My first Dressed by the Kids Day!

Dressed by the Kids Day? What is it?

This year marks Oxfam’s second Dressed by the Kids Day. This year I have decided to relinquish all (fashion) control to my 2-year-old toddler and letting him transform my look for one day so that I, in turn, can transform the lives of those in poverty. Please support me here or text DEBX81 £5″ to 70070 to donate £5 (you can change the amount you would like to donate!)

Last night, me and #JasperBean spent some considerable time going through our wardrobe. Rest assured, there was a lot of frowning, moaning and whining (from me) and tonnes of giggling from my little partner in crime.

Dressed by the Kids Day - trying new clothesDressed by the Kids Day - my boy accessorising

So if you see someone looking silly today, please don’t run off! Go up to them, congratulate them and ask for their donation page. If they give you a funny look… Smile and tell them how great they look!

My outfit from my mini stylist actually turned out REALLY well! I can honestly say I don’t look horrendous, I loved the mish mash of patterns! However, if you work in the City like me… you will stick out like a sore thumb! *100% hand on heart this outfit was entirely chosen by my little boy!* This is me trying my best to look “cool” and “not bothered” 😝

Dressed by the Kids Day - what's that on my shoes?Dressed by the Kids Day - shaky legsDressed by the Kids Day - crushed against the wallDressed by the Kids Day - back to normal posing

You can help too!

Oxfam is involved in numerous projects focused on alleviating global poverty. We are very lucky to be living in an amazing city such as London that provides us with endless opportunities, so please reach into your pockets (for your phone/money etc) and donate to a great cause! Dressed by the Kids Day may look silly, but poverty is no silly matter. It is serious. There is a global crisis going on and there are millions of families who are facing starvation and they urgently need your help. Donate. Anything. Even if you don’t think you can dig a little deeper, you have so much more to give.

There is still time to take part in Oxfam’s Dressed by the Kids Day to give poverty a serious dressing down. Find out more about this incredible project here.

Dressed by the Kids Day - my little designerDressed by the Kids Day - dressed by this little bean!

Love ♥

I love this campaign by Oxfam, I hope that by dressing silly and involving #JasperBean as early as possible I can get him to see how much we already have and to not take anything/anyone for granted. We had so much fun dressing up and raising money for a great cause!

Dressed by the Kids Day - posing... sorry half my head is missing
A bit of my head is missing in the image above, but I couldn’t resist posting this as my little mischievous boy looks too cute!

I have to say, I think #JasperBean picked up styling tips from me… Why? Well… I just noticed that we are both rocking the “pattern” look! 😊. I think I pretty much got away with it lightly since #JasperBean bascially chose the items he liked in my wardrobe. From next year onwards, I’m not so sure! He will probably understand that it’s the ONE day he can truly make mummy look silly and embarrassing without a fight! 🤣

Did you take part this year? If yes, please share your experience with me. If not, would you consider taking part in 2018? And if you’re not a parent yet, does it matter?! Get your nieces, nephews, neighbours kids etc to dress you up! It’s all in the name of charity!

Until next time,

Love as always… MsMamaBean x

Dressed by the Kids Day - Thank You For Your Support!


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15 comments

  1. Twin Mum/Dad: Emily (@Twinmumanddad)

    You look amazing! Your kids did so well, I think they should dress you everyday! Also, how cute are your kids! Thanks for linking up to #ThatFridayLinky

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  2. mud cakes and wine

    You look amazing and really pull the look off and for a great cause too #thatfridaylinky

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  3. Jennifer

    What a great cause and great outfit!

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  4. Blu

    Omg!! He is so adorable. I’ve never heard of Oxfam. (I’m in Atlanta, ga, USA) but that’s a pretty neat concept. I’m not going to lie when I first started reading I was secretly hoping he’d make you wear a cape! Lol

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    1. MsMamaBean

      Next year! I definitely think it’s going to get quirkier and more embarrassing! 😂

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  5. Christie Moeller

    What an adorbs idea! Little dude did a great job!

    xoxo Christie
    http://icanstyleu.com/blog/

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  6. diynige

    What a fantastic cause looking good Thanks for linking to the #THAT FRIDAY LINKY come back next week please

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  7. twotinyhands

    Well don’t you look great !! Style indeed. Such a worthy cause. ‪Thank you for linking up to the #familyfunlinky‬

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  8. Helen Gandy

    I actually think you look amazing and can totally pull it off 🙂 Gorgeous 🙂 Such a good cause and thank for linking up to the #bestandworst please do stop by again!

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  9. Jeremy@ThirstyDaddy

    this is a great idea. My wardrobe is pretty plain, but I have a bunch of old Halloween things that I’m sure the kids would love to see me out and about in #familyfun

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  10. Arita

    omg that outfit is adorable , your little one has awesome taste <3 you look really cute

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  11. Allie

    What a cute idea! I would love to see what my kids would dress me in, if I had any. How fun and what a good bonding experience too. I really like the pink shorts. (: CUTE!

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  12. Cassie

    Oh I love this! The kids look like they had so much fun and your outfit looks great!

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  13. Ophelia Tang

    This is so cute. I want to try this with my God daughter. Thanks for sharing.
    XOXO //SINCERELY OPHELIA | NYC Petite Fashion Blogger

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  14. Tina Huynh

    This is so cute! And your outfit turned out so cute! You and you kid are so lovely!

    xo Tina
    IG: @tinasweetheart
    http://www.tinasweetheart.com

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