Raising A Maxxinista

Miss C loathes shopping in case you can’t you tell from this photo.

Seriously the girl knows her stuff. And she’s just 8. I may be hiring her as my stylist in a few years. She has great taste!

Read about our fun back to school fashion haul at T.J. Maxx over on my review blog. I’m also giving away a nice oversized special edition Save the Children shopping tote.


  1. EG says:

    That’s funny ’cause in your sidebar you have a picture of yourself in a pink shirt with ruffles that look a little like the horizontal stripes Miss C has here, and with black.

  2. Kaye says:

    She is too cute. And yes, you will be taking fashion advice from your girls in a few short years. I have learned to buy very little without my daughter, but she has worked retail for nearly four years now. And LOVE most everything she picks out.
    .-= Kaye´s last blog ..Nice to be rescued =-.

  3. WorkingMom says:

    Your post is SOOOooo timely!!!! I started the back-to-school shopping yesterday at… you guessed it – my local TJ Maxx! I know having boys is much easier, particularly in the wardrobe department, but it seems that they also become fashion- (and label-) conscious in middle school. The Oldest starts high school this year, and has outgrown a number of vital wardrobe pieces… like his pants! He was thrilled when he found American Eagle shirts and sweaters at TJ Maxx. The real score was an great American Eagle jacket for him for the fall – it was only $29.99!
    .-= WorkingMom´s last blog ..Its ALIVE!!! =-.

  4. Jamie says:

    Kaye, I forgot that your daughter works at Banana Republic. Niiiiice.

    Miss C loves to put outfits together. I am still glad we have standard school attire, though, since it would be a huge deal every day for her to decide what to wear to school!

    Working Mom we made several stops Wednesday searching for khaki shorts…TJ Maxx, Old Navy, Walmart and then finally scored at Target. It’s just too hot here yet for khaki pants!!
    .-= Jamie´s last blog ..Raising A Maxxinista =-.

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