The Thread - Megan Stokes

March 14, 2019 1 min read

The Thread - Megan Stokes

Introducing, Megan Stokes!

Blog: Holy City Chic

Children: Watson, almost 3, and Rosie - 14 months!
Location: Charleston, SC
  
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Rosie wearing our Pippa Bloomer Set
Watson wearing our Sea Island Plaid John John
 
Q:  What does traditional children’s clothing mean to you?
A: Traditional children’s clothing is timeless. It’s something we can hang onto and see our grandchildren wear one day.


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Q: Why do you choose to dress your children in these styles? 

A: I am a firm believer that you should dress your babies like babies because they will only let you dress them for so long. One day I’m sure they will request cartoon t-shirts, camouflage, and sequins, so I am taking full advantage of being able to dress them extra sweetly while I can.

  

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Get Up Early OR Stay Up Late - "Both? With two young children I end up doing both!"

Book OR Movie - "MOVIE (with chocolate and popcorn!)

 

We hope you've enjoyed catching up with Megan.. More on The Thread coming soon!


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