Brooklyn artist Jennifer Williams spends a lot of her time looking at kids' clothing, but not because she making it or even buying it.
She's illustrating it. Beautifully.
Williams runs the popular blog What My Daughter Wore. She documents the personal style of her own three kids and their many friends.
The playful illustrations do more than archive what the kids Williams knows wear, though. They tell a story about adolescence, self-expression and developing your own personal style.
From bright yellow sunglasses to leggings covered with James Franco's face, nothing these kids wear is boring.