Rompers & Coveralls ~ My Favorite Summer Style For Babies

As you know, when it comes to fashion, I’m a fan of anything pint-sized. From the cute dresses for girls to the suits and shoes for boys, I love it all! With summer come collections that are bright, cheery and so stinking cute you don’t know what to do with yourself. There are however, 2 styles that we prefer for hot summer days – the Romper and Coveralls.

Since my son is growing insanely fast (he almost weighs as much as his 3 year-old sister), I had to pick up a few essentials last week as he has already outgrown the summer wardrobe that I purchased last month (and yes I did go up a size). Since we’ve been traveling quite a bit and have some trips lined up this summer, the coverall and romper are two styles that I am in love with.

These one piece wonders are adorable and come in the sweetest cuts and designs. There are plenty of cute rompers for girls as well, but as I now have a little boy on my hands I’m just head over heels in love with the cute checkered, striped, jersey and crisp cotton outfits for my son.

Because they entire outfit is one piece, these are also great when heading out on a day trip or when spending time at the beach. You can pop two outfits in a handbag without worrying about additional tops and pants. Also, the snaps alongside the bottom make diaper changes a cinch. :-)

Do you dress your baby up in rompers or coveralls?

This post is sponsored by Disney Baby. I’ll be joining the Disney Baby blogging team next month, and look forward to sharing these kinds of stories (projects/ideas/etc) with you over there! Stay tuned for more details!

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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