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Smith Family: Picture Perfect

By Glinda

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I’m guessing it’s Jada who coordinated all of their outfits, and don’t they look fabulous? We could all learn a thing or two from her about dressing for a family photo, an especially timely lesson since those Christmas card pictures are coming up!

Too often families go for everyone dressing the same, as in everyone having buttoned-down white shirts and chinos, or red sweaters and denim. The picture above shows that everyone can still dress in the same color palette and yet retain their individuality.

I’m loving that she and Will have added touches of blue along with the black and white that matches the kids.

You’re taking notes, right?  Although I think it goes without saying that we can ignore the astroturf and neon Mexican “Grill & Deli” sign for our own photo ops.









2 Responses to “Smith Family: Picture Perfect”




  1. raincoaster Says:

    Yes, it’s all great. Except for one thing: that handbag.

    Oh, it’s a nice enough bag, and matching, too. The problem is simply that it exists. Maybe it’s some bizarre Freudian projection of my own but I put handbags on small children in the same category as lace-up corsets and high heels. When you’re 16 you get a handbag, maybe 14 if I think you can handle it. Not before. Yes, I’m a big meanie.

    I mean, what could she possibly be keeping in there? Lego?




  2. Glinda Says:

    Agreed, it’s a bit large. But little girls do carry around bags and purses and such, but usually not ones that are so grown-up looking.

    Maybe it’s moms?












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