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Vintage Inspired Baby Fashions By Ruche

By Lauren Hartmann |

Everything is cuter in miniature, isn’t it?

Well, the same goes for vintage clothes, but if you are a lover of all-things-vintage, you probably know it can be a bit of a challenge to find cute vintage baby clothes.  Yes, they’re out there, but finding them requires a bit of digging, which in turn requires a bit of time – something that is a hot commodity when you have a little one.

I used to love thrifting in my pre-baby days, but now?  Well, searching through piles of clothing while carrying around a baby and doing it on a schedule isn’t nearly as fun.  Thrifting requires time and patience which I just don’t have in this stage of life.

This is where online boutique Ruche comes in.  I’m sure you’re no stranger to the adult clothing from this vintage inspired boutique, but now they’ve got a baby collection as well!  The collection is called Itsy Bitsy and is full of absolutely adorable clothing and accessories and I definitely have some favorites.

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Ruche Vintage Inspired Baby Fashions

Summertime Polka Dot Sun Suit

Is there anything sweeter than a baby in polka dots? I love that this outfit is super girly, but in a neutral navy - perfection!
Sun Suit ($25.99) from Ruche Itsy Bitsy Baby Collection


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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Lauren Hartmann is a wife, wardrobe stylist, and mama living in Portland, Oregon. She writes about her adventures in motherhood on Babble's Baby Channel. You can also find her blogging at The Little Things We Do or obsessively partaking in social media. Read bio and latest posts → Read Lauren's latest posts →

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