It's funny to me how little I care about what I wear on a day to day basis compared to the thought I put into what my kids wear. Me? I'm a jeans and t-shirt girl, always have been. These days, it's more like yoga pants and a tee. And my hair? 99.9% of the time, it's in some sort of ponytail contraption.
Now Jenna...she's a girly-girl with a tomboy twist. Loves her dresses but always wears comfortable shoes so she can run "super fast." If she's not in a dress, then it's leggings and a shirt, RARELY will she wear jeans. Her hair is always 'done' - My pet peeve is messy hair on little girls. And I have been know to have
fights discussions with Mike over her outfits, when he picks something out that I don't like.
Alex? I dress him like Mike. Usually sweats and a t-shirt. He's in jeans occasionally, but he's not so comfortable in them (or at least I don't think he is). When he needs to be 'fancy' it's usually a polo or a button down. He wears sneakers everyday and I wouldn't put him in anything else. I guess he could "rock" any style I choose, but this is the one I choose for him.
For now, I like that my kids are letting me "curate" them. I feel like how they look is more of a reflection on me than how I myself am dressed. If you want to know my style, look at them, definitely don't look at me.