A little birdie told me that most kids are going back to school at some point this week! Can’t believe it’s already that time of year.
If you haven’t back to school shopping yet, don’t worry! You can get your child an entire back to school wardrobe for around $200 that will fit their style and personality.
#ThatsMyKid is a campaign from JCPenney all over social media to show off the uniqueness, the cool, the hip, the fun, the silly – everything that our kids are. It’s all about self-expression.
Not surprisingly, my daughter is a fashionista. (Or fashion-easter as she calls it. LOL) She knows exactly what she wants to wear and really doesn’t want my opinion or approval on her outfits anymore. The most I get out of her is “Which shoes do you think will go best with my outfit?” Otherwise, I just get to sick back and watch the fashion show, that is my daughter.
So naturally when it came time to go shopping for back to school clothes, I needed her help! Since her little brother was sick, it’s a hassle to go out with the new baby and we don’t even live near a JCPenney, we decided to do what we do best… SHOP ONLINE!
We were both surprised to find our online shopping cart filled with over $200 of super stylish and fashionable clothes in less than an hour. I then helped my daughter narrow down her choices into outfits that would be practical for school. She was so thrilled to find so many things that styles that fit her personality.
When our order arrived in the mail, she was ecstatic!
It was easy to find styles that fit my daughter’s unique personality – eclectic, stylish and free spirited. JCPenney’s #ExpressYourSelfie style finder helped us quickly find clothing that my daughter fell in love with. “Free Spirit” and “Sweet & Sassy” were right up her alley.
Here is a glimpse of what she found and 10 of the outfits she put together…
When It Fits, You Feel It.
How would you describe your child’s style? What does their fashion sense say about them?
Disclosure: Compensation was provided by JCPenney via Mode Media. The opinions expressed herein are those of the author and are not indicative of the opinions or positions of JCPenney.