Sunday, December 14, 2014
Thursday, December 11, 2014
The book is out! (You can buy it online via the pink link at the top of the page.) Here's one last picture from the book, accompanied by short but sweet commentary from the girl herself:
"I was on my way to a Pink concert!"
Monday, December 8, 2014
"I was trying these clothes on in a store and I came out to show you. The camo overalls were way too big so I was pulling up the straps. I ended up getting the striped shirt with elbow cut-outs!"
Sunday, December 7, 2014
What My Daughter Wore Book events (both are in Brooklyn)! See you there!
"The hat is from my mom's Clockwork Orange Halloween costume. I was wearing the lace shirt because it was a special occasion - usually I wear a hoodie under that jacket."
Friday, December 5, 2014
"This is one of my favorite shirts because it's dri-fit so I can play and be cool and represent my homeland of England. GO CHELSEA! Why I wore the sombrero, I don't know."
"I really wanted to use my 1970's rainbow suspenders and thought maybe a striped shirt would look good with them. Then I found this unicorn Tshirt at the bottom of my drawer. The hat was new and a bit small but I liked the pom poms!"
Thursday, December 4, 2014
"I was sitting in the sunny spot on my brother Creedence's bed. River and Marilyn were so cool!"
Tuesday, December 2, 2014
The What My Daughter Wore book comes out on 12/9! To celebrate, for the next week I'll post a picture from the book every day, accompanied by commentary on the drawing from the girls themselves. Here's the latest:
"Don't know, don't care. Don't really know how to play electric guitar, don't care because I like to play it loud anyway!"
The What My Daughter Wore book comes out on 12/9! To celebrate, for the next week I'll post a picture from the book every day, accompanied by commentary on the drawing from the girls themselves. Here's the first:
"I loved this dress because my Gran got it for me and it's like a Chanel dress. I was going to my Great Grandmother's house for Thanksgiving and I wanted to wear the hat, and I put the feather in for Native Americans."