Sponsor Spotlight: I Dream Elephants

I have to say what sold me instantly on I Dream Elephants online shop was their section called anti-pink because that is something that might be clichéd about me, but I tire so of little girls in pink. Though I don’t have children yet, if I am blessed to have a daughter – I do realize that by me wishing pink away from her life, that it will only conspire against me to be her favorite color. And yet, unless it is fuchsia, I will be wishing pink away.

Here is what I am currently crushing on at I Dream Elephants via anti-pink ::

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Not to make the lads fret, there are great clothes for them too. You can find my picks (pictured below) for them – here, here and here.

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I know when it comes to shopping and that ever so present lack of time, it can be stressful to know what goes with what for the little ones, but I Dream Elephants can help you there with their outfit of the week and style guide categories. I wish they had those for my size.

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  1. Catherine

    You never know, you might be lucky enough to have a daughter that is anti-pink herself, like mine! She is anti anything too ‘girly’ at all. I love that she is smart and sporty but I can’t say I would be unhappy if the girl would wear a dress occasionally! (they hinder her handstands and cartwheels…) ha ha.

  2. kids dresses

    Most of the girls like pink, because of its loveliness and gentle look. Even adults like pink, also boys and most specially little girls. Anti pink is one of a way we can manage our kids fashion but most importantly is that we have to support them whatever they like.

  3. Noe

    It’s so refreshing to see this!

    Worse than the pink itself, though, is that while boys’ clothes feature guitars, surf slogans, motorcycles, monsters and the like, girls are stuck with flowers, hearts, rainbows and other decorative but non-action themes. The message, loud and clear, is: “As a female, you’re expected to be sweet and pretty. The boys get to do things.”

    I typically buy boys’ clothing for my daughter because it’s the only way to get her cool clothes (she’s 10 months).


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