I love Tea! I mean I love, love, love Tea!
I have to frame my love for Tea and their children's clothes for you. I read a lot of mom blogs. For the past few years I have read countless posts about mom bloggers' love for Tea and have seen a plethora of adorable little ones in Tea baby girl clothes. I wished for the longest time that I knew about Tea when my girls were little. It's a little like wishing I knew about all the awesome strollers on the market when my daughters were babies when all I really knew about were the basic ones.
Now, Tea has girls' clothing including girls' dresses and I couldn't be more thrilled! I am so happy that even though my daughters are much older now (my oldest just became a teen), they can also wear Tea. Yay!
For back to school, Tea sent our daughters the most gorgeous pieces that they could style and wear for you. We decided to take a short road trip to our nation's capitol where they could show off their outfits. To us, there's no better historical and educational place in the country besides Washington. My daughters were so excited to model Tea's back to school collection here on Mom Bloggers Club. So, without further ado...Tea's Outfitted: Back to School collection for girls!
And by the way, there is a giveaway, too! Tea will send five winners outfits that are girls are modelinh. To enter, please tell us which outfit you like best and you may be a winner. Giveaway is open to US residents only and has been extended to August 12, 2011. The winner will be chosen randomly.
Note: If you see a piece that is not linked it will come out in Tea's later fall collection.
|Historic Dupont Circle neighborhood, Washington, DC: My oldest wearing the Marimba Mini Dress ($30). Comes in Surf and Indigo. She's also wearing lily skinny stretch leggings ($22).
||I've always believed clothes are all about the details.
See the beautiful flower print and pockets? 100% Cotton,
|Outside Starbucks, Dupont Circle, Washington, DC: Our youngest is wearing the Boxy Floral Top ($35) from Tea's later fall collection.
||Here's a close up of the flower pattern. My youngest is
a little artist and loves the colors of the flowers.
|Starbucks, Dupont Circle: Washington, DC: Our oldest sipping hot chocolate in Tea's Courtyard Tile Dress ($49) and radish skinny stretch leggings ($22).
||Close up of the Courtyard Tile Dress ($49).
The print is embroidered. $49.00. 100% cotton
and machine washable.
|In front of the Christian Heurich House Museum in Dupont Circle, Washington DC.||Notice the zipper detail in our youngest daughter's
Como Denim Skinny Pants ($39). Rockstar!
|Historic Dupont Circle neighborhood, Washington, DC: Youngest modeling Tea's Dia Del Mercado dress ($55).||
|Freer/ Sackler Museum, Washington, DC. Our youngest daughter is wearing Tea's Bazaar Sábado Tunic ($59) and Como Denim Skinny pants. Our oldest is wearing Tea's Hacienda Stripe Dress.||
Different angles of outfits. Hacienda Stripe Dress is
|Outside the Smithsonian, Washington, DC: Our youngest in Tea's Dia Del Mercado dress ($55).||Outside the Smithsonian, Washington, DC: This is our
oldest daughter's favorite dress.
It's the Flores de Calabaza Dress.
|Outside the Smithsonian, Washington, DC||Outside the Smithsonian, Washington, DC
(in the Moongate Garden.
|Davidson College: Davidson, NC. Our youngest is wearing Tea's Dulce Sarape Poncho ($79).||Davidson College: Davidson, NC. Tea's Dulce Sarape Poncho ($79) is 100% Pima cotton. Notice the hood?|
|Davidson College: Davidson, NC. Our youngest really loves pockets. Tea's Dulce Sarape Poncho ($79) doesn't disappoint.||Davidson College: Davidson, NC. Our oldest is wearing Tea's Bird of Paradise dress ($39) and radish leggings.|
|Davidson College: Davidson, NC. Our oldest wearing Tea's Bird of Paradise dress ($39) and radish leggings.||Davidson College: Davidson, NC. Notice the ribbing on Tea's Bird of Paradise dress ($39).|