Tuesday, October 28, 2014

Born To Be Wild - Kate Mack Girl's Wild Princess Pleather Jacket

My girls...they are so much fun to dress!  They always have been!  They came home from the hospital with bows on their heads and matching outfits & blankets.  As they get older, they get personalities all of their own and a fashion sense that fits each one perfectly.  My oldest daughter has a "rougher" edge when it comes to her dress code.  She prefers skinny jeans, not as much pink in her wardrobe (she prefers more neutrals) and is more content with less blingy fashion options.

All product for this review/feature were sent free of charge!  I was not offered any monetary compensation by posting my honest opinion about this product!

So when we received a "biker style" jacket from Kate Mack
I knew it would be the perfect match for her particular "fashion" style!
Yes...this Kate Mack Girl's Wild Princess Pleather Jacket does have some bling (rhinestones) on the backside...but the jacket is pretty simple in style, and has the adorable size zip zipper & ruffled elastic bottom.  
It's so cute, right??
The only complaint I have with this jacket is sleeve length, because it fits her perfectly everywhere...except the sleeves.  We got a size 10, which is the size she wears in tops, and sometimes the sleeve length is even long her...but this jacket doesn't have much grow room (in fact, the arms are already sorta short) for her for this winter.  
So keep in mind that this style jacket does run a little small, at least in the sleeve length.
I do love the rhinestone tiara on the back, the ruffles at the bottom and the adorable angled side zipper.  I wish this jacket came in my size...because I'd buy one to match hers.  

Keep in mind, they are a boutique brand...so their prices reflect that...but you get what you pay for!  Their styles aren't something you can find in a generic department store and your sweet princess will love their fashion line too.

I was not paid to feature this post!  I was compensated only by the products sent for this review/feature!

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