|Trace's- nwt Cars shirt and|
like new Gap camo pants.
Trace loves Mater!
|Tris'- nwot Kitestrings non|
button up collared shirt &
nwt Wrangler jeans.
The outfits are; one nice formal outfit for special masses, weddings, christenings, etc... One casual dress outfit, for semi formal occasions. Two sleep sets, one long sleeve one short sleeve. Three nice casual outfits- khaki pants or overalls with non button up collar shirts or turtlenecks- for normal masses, catechism, family get togethers or etc... An activity outfit- sweats for Tris and a romper/bodysuit for Trace- for things needing easy movement like Tae Kwon Do, Jazzersize, library activity days or whatever. The remaining four outfits are everyday jeans or overalls and long sleeve shirts. This is generalized to make it easier to list out. Ex: One of Trace's outfits includes a hat, two of Tristian's have vests. One of Tris' everyday outfits, to the right, has a non button up collar shirt. One of Trace's everyday outfits, above to left, is camo khakis rather then jean material. These wardrobes mix with what the boys already have to give them a couple weeks of outfits.
|Tristian's- nwt Champion snow|
boots. For -10 degrees fahrenheit.
|Trace's like new formal wear,|
Peanut Butter Collection.
We prewash everything and put them on hangers as outfits then place in clothing boxes to wrap. We've actually already done that and wrapped about half the outfits. So I couldn't take a picture of the the boys sleep sets (Toy Story and Dr Seuss for Tris, Cars on both for Trace) or the outfit I like the most for Tristian. It's nwt Calvin Kline vest and pants, with an Old Navy turtleneck, will be an adorable normal mass, catechism or other semi nice events. Having them on hangers already makes it no fuss hang up in the closet Christmas day. Easy post-Christmas morning pickup.
overalls, so darling!
Total bought: 56 pieces, 28 each, including shoes.
Total Spent: $80
Total Retail: unknown- but based on $10 estimated retail per article for 54 of the items (low for most the brands) plus the known $35 each for the 2 pairs of winter boots, puts us at $610.
Bottom line: spending $80 for 56 pieces breaks down to $1.43 each, for new and like new name brand clothes.