A couple of weeks ago, I published a ‘Tween Outfit of the Day’ post where my beautiful daughter Stacey showed off a gorgeous coral combo that she’d been rocking. And since it seemed to go down really well with you guys, today we thought we’d do another one!
Today’s outfit is one that I treated her to ready for our annual holiday to Great Yarmouth at the end of the month, but she loved so much that she just couldn’t wait to wear it … tribal print.
So, without any further ado, let me tell you all about this weeks tween outfit of the day!
Belted Tribal Print Dress
I actually came across this gorgeous girls belted tribal print dress by accident. I was browsing the Forever 21 website for some new clothes for myself, and when I couldn’t find anything I liked I decided to have a quick look at their kids section and it jumped out at me straight away! I’d never bought anything for Stacey from there before so I was really pleased when it arrived and was just as good quality wise as their ladies clothes are.
The short sleeved dress is white with an all over tribal print in lots of different shades of pink, purple and orange. It’s really vibrant and when she wore it earlier people commented on how lovely and eye-catching it was straight away. It has an elasticated waist and there are three buttons sewn on to the left shoulder for detail. It also has 2 front patch pockets and comes with a skinny faux leather belt that I’m sure you’ll agree looks lovely. Stacey’s not usually one for wearing belts, but she seems to like this one.
The dress is fairly short and I can see this being something that Stacey wears a lot over the next few months as the weather (hopefully) gets a lot warmer.
Belted Tribal Print Babydoll Dress – Forever 21 – £12.00
You might remember I recently mentioned that Stacey was in need of some new sandals? Well, last week we found a pair that she absolutely loved in Primark. They’re not really the sort of thing I usually buy, but they suit Stacey’s style and actually go quite well with the tribal print dress!
The sandals are a similar style to a gladiator shoe, and have an elasticated rose gold ankle strap, snake print straps a little further down the foot, and a glittery, textured toe strap. They slip-on easily and zip up at the back. I know they won’t be to everyone’s taste, but if you’re after something a little different for your tween this summer then they’re absolutely perfect.
These sandals are from the Young Dimension range at Primark.
Sandals – Primark – £8.00
To finish the look, Stacey chose to wear her Princess Tiara ring from Pandora. If you read our last tween fashion post then you’ll have already seen this one before, but just incase you missed it, I’ll tell you a little about it …
The ring is made from sterling silver with a tiara and cubic zirconia set within it. I think it looks absolutely gorgeous on its own, but it’s actually designed so you can wear some of the rings from their stackable collection underneath it. Stacey only has this one at the moment as she saved up her birthday and Christmas money to buy it, but she has her eye on loads of others, so it probably won’t be long until she has more!
Princess Tiara Ring – Pandora – £40.00
What do you guys think of Stacey’s tribal print dress?
As always, I’d love to hear from you.
Thanks for reading.
*Unless otherwise stated, all items were purchased with my own money