Back to school shopping for our kids this year has been mostly at the uniform store. Don’t even get me started on what a disaster this was! From outrageous prices to terrible customer service, it was a nightmare. The charter school that the older kids attend require their uniforms be purchased from a select retailer. All that said, their school clothes shopping is complete and next on the list is everyday wear.
Our friends from PS from Aerostale surprised the kids with a back to school outfit to start off the school year with. How cute are these back to school outfits!
- This is PS From Aero’s Brit Beat look
I am obsessed with these pants! You can’t see in the photo, but the blazer is bejeweled with a little bling bling.
- Check out the complete girls Brit Beat look
Izaiah is sporting the same outfit as E
Thanks PS from Aero. Make sure to check out their clearance section and stock up on some great summer finds at major discounts!
What Makes U Smile T-Shirt Design Contest
If you are in the market for uniforms (and your school let’s you choose where to purchase these – don’t get me started!) – check out PS from Aero Uniform Shop
The 4th annual P.S. from Aéropostale What Makes U Smile T-Shirt Design Contest gives kids the opportunity to showcase their creativity! All they have to do is submit their design through their elementary school. Its that simple.
Designed specifically for 1st 5th graders, the schools What Makes U Smile contest kit includes a paper template for each child to create their own P.S. from Aéropostale t-shirt. Five Grand Prize winners, one from each grade, will receive a $500 gift card to P.S. from Aéropostale and a $5,000 donation to their school! Since 2009, P.S. from Aéropostale has donated over $68,000 to schools and students nationwide.
From August 22nd, 2013 October 19th, 2013 kids and parents can go to www.pswhatmakesyousmile.com to sign their school up.
Mom to 4 kids, Molly aka Digital Mom is the blogger-in-chief here at digitalmomblog.com. Talking technology and mom life, Molly shares the realities of parents digital kids.