Fashion Story: Springtime Shade By Sabrina & Io Philippou

Spring is finally here! The birds are chirping, the air is sweet, and stylish parents everywhere are filling up their carts with the latest S/S drops. With beautiful pastels, florals, and vibrant colorful prints aplenty… where does the shade of black fit in this time of year?  And how do you style it?

While adding pops of color and pairing blacks with white are fine go-to choices for styling this season, never rule out the power of a shady hat. An airy hat can easily help transform your child’s black wardrobe and give you an alternative to Springtime looks. Think natural materials  – rattan, woven leather, seagrass, and lightweight cottons are all very Spring-ready options.  And… luckily for us, there are tons of fabulous hat styles we can lean on to bring that fresh Spring feeling to your blacks.

See how we’ve done it and check out Io’s chic style in “Springtime Shade”….    

Fashion Story: Spring Shade By Sabrina & Io Philippou

Fashion Story: Spring Shade By Sabrina & Io Philippou

Fashion Story: Spring Shade By Sabrina & Io Philippou

Fashion Story: Spring Shade By Sabrina & Io Philippou

 

Springtime Shade Credits:

Photography, Styling and Art Direction: Sabrina Philippou.

Model: Io @goldenchild_io

Look 1

Bucket Hat: Ralph Lauren, Sunnies: We Are Sons and Daughters, Tunic: Wolf & Rita

Leggings: Little Creative Factory, Shoes: Teva

Look 2

Hat: Folk Made, Shirt: Venera Arapu, Skirt: JNBY, Shoes: Gris, Waste Bag: Fashion Nova

Look 3

Dress: Little Creative Factory, Visor: Village Thrive, Shoes: Nike

Look 4

Dress: Petite Amalie, Hat: House of Paloma, Backpack: Small Lot Co

Look 5

Tulle Jacket: Little Creative Factory, Dress: JNBY, Hat: Vintage, Sandals: Pepe Children’s Shoes

 

 

View further posts and stories featuring Io on Junior Style here.

 

 

 

 

 

 

Photography by Sabrina Philippou – All rights reserved.

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