What Mia Wore – BTS Roundup

I’ve been getting asked a lot about what Mia wore to school the past week.  I did an earlier post on the articles we bought to prepare for sixth grade, but I thought I’d gather together some of her looks from the past, swelteringly hot week.  She’s 11, and in the sixth grade, and definitely a ‘tween!   If you don’t know what a ‘tween is, it’s the ages between a youth (think 6-8-ish), but not quite a teen yet – so more like the ages of 9-12.  It’s been so fun dressing her at this age, because she can still get away with cutesy things, but we can also put a more adult twist on her clothing now.  And she seems to enjoy the looks “we” pick out.  I’ll admit that I don’t shop with her.  My mom and I pretty much purchase all of her clothing.  But she is at an age where she is showing her personality in the outfits that she chooses to wear.  And I have to say that I’m liking what I see.  Let me know what you think.

tween outfit

denim skirt – childrens place, vest – Lipstick, shoes – zulily


girls vintage havana shorts set

top and shorts – Vintage Havana, denim jacket – Children’s Place, shoes – Zulily, bag – Claires


girls denim overalls

overalls – Vigoss Jeans, tank – Justice, Converse sneakers, Jansport backpack


girls fringe tie dyed top and cutoffs

top – Vintage Havana, cutoffs – Forever 21, shoes – Zulily


girls flowy top and cutoffs with gladiator sandals

top – Joyfolie, cutoffs – Forever 21, gladiator sandals – Joyfolie, bag – Claires

I hope you’ll get some ‘tween inspiration from these outfits.  There’s not much to them, but the accessories make them super cute (and so does her tan!).   Let me know what you think.







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  1. Jena, God Bless Mia….She is just so cute and looks so adorable in her outfits. The outfits are coordinated so nicely. What a great model she makes. Mia looks like a professional! You and your mom have great taste in picking out her clothes. I am getting some ideas for my granddaughter!

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