How To Look Posh At The Playground

Posted on Sep 22 2011 - 10:00am by Mommy Posh

Taking the kids to the playground is not only a great way to release your child’s energy, but its a great way for us moms to show off our latest ‘casual’ fashion finds. Casual is key here…pumps, short shorts and heavy makeup are not be worned at the playground, keep that for date night. Stick to casual but fashionable wear.

Take it from these POSH mom – Kourtney Kardashian, Sarah Jessica Parker, Jennifer Garner and Gwen Stefani – they know how to look tre casual, but yet fashionable, when seen strolling around with the best accessory ever – their children.

Here are a few pieces that works every time:

  1. Bottoms: Boyfriend jeans and leggings always look great when out and about.
  2. Tops: With fall right around the corner, a simple white tee paired with a cashmere sweater or vest can make your look stand out amongst the other moms
  3. Accessories: Scarves, shades and a fedora are must haves!
  4. Shoes: Riding boots or simple Tory Burch flats looks great with leggings and a pair of jeans.
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5 Comments so far. Feel free to join this conversation.

  1. Cam September 22, 2011 at 2:04 pm -

    I have been trying on a lot of fedoras lately. I’m determined to find one I love. Great choices!

  2. Mommy September 26, 2011 at 11:08 am -

    I love my Sean John fedora…I got it last year at Macy’s for $20. I always get compliments when wearing it.

  3. Toni September 26, 2011 at 11:14 am -

    I wish I could look even half as good as these Moms on the playground! There’s always at least one frazzled Mom. Usually ME!

  4. Staci September 28, 2011 at 9:13 am -

    I love riding boots. But since I’m so short, they never look right on me……and they only come in one length it seems. At least in the places I go to. I can’t rely on my husband’s opinion, he doesn’t understand. I might have to drag a gal pal to see what she thinks and if it’s all in my head!
    Visiting from vB!
    -Staci from LONG ISLAND

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