Monday, July 9, 2018

Atelier 24 Couture

Summer is here and we are lovin' the weather. Put your hands up and do a little happy dance with me if you love summer too!

Today we headed to the beach in style!
We were so honored to have Rachel of Atelier 24 Couture from France create these exquisite custom skirts for the girls out of Japanese fabrics. So you could say that these skirts have been all the way around the world, haha.

They are soooo beautiful and they are easy to style as well. Just look how great these girls look...



Ferry received this stunning double circle skirt that will twirl like no other! The lawn fabric is idyllic for summer weather. Her destroyed denim jacket was the perfect look for this skirt. There's a soft black tank top hiding underneath it and we had basic white tennis shoes but as soon as her feet hit the sand those we gone, lol.



Gracie is looking so stylish in her gathered skirt that features a paper-bag waist and double cotton gauze fabric. She also opted for a denim jacket. Her grey cami and gold gladiators made the outfit complete.


Lily's wearing a zippered jacket with her twirly skirt and it's detailed with the sweetest satin bow at the back of the waist. It's all of the fine details that really make Atelier 24 Couture spectacular garments!



Look at this skirt in action! I told you it could twirl like no other, right? This girl in a fun skirt and bear-foot in the sand is right at the top of the happy meter for sure.



Did I mention the adorable side pockets on Gracie's skirt? It's perfect for those times when you don't want to carry a bag but need to carry just a small item or two.


And you can see here how Lily completed her outfit with a white tank and tennies. Then the little anklet was a super way to say hello summer.



Oh yeh, Ferry has beach hair and doesn't care, lol.



That's it for today. Be sure to check out Atelier 24 Couture for that special custom garment for your little one. You'll be glad that you did.


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