Family Style for the Win

While all moms, of course, love looking cute, let’s be honest, it’s also usually our job to make sure our family looks presentable as well. Although your do list is most likely already long, you might need to add a family stylist. Whether your family is taking an annual family photo, off to a reunion, heading to an intimate wedding, or need to take it up a notch, here are some helpful style tips. Ensure your photos are not only post-worthy but also that your family is happy at the end of the day.


One of the most important things to consider is the weather. Not being prepared for the right temperature can ruin an occasion, so bringing layers for each family member is essential. Also important is considering the location, as each area has different dress codes. Special events call for high-quality materials that will ensure you all look put together. Opt for classic over trendy; what looks good on someone else might not be the best look for you. It’s wise to limit striking patterns, characters, or logos as they can cheapen the look. Always give yourself a few weeks before an event to make sure all items fit and are ready for the big day. Tailors can be your friend, so don’t be afraid to ask for help. It’s not always wise for everyone to wear the same colors, but each member’s personality should shine through. Real Simple reminds moms, as a rule, it’s better to be overdressed than underdressed, no matter what the occasion. 


Mom’s Come First


Let’s start with moms as you’re the person who keeps the family in top shape. If mama ain’t happy, ain’t nobody happy. It is best to start by finding your look first. Accept your body and the lifestyle you’ve chosen. Once that’s done, you’ll know the color palate to coordinate the rest of the family’s attire. No matter your body type, think flowy, stretchy, but not fitted enough to show off that beautiful figure. Dark colors are usually the most flattering, but every woman is different. While it can seem easy to throw on a pair of flip-flops, at the end of the day, your body won’t be happy, and you won’t be able to enjoy your day as much. Jewelry should be subtle, not taking attention away from the fashion. It’s ok to splurge on a manicure to look more polished. A mom’s best friend is dry shampoo, lip gloss, under-eye concealer, and mascara that will make you look fabulous. 


Hot Dad Vibes


There are a few rules to follow when it comes to stylish your man, suggests The Trend Setter. Most important is fit; make sure whatever clothes you select are not too tight, are ironed, have the right hem, and sticking with muted colors is best. Providing elegance and comfort, men’s designer loafers are an excellent wardrobe addition for any family man. You’ll be surprised how the simple decision to swap your usual trainers for loafers can make your outfits look a lot more put together. Try teaming them with slim jeans, chinos, khakis, or cotton shorts. You shouldn’t feel guilty about investing in quality. Make sure you book an appointment for a fresh haircut and manscape that facial hair so that the whole look comes together nicely. 


Adorable Yet Practical Kids Style


It’s alright to want the perfect look for your children, but lovingly keep in mind that kids aren’t usually that concerned with fashion. Keep in mind no matter what the event, they will most likely be eating at some point, so it’s best to steer clear of light colors that will quickly get dirty. If under the age of five, it might be wise to pack a backup outfit in case of accidents. Especially when in those early years, itchy fabrics or too many layers won’t make for a happy camper. While we understand kids grow like weeds, that doesn’t mean they need to endure shoes that aren’t comfortable. Purchase footwear they can play in and wear all day.


Family memories at any event are moments frozen in time that we will cherish forever. Focus on accomplishing a cohesive look and dressing in outfits that will allow your photos to take on a timeless feel. There are plenty of style tips and tricks out there telling you what you should and shouldn’t do if you want to be a stylish mom. However, the only rule is to do what makes you feel like you when it comes down to it. Forget any rules about avoiding specific colors in certain seasons or straying away from certain styles. What makes you feel most comfortable, confident, and stylish is what you should do. Your love for your family will shine through inside and out.

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