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Back 2 Lifestyle Journey



Hello Hello! Thanks for joining us for our journey through fashion. I’m excited for this week because we are looking back at our childhood styles and fashion trends to compare them to the kids of today. I truly LOL’d (laughed out loud) folks at the things we wore as kids but we were fly and no one could tell us differently. Today’s kiddos look different because we are dressing them more and more like US (adults). I’ll show you, check out this picture show below and at the end of it I’ll have some places where you can shop back to school clothes for your littles.



Journey Through Kids Fashion



70’s







80’s








90’s










2000’s






Today












See what I was referring to? Now, they are little fashionistas, and not that we weren’t but we didn’t look THAT fly. It’s amazing how trends change amongst the kids as well. I love that are babies are rocking more of the natural hairstyles along with us. Our little mini’s. Alright as promised here as the amazing places you can get back to school clothes from.













I have the links attached to all of them so you can peruse and find the best fit for your family and your kids. I hope you enjoyed taking a look back at what we use to wear folks. Share with me what you use to rock as kids and what style your babies are rockin with now. My son is already into sunglasses and chains. Haha!

Check out the additional recommendations below and stock up on your coffee for the cold season! Until tomorrow remember to always…


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