Street Attitude

Last week I posted my daughter, Alana, wearing her leopard pants in a playful, yet chic style. If you have not seen that post, you can check it out HERE.  This week, I wanted to show you how you can these dress pants up.  When I dolled her up, she could not keep herself out of the mirror. LOL!
ljWhen converting these pants over to  a dressier style, I still kept the main part of the outfit quite simple but, I added bold accessories to play up the look.
divA5A staple in my kids wardrobes are plenty of black and white plain tee shirts; whether they are short or long sleeved. I love them because they can be dressed up or down and they pretty much go with everything.  Another cute added touch to this outfit could be a simple cardigan or faux leather jacket because it will also go well during the colder months.
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Hair Bows: Forever21// Sunnies: Target// Necklace: Charlotte Russe// T-Shirt & Shoes: Target// Pants: DIY

Want to make a pair for your kids and even yourself? Watch this DIY!

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