herself in pink pig stickers. Those came courtesy of library storytime which is where all the fashionable toddlers are getting their stickers these days.
Also found while thrifting? This stuffed baby deer/giraffe thing, which she has since named “Black Tat-TAR” (I don’t even know, you guys) and she says it’s an alien from Star Trek.
That cat was secondhand, too! Picked her up at a tow yard.