Thursday, December 11

What we wore // Living with meaning, with BucketFeet

Hello friends! In order to supplement all the homemade gifts we've been working on this year, Ellie and I went out for some Christmas shopping to pick out a little something meaningful and special for each person. Martin and I have been looking for more opportunities to teach the older kiddos little lessons in a one-on-one setting, and that's where BucketFeet comes in!
One important thing that we're trying to implement starting this month and into the new year is living more on purpose, and more simply but with more meaning. We've been working on gleaning through closets and storage shelves for things to donate that don't get enough use for the space they take up, and when we purchase we make sure that it's quality pieces that will be loved and that are special or unique in some way, like these awesome shoes from BucketFeet that Ellie and I are wearing!
As soon as I heard about BucketFeet and how each pair of shoes is designed by artists or all kinds, I instantly fell in love with the idea and couldn't wait to check them out! I took way too long browsing through the site, bookmarking my favorite pairs (too many to count), and reading the artist's bios that are included with each pair of shoes. I read stories from illustrators, writers, tattooists, graffiti artists, and more from over 50 countries, and I couldn't wait to order a couple pieces of wearable art to have in my life! 
what we're wearing:
target black jeans, (sold out - similar here and here)
target john lennon tee, c/o (sold out at target but it's here, and here)

purple capris, gift
deb floppy beanie, (borrowed from mama)
Another aspect that I really adore about BucketFeet is that they have sneakers not only for Women but also for Men and Children (many of them matching pairs!), and that was so important to me because I really want to work on teaching my kiddos about creating and finding art, and really change the way they interact with art, which is exactly what Bucketfeet is all about
I'd better stop gushing and let you go visit them so you can see what I'm talking about, but in wrapping up I really want to encourage you to think about adding BucketFeet to your shopping list for Christmas! Giving the gift of wearable art that's also a beautifully packaged, incredibly comfortable, creative, and fun fashion accessory that they're going to love and wear over and over just can't be beat. and they even offer their own gift guide to help you out! Also lets be honest they're ridiculously affordable for the quality so that's a bonus for us.haha

Here are a few of my current favorites, because like I said it was impossible to pick just one!

Thanks so much for stopping by today guys, and I hope you have a great weekend ahead! Also can I just point out how ridiculously big this girl is getting? She'll be 5 in just a few months! Later guys:)
P.S. those photos where we're doing the exact same thing with our legs and hands was 100% not planned I swear.haha I just noticed them while I was editing for this post and myheart melted a little bit:) Take care lovelies-

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Disc: This post was sponsored by Bucketfeet - thank you for supporting the people that keep The Freckled Fox going!


  1. Awww, you two look so cute! Beautiful outfits and the sneakers look great!

  2. I love the mother daughter outing. Makes me miss my mom and makes my longing for a baby even greater. You are so blessed to have those little ones.

  3. Oh those dots are sooo cute! Love that you are teaching your kiddos to think of others! XO -Alexandra

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  4. OK - that last photo is too precious! love!

  5. Great Post! Hope you are feeling better.

  6. You ladies are the CUTEST things, love all the photos where you pose tougher in almost the same position…you can feel the love;)

  7. Beautiful set of pics of you and your lovely daughter!

  8. This is heartbreaking, but I saw that shirt on your little one, and also just saw this post ( this week because the mother was on Ellen. Though they have a tragic story, seeing your sweet little girl wear the same shirt and learn to Live with Meaning, is so touching. Whether you did it on purpose or not, you're doing something incredibly sweet and symbolic in those photos. So precious.