Special K is a little fashionista. She, like her sisters, is also very modest in the way she dresses. I recently had the girls go through their fall wardrobes and sort out what did and did not fit. She brought a huge pile of long sleeved tops that really should still fit. Her problem was they exposed her stomach if she lifted her arms over her head. Yeah, I don't like my belly hanging out either. I hated to have to replace so many shirts that were obviously the right size. The solution, we bought long torso tanks and camisoles in several different colors to pair with the mid-drift baring tops. She is thrilled.
Lil' Lamb is a tiny little twerp. He will be three in February, but I'm still buying 18 month sized clothing for him and even those are too big. I don't know what we'll do come November potty training, when he'll no longer have the added padding of a diaper to hold his pants up. It looks like I'll be taking in all his pants at the waist. I wish they made adjustable waist pants in this little guy's size. Sigh.
Every single one of my Eddie Bauer cotton t-shirts have holes right at the waist. I have no idea why they develop these holes. It is very annoying. I really don't want to have to replace all my tops every year. I'd appreciate recommendations for retailers with fashionable, modest, cotton tops of higher quality. Obviously, Eddie Bauer does not fit the bill.