Summertime brings the reminder that back to school shopping for the kids will start soon. When Joah Love offered to give my kids some free clothes to wear for photos on my blog, I was psyched. My kids were excited too. They hadn’t worn clothes from the brand before, but in the past, I had seen the company’s clothes at local retail stores. We tried the clothes on a really hot day when the temperature was over ninety degrees. The heat made the girls get worn out soon, and they quickly wanted to play with the neighbors instead of smiling at the camera, but I was able to get a couple photos before we began playing and making a garden. Even through the hot weather, my girls felt and looked great in their adorable outfits.
Joah Love Review
My younger daughter Georgiana tried the Ivy Flower Petal dress in a 2T. The subdued, mellow pink color was very appealing. Regarding the size of the item, the dress had enough room for her to grow this summer without it getting tight. With racerback straps and a flowy skirt, the outfit provided coolness on an unbearably hot day. She could run and play in the outfit, while the material was also very light and breathable.
Samantha, my older daughter, also tried out an outfit, the Pepper Native Jumper in Charcoal. It had a neat style that reminded me of some of the jumpsuits I’ve seen in fashion magazines. Obviously, Samantha couldn’t wear the jumper with some snazzy high heels like the girls in magazines, but it looked great with her sparkly black slip on shoes. The style was really cool and versatile. Since the coloring was basic, she could wear it with so many different types of shirts underneath it.
Regarding the size, the item might have fit true to size, but it’s hard to tell. My daughter usually wears a size six because she’s a tall five year old, but she only turned five years old several months ago. I received a size six, but it was little big on her. Because Samantha actually should fit a size five, it’s difficult to tell whether the item actually would fit a six year old, and it might, especially a taller six year old.
Since my girls love girly clothes, they absolutely adored the Ivy Flower Petal dress. It had a really pretty flower decoration that made the item look dressier for nice occasions. I also found that the item fit really well and didn’t require any additional tailoring for Georgiana to wear it. The coloring was soft, muted, and appealing. Both of my girls loved the dress and could picture themselves wearing it all summer.
When shopping for fall clothes, check out the company’s clothing line. The dresses are absolutely adorable and they are awesome for summer. When fall comes, my daughter might pair the dress with tights and a shrug for church. As a mom, I found the jumper to be super practical because it could work well in the colder months with long sleeve shirts. The jumper could even be layered with a sweater and paired with tall black boots to make it work through the winter.
Both outfits were made with super soft, breathable material. Wearing the jumper, Samantha looked ready to play and super comfortable, which are priorities for me as a mom. The pink dress was a better fit for the 90 degree summer weather, but the jumper is going to work great in the fall and winter.
I received a free item, but it in no way influenced my opinion.