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Baby Boy Clothes are Hard to Find

Finding clothes for baby boys is hard. Finding clothes for infants under 3 months is harder. Everything just seems so … juvenile. Not that there is anything wrong with a onesie that says, “I love my moomy” accompanied by a cartoon cow, per se, it’s just not my thing, you know?

I have put together a few things for newborn baby boys on a budget, because budget is my middle name.

Find my picks after the jump.

 

 

 

 

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  • Printed Socks 1 of 6
    Printed Socks
    Printed socks (2-pack) - $6.95 After having Tate we realized that the only socks that will stay on his feet are from the gap. The great thing is they stay on his feet now, but will fit him for another 6 months!
  • Graphic Bodysuit 2 of 6
    Graphic Bodysuit
    Graphic V-Neck Bodysuit - $13.95 I love the graphic animal print on this onesie. I also think the v-neck detail is unexpected for a baby.
  • Bodysuit 3 Packs 3 of 6
    Bodysuit 3 Packs
    Short-Sleeve Bodysuit 3-Packs - $12.94 For me, the simpler the onesie the better. I think these solid onesies would be a great addition to any baby boy's wardrobe.
  • Plain Front Twill Shorts 4 of 6
    Plain Front Twill Shorts
    Plain-Front Twill Shorts - $10 I really like the shape and color of these shorts. I just wish they came in sizes smaller than 6 months.
  • Stripes & Solids Bodysuits – 5 pack 5 of 6
    Stripes & Solids Bodysuits - 5 pack
    Stripes & Solids Bodysuits - 5 pack - $11.99 Tate has these in NB, and I wish we had them in every size. They are without fail my go-to option to dress him in.
  • Pants 2 Pack 6 of 6
    Pants 2 Pack
    Navy & Light Brown 2-Pack Pants - $6.99 When we brought Tate home from the hospital we realized that we had no NB pants. Not one pair. We snagged these on clearance and they are great. They are simple and slim fit. And Tate's legs are so small, I think they'll fit him for another month.

Where do you go to find baby boys clothes? Do you have any favorite pieces you want to share?

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