I love making clothes for Elliot that feature bold prints. These items have a track record of being the most-loved and most-worn items in his wardrobe. The fox tee I posted yesterday is one example, and the radio pants I made for Elliot last fall are another. Maybe you even remember Elliot’s green medal pants? Those things were awesome. Bold prints make clothing more fun and interesting, and they add color, as well.
Here are some fun pictures from the Celebrate the Boy Flickr group that I really love to get you thinking about how to use prints in your boy’s wardrobe!
Lots more photos of this adorable outfit here.
1. t-shirtjes voor Matisse. 2. T(ea) for two.
Mamasha blogged about these elephant overalls here.
Oon blogged about these shirts here:
It’s not fair that floral prints aren’t always a popular choice for boys. Look how great they look in three of the dapper shirts below:
Top Left: feesthemd. Right: star T..
Motorized vehicles are always a favorite among boys. They’re unstoppable in these prints!
Left: black cars hoodie. Right: green pants.
Top Left: blue cars hoodie. Top Right: au travail. Bottom Left: autobroek. Bottom Right: helicopters.
The photos in this post came from the Celebrate the BOY Flickr group. Feel free to join the group and share your photos, too!
DAY 1: Rae: Saffron Pants and Color Roundup / Dana: 5 Steps to the Basic Tee
DAY 2: Rae: Little Bit of Color Hoodie / Dana: Pants Roundup
DAY 3: Rae: Hoodie Tutorial / Dana: Kids Shorts/Pants with Back Pocket Tutorial
DAY 4: Rae: Show your Stripes Turtleneck / Dana: 13 DIY Fabrics
DAY 5: Rae: Stripes Roundup and Celebration Garland / Dana: Favorite Tee Shirt Buddy Toys
DAY 6: Rae: Fox Tee / Dana: Big Stick Jammies