This has got to be my favorite outfit on my list. Not only does it scream Spring but it also screams summer time too! I am totally digging the watermelon vibes. I think I might actually go grab this for Ivy. The little purse is a great accessory for bigger girls too. Click the links & shop the look below.
I love this little look! It’s so perfect for baby girls. The green and yellow floral just makes me want all the flowers. Topping it off with a flower head band & the adorable little gladiator sandals (which I need in my size) there is no going wrong with this spring fit. Click the links & shop the look below.
Now this was totally out of the norm for me. Hello! I am a girl mom I don’t shop for boys. But I had fun with this nonetheless. I think any little boy would stay cool in the spring wearing this one. Very cute and super easy to rough house in. Click the links below to shop the look.
You really can’t go wrong with this first look. When shopping for my oldest daughter I’m always looking for classic pieces with a twist. A t-shirt, denim shorts, and sneakers it doesn’t get more classic than that. It’s the cold-shoulders on the tee and bright embroidered graphics on the shorts that really make this outfit pop. Complete the look with these bright fashionable sunnies and rainbow sneakers because let’s be honest accessories make every look that much better.
The key to starting my toddler daughter looks with any season is not so basic basics. This spring we stocked up on brightly colors biker shorts and matching tees. Cute, comfy, and stylish these little outfits are effortlessly perfect. I paired this matchy-matchy tee and biker short look with an adorable lemon circle bag for added color and crisp white slip-on sneakers. There is just something about white sneakers when the weather warms up that I love. The fact that they are slip-on is a plus! She’s not in an age where we are practicing tying her shoe so the slip-on is comfy for her and less work for me. Let’s be honest who wants to stop to tie toddler shoes every five minutes?
This last look, like the others, is pretty simple with classic pieces. My son has autism so when creating his looks comfort is key. Lucky for us we don’t have to sacrifice comfort for style when shopping at Old Navy. Our son pretty much lives in t-shirts so this color block henley shirt is a great option for when we want to change it up a bit but not too much. Add elasticized rib-knit waistband with adjustable drawstring denim shorts, flip-flops, and aviators and you have a completely stylish yet comfortable spring look.