Spring’s Best Rompers and Shortalls for Toddler Girls

Oh rompers how do I love thee? Let me count the ways.

1. You are the perfect outfit to throw on and play in all day. No buttons, no zippers, no snaps, no fuss, just perfection in cotton.

2. One piece equals an entire outfit. Goodbye mismatched shirts and shorts because that’s all that is left in the drawer.

3. Perfect spare outfit. Kid spills jelly all over themselves? Put them in a romper and they still look fully dressed for the day.

4. Best to and from the pool outfits ever.

5. Chubby toddler knees sticking out of bubbly romper legs.

I could keep going, but what I must say is that rompers are staples in my house when the warmer weather comes. They’re so easy, so adorable and so comfortable. They’re like the toddler answer to the sleep n’ play or bodysuit only outfit babies can get away with. Rompers are basically the comfiest way to dress your toddler short of pajamas or total nudity.

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    Click through to see my favorite picks!
  • Gap Eyelet Romper 2 of 15
    Gap Eyelet Romper
    Well hello adorable and ladylike eyelet.
    12 mo - 5 years available in Lilac or Jade (pictured)
    Buy it from Gap $34.95
  • Cherokee Romper 3 of 15
    Cherokee Romper
    I wish I could pull something like this off all summer, doesn't it look comfy?
    12mo - 5T
    Buy it from Target $12
  • Tea Umuzi Print Romper 4 of 15
    Tea Umuzi Print Romper
    While Tea rompers aren't exactly the cheapest, they are so well made, and the thick straps on this one make it super comfy too.
    6mo - 12 years
    Buy it from Tea Collection $35
  • Carter’s Romper 5 of 15
    Carter's Romper
    This is the kind of emergency outfit you keep in the car and kind of hope you have to use it.
    2T - 5T
    Buy it from Carter's $22
  • Tea Durban Romper 6 of 15
    Tea Durban Romper
    The adjustable tie straps on this romper give it just a little more growing room.
    6mo - 12 years
    Buy it from Tea Collection $35
  • TCP Ruffle Romper 7 of 15
    TCP Ruffle Romper
    Soft ruffles comfy enough to nap in but fancy enough to lunch in.
    6mo - 4T available in Peach (pictured) or White
    Buy it from The Children's Place - $19.95
  • OshKosh Dot Shortalls 8 of 15
    OshKosh Dot Shortalls
    Shortalls on toddlers are one of my favorites, these dot patterned ones are cute without being too cutesy.
    6mo - 5T available in Pink, Purple or Ivory
    Buy them from OshKosh $22.00
  • Gap Gingham Romper 9 of 15
    Gap Gingham Romper
    Is there any fabric that says warm weather better than gingham? No. The answer is no.
    12mo - 5 years
    Buy it from Gap $29.95
  • Old Navy Polka Dot Romper 10 of 15
    Old Navy Polka Dot Romper
    Perfect little cover up for a trip to and from the pool.
    18mo - 5T available in Pink, Yellow (pictured) or Navy
    Buy it from Old Navy $14
  • OshKosh Seersucker Shortalls 11 of 15
    OshKosh Seersucker Shortalls
    You'll have to venture into the boys section to find these minty wonders.
    6mo - 5T
    Buy them from OshKosh $16.00
  • JCP Striped Romper 12 of 15
    JCP Striped Romper
    The faux layering? SO CUTE!
    Buy it from JCPenney $8
  • TCP Ruffled Floral Romper 13 of 15
    TCP Ruffled Floral Romper
    Another bright, fancy easy to wear romper that will become a summer wardrobe staple.
    Buy it from The Children's Place - $19.95
  • Tea Venda Smocked Peplum Romper 14 of 15
    Tea Venda Smocked Peplum Romper
    Peplum! For Toddlers!
    6mo - 12 years
    Buy it from Tea Collection $35
  • OshKosh Floral Shortalls 15 of 15
    OshKosh Floral Shortalls
    Throw a little chambray under these and your suddenly parenting the cutest toddler on the block.
    6mo - 5T available in Navy Floral, Green Floral (pictured) or Blue Floral
    Buy them from OshKosh $22

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