Our November collection has arrived and it’s looking as fabulous as ever! This month, we’ve added some amazing pieces that your FabKid can wear to all those special holiday occasions you’ve planned to attend this month. 

sugar cookies

Making sugar cookie cutouts is a tradition that my mom passed down to me and one that I plan to pass on to my kids. I use Mom’s recipe for huge batches at Christmas to gift and bring to gatherings and for smaller batches on other holidays. My 7 year old daughter Layna has graduated from dough tester to occasional cookie sprinkler. Occasional because she is heavy-handed with the sprinkles and her color choices can be pretty wild.

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Fashion-wise fall is one of my favorite seasons. There’s just so much more you can do in regards to layering and showing off your personal style, yet it’s not too cold where you have to hide your entire outfit under a huge jacket.


If you’re planning a party or doing any type of entertaining soon you will love this simple DIY idea to add a little flair to your event.  DIY Cup Lights can easily add personality to any gathering!


It’s that time to get down to the nitty-gritty of planning your child’s Halloween costumes. While some costumes can get pretty elaborate, we enjoy saving money erstwhile making our kids face paint look really cool.


There’s no need to go batty if you’re you in charge of this year’s monster bash. We’re giving you tried and true tips that will help you throw a kid friendly,  spooktakular Halloween bash this year.

faux leather

If there is one thing that I have had on my fall must have list, it is a faux leather style legging. To me, it can be such a basic piece. I know the thought of faux leather can be intimidating to some, but you can really play down the ‘leather’ based on how you style them.

halloween costume

Halloween is fast approaching! Do your FabKids have their Halloween costumes ready? If you need some creative inspiration, you’ve come to the right place!


Not thrilled by the thought of your child consuming hoards of candy post-Halloween? Neither was I. Now, I don’t mind them having a piece or two for a few days, but with the amount they receive, it would take us well past next year’s Halloween to consume! So that’s why when I heard the story of the Switch Witch, I knew she’d be coming to our house.


October is breast cancer awareness month! All month long people will help raise awareness for breast cancer by wearing or purchasing pink products. There will be breast cancer walks and events to help raise money for breast cancer research.