10
Sep

Go Giraffe This Fall With Wildlife Inspired Apparel

Sarah Michelle Gellar’s little girl, Charlotte Grace, looked as cute as can be in a wildlife inspired giraffe print shirt earlier this year. The tiny tot is about to turn one year old, but she already looks ready to party in her too cute outfit. The giraffe print is becoming a popular look this fall, replacing the wild cat prints that everyone wore over the summer. Dressing your little one in this look is almost too simple to do.

Giraffe print works on almost anything. Sweaters, jackets, baby hats, and even pants are all places where this fun animal print can show up. This Fall and Winter, there will be a dozen ways to wear giraffe.Go wild with an inspired jacket, or play it tame with a simple hair bow or headband.

One of the best things about the giraffe print is how versatile it is. Giraffe prints are neutral colors, so they work well with almost anything. You can pair, mix and match your baby clothes with touches of giraffe and she will almost always look great. And because giraffe print is not considered as sexy as some of the wild cat prints, parents can feel more comfortable going in this direction.

Of course, giraffes are not just for little girls! Boys can also get in on this fun print and look just as cute. While most boy clothes tends to shy away from wild animal prints, the simple giraffe is a look that crosses both genders. Whether you have a boy or a girl, or both, you can grab a few great baby clothes items featuring the giraffe print and put together a great outfit for your child.

Giraffe is the perfect look for autumn months. The deep browns just scream autumn, and the look is very toned down from the cheetah and leopard prints of the summer. Boys and girls can wear this look mixed with nearly anything and look great. If it’s good enough for Charlotte Grace Prinze, it has to be good enough for your little one as well!

By Summer Minor, mom and child fashionista for My Baby Clothes Boutique.

A mom to two girls and a baby boy, a writer and the publisher of Child Mode. As a lover of style and fashion, Nadia found her ‘niche’ and love of children’s clothing while searching for quality items for her family.

   

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