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I’ve been following RaeAnna, the Mama behind Marlee Jeans, for a couple of years now. Her handmade children’s clothing is adorable, and while you’ll see a lot of girly looks on her page, she makes some pretty dapper duds for the boys, too. As much as I was nervous about being a mother to a little girl (mainly, honestly, I’m worried about being mother to a teenage girl, because… well… karma), having a little model for a Marlee Jeans 3-piece outfit is a definite perk.
I looked through RaeAnna’s work in her Marlee Jeans Fan Club and knew immediately that I wanted a faux-pocket raglan dress, leggings and her signature booties. Typically, RaeAnna makes the dress with a hood, but I preferred a version without a hood because I find hoods get in the way of winter layers.
I told her I loved purple, I chose the bat masks because… well… Batman… and this is what she sent my way:
I would wear this. I would absolutely rock this outfit. I suspect this marks the beginning of a trend of dressing my daughter how I would like to be dressed. (Until she starts voicing her opinion on the matter.)
Anyway, I think she likes it. If I’m going to choose custom clothes for my kids, I want to make sure it’s not just an outfit for a special occasion. I want these lovingly made garments to get worn. I chose leggings and a raglan dress because of both cuteness and comfort. If I’m essentially wearing glorified pajamas everyday, then so are my kids!
The leggings have cuffs that I can roll up if needed, so they grow with baby. The dress can slowly become a shirt as she gets longer. I think she may chub out of this ensemble (we have the 9 months size) for a while, but once she’s mobile and slims down, I expect the leggings will fit her again, and she may even rock the top as a three-quarter-length sleeve.
Since she outgrew her newborn-sized Padraigs, she is wearing her Marlee Jeans booties all the time. They have a light-fleece lining, and the tall (and oh-so-funky) snap-on cuffs keep them on, even in the babycarrier.
The only thing I’d change about our outfit is that rather than leggings, I’d get RaeAnna to make a pair of Maxaloones, since I love that roll-down waist band.
We get a lot of compliments on our Marlee Jeans outfit, and I’m sure it’s not our last!
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RaeAnna’s most popular items are her hoodies, Maxaloones and dresses. She takes custom orders through her Facebook page. She lists her items first in her fan group, then on Etsy. You can also find her products monthly on Make it Canadian Eh’s Hyena Cart.
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