Hey guys, I hope you are as excited as I am about the end of May (schools out :)) Today, I am sharing a quick recap of my recent looks on social and exciting ways for engaging the kids this holidays, if you’re not already, follow me @titispassion. Keep reading for more. My first look is this flattering wrap dress by Omoge Creations, a Nigerian designer, super cute sunnies, and glamourous shoes from Cult Gaia. This Ankara wrap dress is a perfect look for the upcoming Summer months.
A great casual look is my striped set strapless crop and pants by Diarrablu a Senegalese designer. I styled it with my versatile slides by Maison Valentino and aviator sunnies gifted to me by Sunglass Hut.
My tropical print jumpsuit is by Farmrio I styled it another pair of slides by Tory Burch is (It officially slides season y’all.)
My dress by Aliette from Shopbop is now sold out but you can get it in another color HERE. For an athleisure look, my husband has on a flattering Banks Journal shirt and you can get a similar look for his pants HERE
I got a lot of questions about my print shorts by Staud which are now sold out but you can get a similar look HERE and HERE. I paired it with a white tank.
School is out and the need to keep my munchkins entertained whilst being engaged is a priority for me. KiwiCo offers a range of amazing products created to celebrate kids’ natural creativity and curiosity. You can save 30% off by clicking HERE.
There are various crates for all age groups for engaging kids. The Panda Crate
is for ages 0- 24 months and I love the Poppy Plushie.
The Koala Crate
is perfect for ages 2- 4 years and I recommend the Window garden.
The Kiwi Crate
is ideal for ages 5 -8 years with the Eggsperiments
being simply amazing. The Atlas Crate
is ideal for ages 6 – 11 years and I found the Explore Ital
y quite engaging. The Doodle Crate
is recommended for 14+ and a good one to check out is the Chalk Board & Glow Slime.
The Tinker Crate
is for ages 9 -16+ years and I recommend the Friction Climbers
(this brings the study of friction to life).
For ages 14 – 104 years there are two crates: the Maker Crate
, I recommend the Electric Pencil Sharpener
, and finally, the Eureka Crate
of which I recommend the Headphones
. My son who is a tween loved his walking robot because he got to explore robot design and engineering. Science basically came to life! My daughter learned more about the stars and constellations with the exploring stars crate.