A Laelia Outfit #5 – Easter

A Laelia Outfit #5 – Easter

So, my baby was born in this weird Easter vortex where she had her first birthday after she turned one. Last year Easter was on April 4th, this year it was April 24th (also my sister’s birthday). She was born April 17th, and so she missed an Easter! Interesting, huh? Maybe just to me :).

This was Laelia’s Easter outfit. This dress is from babystyle, and it’s very special to me because it was one of my most favorite prints I ever designed, and also one of the only things I have from babystyle.  I’ve been saving it for her Easter outfit since before she was conceived! I’m not even sure this ever hit stores, as it was scheduled for delivery after most of us were laid off. It was a mommy and me print – there was a beautiful maxi dress in this print for maternity. :) I put the big flower on a headband, and the little flowers on her gold T-strap sandals from Old Navy. Her shoes are such a hit! Be prepared to see them in lots of outfits. :)

One Response to A Laelia Outfit #5 – Easter

  1. Kristin says:

    Oh my gosh! I love this outfit. That dress is too cute, and those sandals. I wish they came in my size. :)

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Welcome to Visual Vocabularie! My name is Jesyka, and I am a designer, artist, mom to Laelia and Luca, wife to software engineer and UX designer Tyler, coffee lover, and all around enthused person. This is my blog; here I share my personal projects, whether it's a furniture makeover, a new painting, a birthday party, an invitation I designed, or a favorite outfit for my little. You’ll also catch a glimpse into our family life in Los Angeles.

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