Since they grow so darn fast, here are three more tips for your “get the most use out of those little clothes” toolbox.
TOUQUES (OR BEANIES FOR YOU NON CANADIANS). That fit the entire family (this may not work for every family, or family member), buy a large kids size or an adult size that will fit smaller heads as well. Since they usually stretch pretty great, you can buy a ton and always have a good sharing rotation going on. TOUQUE: American Apparel
PEPLUM TOP OR EVEN A BABY DRESS. Is perfect all alone as a cute little top, but also great for layering over shirts, or under boyish tees. Also if you buy it a bit large she can wear it as a dress, until she slowly grows into wearing it as a top. A baby dress with a dropped hem would work just as well for these layering and peplum looks. PEPLUM TOP: Osh Kosh
MAKE AN OLD BELT LAST LONGER, OR MAKE A WHOLE NEW ONE. Those cute little belts that come with jeans or dresses? They never really last that long, here is a quick little DIY to extend their life and make them even cooler. OR make your own toddler belt with this DIY, maybe from an old belt in Mom’s closet – or an under $5 one from that cheap and cheerful store. BELT: F21