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Chop, Chop: 10 Ways to Dress Your Baby Like a Little Lumberjack

Little lumberjack chic.

As a mama living in Portland, Oregon home of tall-trees, flannel shirts and burly beards I kind of love all things lumberjack-esque.  And, I am not alone in my love of lumberjack chic – it is a pretty favored consensus around this town, where our soccer team is even called the Timbers.

I couldn’t wait to have a little boy one day so I could dress my very own little lumberjack, but as fate would have it I had a little girl.  Now that I am a mama to a little lady, my future will likely be filled with more sparkle and frills than flannel, but it doesn’t mean that I don’t still adore little lumberjack style.

Here are 10 adorable little items to help you dress your little one like a mini lumberjack!

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  • 77 Little Rinsed Straight Jean 1 of 10
    77 Little Rinsed Straight Jean
    Baby jeans...the staple of any stylish little lumberjack's wardrobe.
    Jeans ($19.95) from 77 Kids by American Eagle
  • Grey Baby Beanie With Wood Button 2 of 10
    Grey Baby Beanie With Wood Button
    I can't get over the cuteness of the little wood cookie button on this hat. Perfect little lumberjack detailing.
    Hat ($15.00) from Inamood Designs on Etsy
  • Carhartt Baby Infant Rancher Quilted Flannel Lined Jacket 3 of 10
    Carhartt Baby Infant Rancher Quilted Flannel Lined Jacket
    Even though your baby won't actually be spending time chopping wood in the chilly outdoors, you can still dress him in this adorable little work coat.
    Coat ($60.00) from Amazon
  • Infant Desert Booties 4 of 10
    Infant Desert Booties
    Tiny baby shoes are the cutest anyway, but these little leather numbers are on a whole different cuteness level.
    Booties ($50.00) from Bear Feet Shoes
  • Carhartt Infant Bib Overall 5 of 10
    Carhartt Infant Bib Overall
    Everyone knows a little lumberjack needs a pair of overalls!
    Overalls ($22.99) from constructiongear.com
  • Burly Beard Kid’s Hat 6 of 10
    Burly Beard Kid's Hat
    Any lumberjack, baby or not, worth his salt has a beard.
    Hat ($35.00) from Burly Beard on Etsy
  • Thermal Stitch Onesie 7 of 10
    Thermal Stitch Onesie
    Cozy and cute for those chilly mornings with your little lumberjack.
    Onesie ($133.00) from Tane Organics
  • Quilted Vest 8 of 10
    Quilted Vest
    All little loggers know that layering is the key to staying cozy and comfortable and this vest is the perfect option.
    Vest ($34.95) from Gap Kids
  • Ribbed Socks 9 of 10
    Ribbed Socks
    Toasty socks for little lumberjack toes.
    Socks ($7.95) from Gap Kids
  • Navy Plaid Shirt 10 of 10
    Navy Plaid Shirt
    The quintessential piece in a lumberjack's closet: the perfect plaid flannel.
    Shirt ($24.95) from Gap Kids

 

Lauren Hartmann is the founder of The Little Things We Do, a blog about life and adventures in Portland Oregon. Follow her on Twitter and Facebook, or catch up on all of her posts here on Babble.

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