IFB Project #37 Roundup: Walk Down Memory Lane

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Last week, I asked you to share your childhood photos of your finest fashion moments. Who else loved this nostalgia project?!

I had so much fun browsing through your submissions and seeing your cute little faces in hilarious outfits. It's as if all of our parents had the same goal: embarrass the kids as much as possible! However, I believe that childhood is one our most creative periods in life. You don't care what people say or think; you simply wear what you want. Red pants with a pink shirt? Why not. A cowboy hat with a ballerina outfit? Sure! I think that if we added a dose of this playfulness into our daily wardrobe, we'd tap into our more authentic, lively style, even if it is a tad kooky.

Here are a few of my favorite posts. You all did fabulous!

To see all the submissions, click here. Thanks again!

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  1. Christi @ Sleepy Darlings

    This was such a great idea!! I 100% agree that a big part of photographing children is to embarass them with these photos later in life 🙂 i almost wish i had more embarassing photos…

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