“Suri” means pickpocket in Japanese, which makes sense, because we’d love to steal her style! Miss Cruise turned 6 today, and we’re counting down her Top 10 Looks – which, despite only being alive for a few years, was pretty hard to narrow down. No wonder she has her own blog…
1. Black & White & Cute All Over: This editor’s two favorite shades on a girl with her favorite coloring (brown hair, blue eyes, pale skin). This silk dress was made for her by Holmes & Yang (her mother’s design label). Suri looks like a china-doll with edge.2. Burberry Baby: This is probably Suri’s most famous outfit. She wore this classic Burberry plaid dress and bob haircut in 2007 that made her a style phenomenon. All of a sudden, toddlers everywhere were sporting this adorable ‘do.3. Lady in Red: Suri sported a similar dress to the NYC Ballet, but this one is by Helena & Harry. She paired it was a great pair of silver Bonpoint ballet flats and pigtails!4. Anchors Away: We featured this look last spring. This black and white Ralph Lauren nautical dress is perfect for the summer! We wish it came in our size!5. Bold Navy: There’s two things Suri seems to love – a great fashion moment, and a good cupcake. Here, she has both!
7. Disney Princess: All little girls play dress-up, but some get to do it for magazines. Here, Suri sports a Cinderella gown at the famous theme park in Florida. 8. 1980s Chic: The true mark of a trendsetter is pulling off something that wouldn’t normally look good – Suri does it all the time. Our editors hate both Juicy Couture and leggings, but here, Suri is pulling off both. College cardigan by Juicy, flats by Manolo Blahnik, leggings by American Apparel, and princess umbrella by Disney.
9. Boots Made for Walking: Our editors also happen to hate rain boots (mainly because they’re meant for children under 10, but college girls seem to think that’s their age group…), but Suri makes them look good, once again! Dress by mother’s label Holmes & Yang, accessories by Kidorable.