Giddy Up


Mamahood apparently comes without the warning label that potential side effects may include creative liberation and career change.

Case in point: Teri Dimalanta of giddygiddy, a self proclaimed “investment analyst turned craftaholic mom” (whose story is similar to my own). The giddygiddy collection features clips in the form of flowers (big and little blooms), food (fruits, veggies, and treats), and the cutest little animal collection you’ve ever seen (shown, “bow wow”; all clips are $8 each). And Teri’s clever styling goes beyond the "oohs!" and "aahs!" effect; the metal snap clip is sewn snuggly into the felt design to avoid snags, and stay put in fine baby hair.

StyleChristine KohComment