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Schoola is #GivingStyle To Kids

This post contains affiliate links. I received a promotional product so that we could create our very own style.

If you follow Mom Fuse you know that we recently introduced Schoola, an awesome site that lets you donate clothes and shop for gently used clothes to help raise money for your local school.

Well now they are working on their #GivingStyle campaign and sent my daughter two dresses (that she absolutely adores by the way) so that we could dress them up or down and create her very own style look. She was thrilled with the idea from the beginning. She’s 6 and loves dresses and playing with her style choices. 

We had such a good time trying to mix and match these dresses with different accessories and other pieces of clothing so it really surprised me when my daughter ended up just wearing the dresses by themselves.

She tried to get away with makeup:

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But, at 6 we thought she was a little too young for makeup. And she was not very happy.

So this is what she looked like after the makeup fiasco:

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And yes, she’s in a different outfit because she apparently can’t wear the blue dress without makeup.. why, I don’t know but that’s how it works in a 6 year old’s mind.

And then we were apparently done! She was so upset about the makeup thing she refused to take more pictures.

Ahh.. the great 6 year old attitude. I’ve heard it doesn’t getting any better from here.

I let her be creative as she wants to be, just no makeup yet, she’ll often wear different clothes than what other kids wear at school and will then come home the next couple of days saying so and so wore something similar. She loves to be the trendsetter!

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