About the little style file

The Little Style File debuted in 2011 as the premier website focusing on children’s fashion and family style.  Created by Chicago-Area moms Betsy Breuer and Kristin Cheuvront , The Little Style File offers Styling Services for the entire family, features the real style of children and moms,  personal shopping, product reviews, giveaways and highlights the latest trends for families. This is no ordinary kids fashion blog, The Little Style File is dedicated to everything stylish for the entire family!


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A little about Betsy:

Betsy is mother to Mia (6) and Dylan (3).Betsy loves good design, cool and hip products and clothing for herself and her kids. Betsy uses blogging as a creative outlet and to share her cool finds with other mothers.

Over the past years Betsy has built strong relationships with Etsy sellers, small businesses and pr firms while doing giveaways and product reviews. She has a passion for social media, partnering with brands, small businesses and bringing the best of the best to her readers.

A little about Kristin:

After ‘retiring’ as an event planner in the Big City, Kristin became stay at home mom to Elizabeth in 2007, and 2.5 years later, Madeline.  She then began blogging as a place to record the adventures of her girls and share the ups and downs of parenthood.  Baby Will joined the family in March 2014 making a family of five.

Kristin’s passion for story telling, love of coordinating her daughters’ outfits, planning parties and sharing her favorite things with other parents have led to successful collaborations with brands, pr firms and other bloggers.




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