mini style: what's in a name?

with friends that have names like pantone, fendi, chevron, günter, bandeau, eleven, paleo and tamarind, you know quinoa is not only one of the cool kids, she's the leader of them and quite possibly the next "it" girl. she has impeccable taste in fashion, a love for chanel and organic food, a hate for perms and overly preppy attire, and a passion for helping the poor get better clothes. and she's a toddler. and oh ya, she's imaginary.

i stumbled upon this gem of a pinterest page, dubbed "my imaginary well-dressed toddler daughter," a couple months ago, but it was only yesterday that i spent time shifting through the pins. and by god, its creator tiffany beveridge is hilarious. with 62,237 followers, i can tell others agree.

the board highlights the hippest child looks we secretly (or not so secretly) want for our kids and even ourselves, and puts a fun commentary on how ridiculous this idea is.

here's a peek at her pins for a preview of what you'll find, but click the links to her page to get the full effect...which trust me, you'll want to do:

(if you see some looks you want to pin here, please remember to click through and pin from the original source instead...thanks!)

"on eighties awareness day at school, quinoa was especially protective of her friend fennel's wham-inspired pompadour. #miwdtd"

"hashtag swears his wholesale accessory business is legit, but quinoa can smell a knock off a mile away. #miwdtd"

"when we met quinoa's friend ridley for brunch, he was unhappy to learn that the bistro's chicken nuggets were not free range." 

"quinoa always keeps a spare 'urban outfit' in my purse in the event we're going to be around a lot of chain link fencing." 

"the only thing quinoa likes to rescue more than puppies are children that shop for clothes at wal-mart." 

"quinoa is particularly sensitive to smells like polyester, neoprene, and fear. #miwdtd"

don't have pinterest but just need to have more of these beautifully hipster kids and humorous hand-crafted quotes? visit "quinoa's" pages on facebook and twitter, plus view her "mom's" tweets too.

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