Thank you to Megan for attending the Momtrends Back to School event on behalf of Raising 3 Savvy Ladies. All thoughts and opinions are her own.
September is right around the corner, so Momtrends hosted a blogger event to showcase the best back-to-school brands and experts. I attended the event, which was held at Vera Bradley in New York City, and got an insider’s view of what’s hot in back-to-school style.
Party refreshments for the Momtrends Back-to-School Style event included tasty snacks from Revolution Foods
. Revolution Foods are the perfect alternative to those other popular meal kits. Revolution Foods Meal Kits have the same convenience for kids’ lunches without the nitrates, preservatives, and artificial colors. The meats are raised with no antibiotics and the cheeses are from cow that aren’t treated with rBST.
These adorable models were having fun in trendy back-to-school styles from Lands End, French Toast, Stride Rite, and Vera Bradley.
For your kids who are required to wear uniforms to school, French Toast Official School Wea
r is a line of quality, affordable stylish uniforms. Sizes start at 2T!
mixes “bold” and “quite” patterns for a trendy look in kids’ backpacks and accessories.
Did you know that Barbara Bradley Baekgaard, co-founder of Vera Bradley, was a mom of 4 (all born within 5 years!) when she started the company with her friend, Patricia Miller? She is a charming lady in person…and so chic!
are essential for keeping track of easily misplaced items. I’ve found them to be perfect for identifying my children’s school and daycare supplies.
New Stride Rite
styles will impress any young fashionista, but moms can be confident that they will
support kids’ growing feet.
Be ready for the dreaded “Lice Outbreak Letter” from your child’s school! Vamousse
is a line of lice prevention and treatment products that are non-toxic and pesticide-free.
I was so impressed with the array of beautiful designs from Wall Pops
, removable/repositionable, peel and stick wall decals. In addition to wall art, there are many organizing tools like dry erase note boards and calendars.
Yell Less, Love More
, a parenting memoir by Sheila McCraith, is next on my reading list. Sheila challenged herself to stop yelling at her kids, and succeeded. How did she do it? What was the result? I can’t wait to read it.
What an awesome line up of brands that Momtrends brought together for the Back to School season. Stay tuned for upcoming posts as I am sure I will be sharing more about them!
Which of these brands would you like to include in your Back to School shopping?