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Baby Party Clothes

  • Eyelet Cotton Sundress, circa 1950 – $65 1 of 6
    Eyelet Cotton Sundress, circa 1950 - $65
    Hold on to your Chanel! Belle Heir offers inimitable designer vintage looks that will put an end to all the copycatting and annoying “Where can I get that adorable outfit?” questions.
    Get it from Belle Heir »
  • Infant Tonal Striped Suit – $415 2 of 6
    Infant Tonal Striped Suit - $415
    Formal suits and summer don’t usually go together, unless it’s this lightweight Armani stunner. Ok, so it is expensive. But the memories of your designer-clad lad? Goes without saying — priceless!
    Get it from Saks Fifth Avenue »
  • Seersucker Onepiece – $48 3 of 6
    Seersucker Onepiece - $48
    There’s something endearing about little boys dressing like old men, and this high-waist and collared onesie balances classy and comfortable, handsome and hilarious. Size 0 — 24M.
    Get it from Velvet & Tweed »
  • Michi dress from Noko Baby – $86 4 of 6
    Michi dress from Noko Baby - $86
    If you’re looking for the perfect photo-op dress for an upcoming event, Noko Baby provides no-fail options for every season — and their latest collection doesn’t disappoint. Size 0 — 24M.
    Get if from Noko Baby »
  • Little Monroe Dress from Rocker Baby, inc.- $42 5 of 6
    Little Monroe Dress from Rocker Baby, inc.- $42
    We love Rocker Baby’s new Black & White Collection for parents tired of the typical pink ruffled dresses. Black and white is classic, no matter how old you are. Size 0 — 5T.
    Get it from Supermarket »
  • Finn Suspender Pants – $54.50 6 of 6
    Finn Suspender Pants - $54.50
    Suspenders will eventually shift from looking dashing to dorky, but until then your infant will look utterly charming in this outfit. Size 6 — 24M.
    Get if from Bean New York »

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