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With the holidays right around the corner, combined with senior proms etc, mommy has been looking for clothing to celebrate them all. My brother Kyle is in the 8th grade and will be going to his prom very soon. My big sister is in the 12th grade and also will be graduating and heading off to college. Very soon it’s just going to be me, mommy and Mikael. I can’t wait for it to be me all by myself.
While searching for clothing for my brother Kyle mommy happened upon this awesome site called Kids Formal. Kids Formal specializes in special occasion clothing for not only boys but also girls as well. The clothing were so beautiful, especially for me, that mommy almost decided to get me something instead of Kyle. Now that wouldn’t have been fair since I get all the nice clothing right now. It is so difficult to shop for boys and Kyle hasn’t done a review in a while. This review is going to be all about him. It’s about time I included my big brother don’t you think?
Well mommy had a tough time choosing a formal suit for Kyle. There were so many Boys Suits to choose from. The great thing about it is that they’re available in sizes 6 months all the way to size 20 boys. Eventually mommy decided on a Charcoal Grey 5 piece Suit in size 16. Yes Kyle is a big boy! There is a sizing chart available which can help to take the worry out of shopping.
Once the order was placed it wasn’t very long before it was on its way to us. We actually received our order in less than 5 days. If you’re in a pinch and need something soon I would say this is the way to go. It came well protected in it’s own plastic protective covering (not shown) and mommy was very surprised at the quality of the suit. Usually mommy would go into the store to buy clothing for my brothers because she likes to take a good look at the cloth, the stitching etc. With Kids Formal she had no worries so there was no need to contact their customer service.
As with all 5-piece suit, this comes with the jacket, pants, vest, matching tie and a white shirt. As with most photos, this photo does not do the suit any justice at all. It’s a really nice charcoal color, not quite black but not quite grey either. Although mommy used the sizing chart the suit fitted great which means that the chart worked. Kyle was a bit hesitant to wear the jacket because he doesn’t like wearing them. Once he had it on though he loved it. He said it felt really nice and loved the way it fitted. So did mommy, she actually told him he looked like a true gentleman. All he needed now was a haircut. Doesn’t he look cute?
Now just because I didn’t get in on this review doesn’t mean that mommy and I didn’t see anything that I didn’t like. As a matter of fact Kids Formal has quite a variety of Girls Special Occasion Dresses as well. Mommy grabbed a few of their photos (with permission of course) to show to you. Now I know where to find my dresses for those special occasions. Girl dresses starts from size 2 and goes up to size 12 with the exception of Christening Dresses, which you can get in size 3 months and up.
Now Kids Formal gets the entire family Thumbs Up especially Kyle’s.
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