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Sunday Styles: Little Bell

Next week, Siella and I are heading to Florida; just the two of us! I think it’s safe to say the two of us just equally excited about it. It will be the first time that either Jason or I have I traveled with just one of the kids, and it will be a good dose of some one on one time. Every week, I am constantly battling to split my time between all three. While somedays I succeeded, other days I am left wiped out, feeling as though one was left out. I hope to make these individual retreats more regular occurrences. And Ryder is already asking where the two of us are going!
Little Bell by Alicia Bell Little Bell by Alicia Bell

With this and other warm weather expeditions on the horizon, and I am busting to break out our bathing suits and summer dresses. I recently discovered Little Bell by Alicia Bell, which couldn’t have been more perfect for my girls, and definitely right up my alley.

Little Bell by Alicia Bell Little Bell by Alicia Bell

All Bell collections are comprised of easy, lightweight pieces, which aim to capture the femininity of girls and women, through vibrant prints, and clean cuts. Ranging from flowy blouses and tunics to shirt dresses and soft button ups, that are both comfortable and durable, their line is ideal for travel while still remaining effortlessly stylish and feminine.

Little Bell by Alicia Bell

Siella’s white frock is called the Chloe Top, which will be ideal for layering on vacation, and can be worn  over her swim suit or dress. Her teal flowy Swing Dress, called the Bell, comes in an array of different paisley prints; and both pieces actually come in adult sizes too!

Little Bell by Alicia Bell Little Bell by Alicia Bell

So looking forward to this trip with Siella, and to all of our mini and me moments, with Alicia Bell Collection this summer!

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1 thought on “Sunday Styles: Little Bell”

  1. OK. The fact I am smitten with that clothing line goes without saying 🙂
    And the one on one time? I only have one, but I really still remember when my own mother made it a priority to spend one-on-one time with me. As one of three girls I treasured those moments.

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