What do you think of black baby and toddler clothes for summer? We asked the question on Instagram (with a picture of the above girl wearing that chic, ruffled neck one-piece), and the response was a resounding yes. Baby clothes in this hue can be simple and understated yet still beautiful and stylish – just what you want for summer when your kids need something easy to throw on and comfortable enough to play in.
What do you think – do your little ones wear black this time of year?
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Independence day is this Friday! Here are some last minute, kid-friendly activities, recipes, & outfits from around the web if you’re looking for ideas… Let us know if you have anything to add!
What to do with kids if you’re staying in New York City.
A fun DIY: 4th of July sprinkle fireworks.
Baby & toddler clothes for the holiday.
A summer classic: Blueberry Pie (& S’mores, of course).
Plus, 101 picnic dishes that take 20 minutes or less.
Temporary tattoos for the kiddos.
4th of July-themed crafts and projects.
Happy Friday! Enjoy the weather, and we’ll see you on the other side!
DIY cut-offs for kids – perfect for recycling last season’s jeans.
Clever ways to use your Aden and Anais swaddle!
An easy breezy summer girl’s dress, featuring Bobo Choses.
11 second semester pregnancy must haves.
This toddler girl’s room is full of unique decor ideas.
Is free play better than summer school?
Everything you need for a successful picnic.
If you’re on the hunt for cool toddler clothes, fashion inspiration, or beautiful images, be sure to check out children’s photographer Gina Kim’s blog, Enfant Street Style. The NYC-based photographer chose to focus on kids’ photography due to their spontaneity and uninhibited nature, and her photos certainly capture that spirit – this girl’s tutu dress, hat, & boots combo is the perfect example! Her pictures are a source of daily inspiration and ideas for us. Check her out!
(Images via Gina Kim)