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I can’t believe how early Easter is this year. I know I may say this every year, but this year almost caught me off guard. I was on a mission to find our perfect Easter dresses, I remember the time when I was able to buy “whatever” for my daughters and they were happy, but they are teens and they have their own different tastes and styles which is making shopping for clothes a lot difficult. The stores I like, they call vieja stores, meaning that there is nothing for them, but some of the stores that they want to buy from are not appropriate for their age: transparency, too short, showing a lot of skin, and such. Also on my agenda was putting together the Easter baskets, which I always like to keep it simple: bubbles, candy eggs, Reese’s, Peeps, toys, coloring books etc. When I told my daughters that we had to go shopping for spring and easter they weren’t too excited, until I told them we were going to Kohl’s. Kohl’s is one of the only stores that we find outfits that fit all our individual styles plus all the easter décor, tabletop, seasonal table linens and of course all the goodies for the easter baskets like candy and toys. Kohl’s, is our natural destination to plan and celebrate las Pascuas (Easter).
Liah is wearing a beautiful Lily Rose dress
Dafne is wearing a SO dress.
I’m wearing an LC Lauren Conrad dress and candie’s shoes.
If you manage to go shopping with your daughters and stick to a list, please give me your tips, because I went to Kohl’s to buy our perfect spring dresses and ended up with 6 t-shirt, 2 pair of shoes, 2 sunglasses, a swimsuit, a PJ, and 6 items from the clearance section, because who can resist a sale? not me. But I can’t complain because my princesses are super happy with their finds, and in one stop I was done with all my easter/ spring shopping.