Little kids drop things, that's one of the few definite things in life. When your job sponsors family friendly events, there is invariably a collection of items which end up in the 'lost-and-found' bin- a hat, an odd mitten, a scarf, or a less common doodad like a plastic tiara. In honor of Tengrain's periodic fashion week feature, here is my own take on found fashion:
Let it go, let it go, it's not your knit cap anymore:
Now, a fabric rose by any other name would be as bastardy:
I'd feel bad for the kids who lost these items, but I'm sure they're not really missed, and, more importantly, the kids who dropped them were being active... they were running around doing interesting things, which is why they didn't notice dropping them in the first place. These items can be returned if the owners realize they are lost, or can be replaced if they don't, but the experiences the kids had while they lost the items are more precious than these mere things.
More importantly, I bet they look cuter on me than they did on their original owners.