Obsessed with The Animals Observatory
There are so many things that I used to say before becoming a mother… one of them was: “Siblings should be raised in diversity so that each child develops their own identity; that’s why I won’t dress my children the same”. How silly and daring to judge from ignorance. That is why today, openly, I am publically eating my words and proudly sharing “twin” styles for #misdosM and my selection of favourites from The Animals Observatory summer collection.
Although The Animals Observatory has a very defined personality, the diversity of items it offers allows me to adapt them to an individual style with which I love to dress my daughters.
As you will see, I propose styles in which I mix prints, colours and styles. Don’t be put off by certain sizes or cuts that you might find too daring; they’re items designed for children’s comfort.
I have great fun dressing my little ones eclectically, with humour and even a splash of eccentricity. My daughters are drawn to the colours of the items and how bold and loud they are, and we already share an aesthetic language with which I identify, and I like that.