This week’s extra special Wardrobe Wednesday post comes from the always fabulous Morgan of Morgan Dawson Photography. We are highlighting an awesome retailer this week – Tea Collection. I’ve only recently discovered this brand myself, and I am in heaven! You’ll be seeing some two-year birthday pictures of my Emory sporting some Tea threads in a few weeks! The reason why this is an extra special post is because it’s the first post of a new era for Wardrobe Wednesday – you can now find us on Facebook! It will be a great way to have all of our posts in a central location, and it will also allow us to do even more to help you coordinate your custom portrait wardrobe as well as offer tips on great sales, highlight retailers, AND maybe even have a giveaway every now and again. So, hint, hint … if you really like giveaways and Tea Collection, then you’ll probably want to go check out the new Facebook Page … just sayin’! Here’s what Morgan has to say:
“No matter where you live, the weather is changing every day. Here in upstate New York, the weather the past few days has ranged from the low 50s to the upper 80s with sun, rain and blowing wind.
With things so unpredictable, how do you figure out what to wear for your fall photos?
Flexibility. Layers. Coordinating looks.
You’re probably thinking, “That’s easier said than done!” Don’t worry, I’ve got it all figured out… with a little help from a new favorite store: Tea Collection.
Tea Collection, founded in San Francisco in 2002, offers children’s fashions with the tagline “For little citizens of the world.” They offer two labels: the signature, globally-inspired Collection, and their mix-and-match play clothes called Daily Tea. This season’s Collection is inspired by Old World Hungary, with Spain coming up next spring. Trust me, it’s very cool stuff.
I had a difficult time picking out the outfits below, but only because there were so many options! Most of the items pictured come in sizes for children 6 months to 11 years old, but babies and women (yes, us!) are also represented. As you can see, it’s easy to add a sweater or jacket on top, or leggings and tights on the bottom if the temperature drops. A few items – like the blue sweater, cuffed pants and shows – are unisex. To make things even easier, Tea has created several “Daily Tea” mix-and-match sets (like a 6-piece coordinated set of three tops and three bottoms for $129) and their “Wear Now Layer Later” collections for girls. How brilliant is that!
Total flexibility mixed with one-stop shopping. What more can you ask for? I hope you have as much fun with it as we are.”