Monday, May 17, 2010

The Little American Salutes The Navy


Last week Daddy and I stopped into Old Navy to purchase a new pair of swim trunks for me. We were impressed with the store's summer collection. Of course, Daddy couldn't resist this shopping opportunity.

He thought I looked like a boy super model in this brown linen shirt with white stitching so I gave him my Zoolander pose.
However, we disagreed about the hat. It was a too much for my taste, but to please Daddy, I donned
the itchy bonnet for photos.

I do love the coordinating faux leatherl sandals but am a bit toe-shy. But, I wore them to rave reviews and several parents asked where I purchased them; the accolades made me appreciate them even more. My new seer sucker slacks with brown pin stripes are extremely comfortable and are the perfect trousers to complete my summer resort look.

Ahhh, much better without the hat. Here I am taking a five minute thumb sucking break after the photo shoot. Daddy can be stressful to work with at times.

I wonder if Daddy remembered he put me in pull ups for this photo shoot?

Here I am in the same style linen shirt in light blue.

I hope you enjoyed my domestic fashion show. I may not be in Paris...but with Old Navy, I'm feeling fashionably stylish at home in America.

15 comments:

Paris Atelier said...

So Stinkin' cute!!! I'm running out to buy those pants for my little Justin asap...and the hat! I love his Cuban alfresco look, it's fantastic!!!
You guys are just adorable!
xoxo
Judith~

Allie and Pattie said...

Well, now I have to add Old Navy to my to-do list today! How adorable is he! I have to find that shirt and those pants for Jake- perfect for south Florida!
xoxo pattie

MaryBeth said...

He could not be any cuter if he tried!

Tristan Robin Blakeman said...

I'm totally digging the resort look - you should be playing the trumpet in a New Orleans' jazz band (yes, I'm immersed in "Treme" right now).

You have the biggest lamb I have ever seen. It looks as if you have too much fun. I think you have received somebody else's share of fun, too!

vignette design said...

Adorable! Your Little American is just ADORABLE! And stylin' too!

Will @ Bright.Bazaar said...

Julio, I've just discovered your blog and it's rocking. Loving the tablescapes inspiration and the personal posts. I'll be back for sure! Have a lovely weekend. Will x

The Quintessential Magpie said...

Julio, that is the most adorable little boy! His wardrobe is impeccable, but his smile steals the show! What a cutie pie!

XO,

Sheila :-)

Linda Q said...

Oh so totally adorable that little American! Love his hat and his cool Summer outfit.
Hope you are all well there at Beaux Mondes Julio!
Hugs, Linda

scribbler-unfocused said...

This is just the cutest thing! I would love to squeeze him, but if I remember my own son at that age, they don't always take kindly to being squeezed!

Scribbler

Chris said...

Oh, how CUTE!
Actually, he looks quite dashing.

Rettabug said...

♫ ♫ "Ring~Ring ♫ ♫ "Hello? Oh, its GQ calling for the Little American? Hold on one second...we're getting another call. Hello? Oh, hello Esquire. No, I'm sorry but the Little American is napping at the moment but I have his Dads call you back about scheduling a photo shoot very soon! " (Repeat statement to first caller)

He is so stinkin' cute, Julio!!! Charm & style up the waazooo!

katiedid said...

OMG!!!! CUTEST thing EVER! Fashion icon in the making. Ahem....do they have cute stuff like this for us girls too?

Karena said...

Julio, what a doll you have there. he is going to grow up haviin as good of taste as his dad!

Karena
Art by Karena

Susan (Between Naps on the Porch) said...

Julio...this reminded me sooo much of when my son was little. I had the best time buying clothes for him...he had more clothes/outfits and was way better dressed than his Mom.
:) Of course, all those clothes were soon outgrown within months...but I loved shopping for him. Your Little American is precious! I really like the white shorts with the blue shirt...all that's missing is the yacht. ;-)

Anonymous said...

We have a Poppa and Daddy in our family and they love Old Navy (even though Daddy runs Nordstrom.com)
Every little guy should have such wonderful parents!