Serendipity Living Easter Photo Shoot

One of the highlights of the past few months was a photo shoot for Easter with Serendipity magazine. I had so much fun picking each headpiece for the models and the pictures turned out really great!

This was the spread in the magazine that was published in the March/April 2012 issue of Serendipity:

Quinn Carroll from Christopher Noland Salon in Greenwich did all the hair on the models and she was wonderful with the kids!

Bruce Plotkin was the photographer for the shoot and look what a fantastic job he did with the pictures! They all came out so lovely.

You may notice some of the headbands on the models are not on the website. They are my Rosette headbands and are made with individually hand rolled fabric rosette flowers. The older girls and moms love them because of the sophisticated look. The model on picture #8 is seen wearing a pink version. I am hoping they will be part of the website soon. But for now, they will be available on my trunk shows and once in a while, I might put one or two on facebook to sell.

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Serendipity Magazine Feature

Lizzie, Izzie + James is featured in the September / October 2011 issue of Serendipity Magazine. Whoo-hoo!       

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Smart Mom Picks May 13, 2011

Lizzie, Izzie + James: a "Smart Mom Pick"!

by Gigi Ross on May 13, 2011

That’s my catchall term for clips, barrettes, ponies, headbands, and whatever else can adorn a little girl’s hair.

My daughter’s birthday present last year was a giant box of hairdoodles.

The only major bummer is that my daughter’s hair is super fine, and a lot of the traditional hair accessories simply don’t stay affixed to her hair. They slide out, and by the time I pick her up after school, it’s danging at the end of a strand of a hair, like a fish on a hook.

Note: I am not a fan of my kid looking like an absolute ragamuffin. And that’s precisely what she looks like with sad hairdoodles that won’t stay in her hair.

I am encouraged by this online retailer of children’s hair accessories called Lizzie, Izzie and James.

The owner of this business started it because she couldn’t find hairdoodles that stayed in her kid’s hair. A woman after my own heart.

Lizzie, Izzie and James makes handmade clips, headbands and more.

The headband pictured above is from their Hydrangea line. All of these headbands are made of wool felt and mounted on a fabric covered headband. Isn’t the detailing on the flower pattern just precious?

One of the other headband collections they have is a sweet blossom pattern.

There are 4-5 other collections of headbands; they range from $10 to $18 each.

The array of hair clips is really cute as well. My daughter would love this “Flutterfly” design.

I also loved this piggie.


Two of the other styles offered include a rainbow and these adorable monogrammed clips.

The hair clips range in price from about $8 to $10.

I think these hairdoodles are really lovely. And, the sizing fits ages 3 up to adult – including the headbands – so these really are an investment you can make in quality accessories that will last a long time. To see all of the adorable styles, go visit Lizzie, Izzie and James.

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