One of my favorite catalogs to browse through is Chasing Fireflies. I love the quality of their products not to mention the adorable selection they have. It’s full of personalized goodies for the kids plus lots of fun ways to celebrate the different seasons.
This year, my boys wore Chasing Fireflies Halloween costumes – Iron Man Patriot and Superman – and they still wear them around the house as they fly from room to room. I even surprised my family with matching holiday pj’s for Christmas that they all got a kick out of.
Now it’s time to start planning for Easter….can you believe it?! I’m usually last minute in picking out my boys’ outfits and about a week before I race from store to store trying to find something left that will fit them. That’s why I’m thrilled to partner with Chasing Fireflies to check out some of their great Easter products and goodies.
Naturally, I was interested in seeing what they had to offer in the way of Easter outfits for boys. My guys are getting older (almost 8 and 5) and I know it’s only a matter of time when they don’t want to “dress” like their brother. For now, I like keeping them in a similar look yet a different color combination to let their unique personalities shine through.
It can sometimes be a bit chilly where we live, so these shirts are perfect. They are a lightweight long-sleeve shirt that’s soft and comfortable and allows my boys to move around. The colors are so vibrant in person, the shirts scream spring! Big A loves anything blue and Little B tends to like bright, cheerful colors.
I paired the shirts with khaki pants and Low-top Chuck Taylors from Chasing Fireflies.
Big A doesn’t want to take his Chuck Taylors off….he loves the navy blue color! I opted for the charcoal color for Little B as I thought this would be a nice compliment with his lime green shirt.
You can choose to have the Chuck Taylors personalized with your child’s name but I decided not to do this. I am overly cautious when it comes to my boys’ wearing personalized items (shirts, shoes, bags, etc.).
The boys had fun putting on a little fashion show for me outside.
And of course, they had to test out the clothes to make sure they are “kid friendly”….
Disclosure: I was sent product for my review. As always, all opinions are my own. Read Life Without Pink’s full disclosure here.