I love how the styles are seriously cool, yet always SO SOFT. Tucker and Tate designers really seem to try and cater to the kinds of things kids can wear while still running around and being kids.
For example: Raines hates jeans. But these pants? He LOVES. They’re a good compromise for the sweatpant kid (and they happen to be on sale).
“Mom, can I look mean?” Sure, buddy.
sweater: Tucker and Tate tiger sweater
shoes: Vans flames
hat: Neff beanie
Even the Tucker and Tate skinny jeans seemed to pass Raines’ seemingly arbitrary and infuriating pant-test. I’ve learned not to hold my breath when it comes to R and jeans, but he has worn the Tucker and Tates several times without pitching a big fit about how high the rise come up (Gap) or how much they slide off his butt (Joe’s) so I’m calling this a win.
Pax, who I typically do not include in these types of sponsored posts simply because he is completely and totally unpredictable in every possible way…wanted in on the action. So he wandered into the studio dressed in Raines’ stuff.
Awwww….right? DON’T BE FOOLED. Hugs don’t stay hugs for long in this house.
And we’re DONE. That’s a wrap, folks.
shirt: Tucker and Tate woven shirt – this shirt is genius for boys. It’s a button-down made out of t-shirt fabric. I sent ours back for one size down. It seems like this shirt runs a bit big (and the fabric is so soft that even a bit snug it’ll still fit ok).
tie: sold out…but to be honest, I didn’t love it. At this age, the zipper ties work SO much better. I like this star print zipper tie.
sneaks: Converse for kids
hat: Neff beanie
And BTW, the girl’s Tucker and Tate is equally amazing. For example….
I KNOW, right? I’d wear that in a heartbeat. (Here’s a link to the whole outfit.)
Also? OH BABY.
If you end up dressing your man-baby in this Tucker and Tate romper, please tag me on Instagram so I can coo. (Actually….this would be pretty adorbs on a girl-baby too….)
ps. A huge thank-you to Nordstrom for sponsoring this post! We all had so much fun with this one. And as always, all product choices, thoughts, opinions, and dubious parenting choices (take the picture or break up the fight?) are my own.