Diane Von Furstenberg + Baby GAP = HURRYMichelle Horton
It’s flying off the shelves, but there are still some infant onesies and dresses left online — all in classic DVF style, naturally. It’s the perfect opportunity to dress your little one in designer style at a fraction of the price, but time is running out.
Take a look at the achingly adorable DVF for Baby GAP styles still available for your future baby:
Wrap Romper, $45 1 of 9Oh for the love of all things cute — it's DVF's signature wrap dress shrunk down in miniature size. 0 - 6 months still available, and it also comes in pink.
Wrap Romper, $45 2 of 9Here's another pattern to show you the variety. I want this in my size!
Banded Print Dress, $55 3 of 9It's a little pricey, sure, but it's DVF.
Bodysuit, $25 4 of 9The collection also includes some adorable onesies, like this one that says "love is life."
Bodysuit, $25 5 of 9This is one Diane has to say about this Baby GAP line: "Imagine a garden in black and white...how sad that would be. This collection is all about celebrating life and color."
Bodysuit, $25 6 of 9The last onesie design still available, only for babies 6 months and up.
Heart Logo Bodysuit, $39.95 7 of 9This one isn't available online anymore, but you can find a bunch on eBay.
DVF Baby GAP Kids Island Blue Tote Diaper Bag, $189.95 8 of 9GAP sold out of the DVF diaper bag + changing pad combo, but you can find a few brand new ones on eBay.
Jade Green Heart Logo One-Piece Swimsuit, $49.50 9 of 9These bathing suits are completely sold out online, but there are a few new ones on eBay.
Shop the entire DVF for BabyGAP collection!
There are more (cute! cute! cute!) styles available for toddlers and bigger girls, so head over to gap.com to shop for your older kids.
Read more of Michelle’s writing at Early Mama.
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