It is finally starting to feel like spring in NYC. The trees are in full bloom, colorful tulips sprouting from the ground, the sun is shining, and we finally put our winter coats away. Although, 60’s is not exactly the temps I would like, but I will all take it for now. After the winter that we had, I am so excited to start shopping for spring and summer clothes. We have a few trips planned over the next few months and our wardrobes need to be updated with more lightweight clothing.
I mentioned a few weeks back, that I am an AppaMom for the brand Appaman. I will be featuring a few looks from Appaman on my site and show you how I like to style their clothes for Ryder. Since the weather still calls for pants, I chose their Skinny Twill Pants. Appaman is the only designer that gets tall and skinny boys, seriously! These pants fit Ryder impeccable and can totally be worn dressed up or dressed down. They are soft and light with a stylish slim cut, and named the perfect warm-weather pant. The skinny also features an adjustable elastic waistband; which is so key for any type of pant. Ry is wearing the vintage black color which is a dark gray, other colors include navy, gator green (khaki), and graphite (white).
And to go with this perfect skinny, I chose a classic henley. Since Appaman’s long sleeve henley’s were such a hit, they decided to bring it back in a short sleeve version. What I love so much about this, is that this is our version of “dressing up”. Unless we are at a formal affair, Ryder is never with a collared shirt or polo. That is just his style and what he prefers, so when Ryder puts on this sharp tee, his look transforms into a more dressed up vibe. It is also available in heather grey and blue, and I think I may need to own all three colors.
I am so excited to finally get back outside and share my kids style files with you in our NYC back drop. It has been so tough the past fews months snapping our fashion finds outside. Yay for Spring!
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