I received several items for this review, all opinions are my own.
My girls absolutely love wearing cute, comfy clothes. They love to pick items out for themselves and come up with fun outfits. Wildlings clothing is cute, comfy and unique! As a Mom I love that their shirts can go with almost any pair of pants! I love that these are unisex kids clothing and that the shirts can be worn multiple ways.
Charlotte received the Strawberry Eyes shirt and she fell in love. I let her choose some shorts and they went perfectly with the shirt! She loved that it was soft and of course the cute Strawberry eyes. “This shirt is screen printed by hand using non-toxic, water based black ink on a fuchsia American Apparel kids short sleeve t-shirt. The image has been heat set to ensure durability of the print. Design placement may vary. All prints are meant to be perfectly imperfect.” (Wildlings website)
Leah loved the Night-Night Bat shirt and Moon Phases Leggings that she received. Leah is getting to that stage where what she wears makes her day. She loves to pick out her own clothes and loves to match it with cute pants. Leah lives in leggings and so this was the perfect outfit for her.
The baby even received some cute items to match the girls!
Wildlings has so many different shirts and cute pants to choose from. I love the quality of the clothing, it’s soft and the girls can absolutely “live” in them.
“I’m Emily. I’m a mom to Stella, a wife to James and an artist. After finishing college (much) later than I had expected, I had no idea what to do with my studio art degree. During my last semester, I was driving home from class thinking about the project I was working on at the time. It was an almost three foot tall sculpture of a monster that had been in my head for a few years. I did a painting of the same monster a couple of years back and I realized it just kept popping up in all of my projects. Then it hit me… kids clothes! The monster had so many elements to it. It could be whimsical or spooky or symbolic. To me, the monster always represented the idea of being whatever you want to be. It’s like a costume that you can always wear, and always change. All of those things reminded me of the amazing imaginations of kids.