10 Sweet Spring Looks for Little Girls!

I love buying clothes for my little nieces. I have a few favorite sites I like to peruse for clothes and this spring they are carrying some really adorable pieces. I have a thing for florals and little rompers! Take a peek at those and some of my other favorites, below.

  • Heart Playsuit 1 of 10
    Heart Playsuit
    Any girl would love to play in this 100% cotton romper strewn with hearts!
    $82.00 Anais & I .
  • Gold & Polka Dot Tank 2 of 10
    Gold & Polka Dot Tank
    This dotty voile blouse features adorable gold straps.
    $29.00 Lucy's Place.
  • Breton Shirt 3 of 10
    Breton Shirt
    Striped shirts are a classic for both boys and girls.
    £20.00 Hedgehog.
  • Animal Dress 4 of 10
    Animal Dress
    Famous for their bright patterns and textiles, Dutch company, Oilily makes these adorable animal print in pink, yellow, and green.
    $ 126.00 Oilily.
  • Spotted Romper 5 of 10
    Spotted Romper
    Pair this adorable playsuit with French sandals for a twist on a classic outfit.
    $82.00 Anais & I .
  • Floral Blouse 6 of 10
    Floral Blouse
    I bought this blouse for my niece and the quality is so, so beautiful!
    $96.00 Anais & I .
  • Floral Romper 7 of 10
    Floral Romper
    This floral romper is so adorable for summer with a pair of Keds.
    $82.00 Anais & I .
  • Floral and Chambray Skirt 8 of 10
    Floral and Chambray Skirt
    A floral tie jazzes up this simple chambray skirt. Pair it with classic stripes for a fun pattern on pattern look for spring.
    $81.00 Anais & I .
  • Floral Dress 9 of 10
    Floral Dress
    This sweet little dress features ribbons on the sleeves.
    $96.00 Anais & I .
  • Rainbow Skirt 10 of 10
    Rainbow Skirt
    Who wouldn't want to wear a rainbow skirt?!
    $49.50 Olive Juice.

Chelsea Fuss is a blogger and prop stylist based in Portland who blogs daily at Frolic!

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