Since we’re having a boy, I’m kind of in mourning about all my girls clothes (but only kind of, because I LOVE little boy clothes). I hope my sister gets pregnant with a girl soon so A’s old clothes can have a good home, because if I keep them and we never have another girl those clothes will die orphans and haunt my dreams.
The other day I was shopping Old Navy’s baby sale (only spent $25! Baby clothes are up to 30% off PLUS I used my Old Navy card to get 20% off PLUS I had $15 in Old Navy card points, so I saved $58. Husband was proud.). I got some cute things for A, including these skinny jeans:
. . . which are still on sale for $12 thru September 26th! They have them in bright red, cobalt blue, purple, coral, and hot pink. How I managed not to buy every single color is still a mystery. I bought the yellow ones.
For Mr. Baby of The Belly, I bought this cute little hooded lumberjack shirt, which you may have noticed from my last post.
It’s also on sale — for ten bucks — through the 26th.
You guys, I could just DIE. Baby boy clothes are my favorite. So much that I wanted to buy half the boys’ section for my DAUGHTER — then Baby Boy can wear them when he’s all big and stuff.
I know, I know. How dare I turn my daughter into Shiloh Pitt. But seriously: girls can wear whatever they want unless Lady Gaga is picking. I just don’t get super excited about pink tutus and ruffle shirts. Boys tend to have more neutral/earthy colors, clean lines, and spunk. Girl clothes get cheesy . . . so easy.
Sometimes I just like to wear my husband’s tee shirts with leggings. Sometimes I wear lumberjack shirts. And sometimes I wear high heels and pink skinny jeans and a push-up bra. I’m not saying I am going to dress my daughter in long baggy shorts and make her duct-tape her boobs down when she turns 14. I am just saying that I think THIS is adorable:
Picture from Look Linger Love
. . . suspenders and oxfords on a little girl? And look at her little sleeves rolled up over her sweater. And they’re GLITTERY suspenders, so you can not have to worry that she’s going to get beat up on the playground.
Here’s some other things I wouldn’t mind buying for A and passing down to her brother — except for the glitter suspenders, of course. Also, I know these $88 J.Crew Macallister shoes are outrageous; buy the similar baby moccasins at Old Navy for $10.
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