Transitional Wardrobe

New Englanders know how erratically Spring arrives. In my opinion, the most difficult aspect is deciding what to wear. Luckily, we have a style icon who can point the way. Having just returned from a jaunt to Florida to face a Nor’easter, Lo knows how to rock everything from resort wear to winter woolens.

A traveling outfit must have layers. And if you are a babe in arms with little bowel control, must have a replacement as well.


Logan patiently and fashionably awaits her flight at Logan Airport.

Upon arrival to a sunny clime, it is time to don your shades and face the awaiting paparazzi. Or in this case, great-grandparents.

Remove the sweater and socks, add the shades and you’re ready to roll. Literally.

The baby doll look is never out of style and pink gingham flatters the porcelain complexion.


A cutout back adds interest and a blousy silhouette hides figure flaws.  Not that Lo has any.  

We can’t all pull off a demin jumpsuit, but Lo can and does!

A young beauty always protects her skin with a wide-brimmed and sunscreen!

Yellow skinny jeans and a peasant top are the perfect transition to spring.

A smart shopper can get two for the price of one.

This is the swimsuit we all want to wear this year.

Yes, full sleeves AND a skirt: why is this not in adult sizes?

Back in New England, Lo adapts to a power failure.

Baby, it’s cold inside.

And to 2 feet of new snow.

I’m crying too, Lo.


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