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As I mentioned in my January Wardrobe Update, one of my oldest blog friends launched a children's clothing line (with some pieces for women too!) called Mīere the Label!  I've known Jamie-Lee of Mademoiselle for over 10 years now. Crazy to think I've been blogging for that long! 

 

We were able to meet in person way back in 2011 when she took a trip to New York City from New Zealand. She now lives in Australia with her husband and baby boy. I have loved watching her blog following skyrocket over the years and seeing her success! Now with her clothing line I'm even more proud. 

 

Enough gushing, on to the clothes! Jamie is the master of basics so I know anything she creates will be perfect right down to the last detail. This first sweater, made with organic cotton, has beautiful stitching, open rolled neckline and is super cozy. She designed it oversized so that mothers can easily breastfeed while wearing it. Obviously I don't need to worry about that, but the loose fit makes it perfect for wearing around the house as well as out and about. Tucking it into jeans instantly adds more dimension.

 

With this line, Mīere wanted to "create a capsule of everyday essentials that really last the distance for our little ones, so that you don't have to be constantly thinking about buying the next size up." I think it is genius that she designed them to be a little oversized so they grow with your child. They don't look huge but can easily be worn for way longer than your standard baby clothes sizes. I never know what size to buy for my friends and family, this makes that less stressful.

 

Not being satisfied with only creating a line that looks beautiful, the company is focused on being natural (even the shipping bag is compostable!)

 

At Mīere we strive for design perfection and no one does that better than mother nature.  With this in mind our collection is made using natural fibres, and sustainable materials such as organic cotton and bamboo.

If you're looking for the perfect gift for a new Mom in your life I would suggest buying her a matching set of sweaters as a unique gift! Check out the baby knitwear and don't forget mommy! Mīere also has socks, pants, sweatshirts and more is on the way!

 

Prices are in Australian Dollars and with the shipping cost (to Connecticut) I paid $88.86AUD which converted to $68.67USD. Since it's coming all the way from Australia shipping does take some time, but I got mine in just over 3 weeks.


P.S. Mīere means honey in Greek, which I find adorable because babies are sweet just like honey! I do love a clever name! (Jamie's Grandmother was from Greece so I love that she's using part of her heritage)


Sweater: Mīere the Label women's cotton knit sweater in terracotta, High Waisted Jeans: J Brand 'Maria' High Rise in Supreme, Boots: Cordani (Roundabout), Necklace: House of Harlow 1960 Starburst necklace (South Moon Under), Sunglasses: Chanel, Hat: Walt Disney World



P.P.S. Here's an adorable shot of her son in the matching baby sweater.


I wore this for my family's early Christmas celebration on the 21st. We had to do it extra early this year because I came to Missouri to celebrate Christmas with Christian's family. My first Christmas EVER not at home, so weird! I haven't worn this dress in a while and decided to give it some love.

Dress: Marc by Marc Jacobs 'Dancing Lights' dress, Heels: Coach 'Nacie' (Marshalls), Necklace: House of Harlow 'Sunburst' (from Lydia)

Do you have an item of clothing that you love but don't wear often because of the lack of clothing that really goes with it? For me it's these shorts. I try to find new ways to wear them but it's hard. In the past I've worn them with a blue knitted sweater tank, black v-neck sweater, and purple double v-neck sweater. I was going to wear them with a blue tank top this time but it was too similar to a past outfit so I went with this crop top instead.  They're also hard to style the way I want because I like to show off the awesome high waist and most of my shirts are longer and don't look right tucked in.

Crop Top: Simple Retro (Amazon), Tweed Colorblock Shorts: Proenza Schouler (Roundabout), Heels: Manolo Blahnik (Roundabout), Bag c/o Orox Leather Co 'Merces Petite Saddle', Sunglasses: Chanel, Necklace: House of Harlow 1960 'Five Station Blackened Arrowhead'



I was going to post this last week but the rainy weather left me with only 2 outfit posts and I didn't want to only have 2 posts during the week so I decided to take the whole week off to get ahead for this week! I wore this on a dreary day a couple weeks ago for my daily walk in the park. I haven't worn this jacket in a while because it's so loud and crazy, but it was perfect for brightening up a dull day. (Despite the clouds I was very squinty because the sun was trying to peek out, hence still wearing sunglasses, haha!)

Floral Windbreaker: Target, Cashmere Turtleneck: Vince (Marshalls), Jeans: J Brand 'Mid Rise Photo Ready Super Skinny Jean' (Gilt), Sneakers: PUMA c/o Kicks USA, Necklace: House of Harlow 'Sunburst' (from Lydia), Sunglasses: Gucci, Eyeglasses chain: Tinksky (Amazon)



I wore this last weekend to go out to lunch with my two best friends. I haven't worn sneakers in a while so decided to throw them on with this basic look. I still feel odd when I wear sneakers, not sure why, but at least these make a statement with their leopard print in calf hair. Not a practical sneaker, but they sure are fun!

And, as you can see, we got a nice snowstorm last week and another supposedly coming today. Lots of downed branches all over town from the weight of the snow and the wind. Crazy!

Sweater: Calvin Klein, Tee: Everlane, Jeans: J Brand 'Mid Rise Photo Ready Super Skinny Jean' (Gilt), Sneakers: Nike iD c/o, Bag: Dark Purple Chloé Faye (eBay), Sunglasses: Chanel, Glasses chain: Tinksky (Amazon), Necklace: House of Harlow 1960 'Five Station Blackened Arrowhead'


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