A Field of Bluebonnets

A Field of Bluebonnets

You know it's Spring time in Texas when the highways and pastures are filled with bluebonnets! If you have never experienced sitting in a field of bluebonnets, I recommend taking some time this Easter weekend and having a mini photo session with your little ones.  Travel down some of our back roads and you are sure to find some open fields. 

Atlas and I had fun getting dressed up for the bluebonnets and I always seem to gravitate toward Ralph Lauren for the little titan's outfits this time of year. I would say his style consists of classic pieces he can wear year round, and Ralph Lauren is offering some great pieces for toddler boys this season. 

Atlas's oxford chambray shirt is last season, but you can find a similar blue oxford here, and a pair of slacks here. We are currently crushing on this short sleeve gingham poplin shirt and the cotton oxford shorts in hampton blue for his Spring wardrobe. This sweater vest is also adorable for a little boy. 

I am wearing my new favorite white dress for Spring from Lulu's which I think is now sold out because I can't find it online. You can find a similar lace one here, and I also love the long sleeves on this one for a music festival or craft fair outing.  I really want this one for the office and it is a classic piece you could wear over and over. Lulu's is becoming one of my new favorite online stores to shop for me because they have so much variety and you can find budget options available that are just as cute! They also have great sales if you sign up for their email list. Shop Lulu's and enjoy $10 off + Free Shipping on orders over $100- Use promo code 'Freeship10' at checkout. Click here! 

I hope that you all have a fabulous Easter weekend and I hope you get the chance to pick up some of these great classic pieces for Spring. Special thanks to my brother for taking these pictures of us! Have a great holiday weekend everyone.

Until our next adventure, 

A Titan's Mother 

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