Fall Toddler Wardrobe




So last year in the spring we were staying with my Mother In-Law while our house was being built. After just having found out we were having a baby girl and not having any house projects to work on I started building her wardrobe to occupy myself. I figured between a new baby, 3 total, and a new house I'd have my hands pretty full so I wanted to get a head start putting together all of her fall and winter outfits. I knew with a girl it wouldn't be as simple as putting boy outfits together. Figuring out all of those fun accessories takes time! That post has been my biggest hit yet! So I thought I'd share her toddler fall wardrobe this year and try to give a few more sources. 

Unfortunately, I like to shop a lot of consignment and trading up sites which means a lot of these pieces are from past seasons and hard to find. But I will give you the maker because a lot of times you can find them on ebay! My favorite online options are ebay and swap.com. There are also a lot of great Facebook groups dedicated to upscale consignment sales. 

I have listed as many exact items as I could possibly find still available. I also searched high and low to find as many like items as I could. I'm sharing some shopping tips and there might be a few items that you'd never guess where I found them!



The ADORABLE soft denim ruffle shorts are actually from......wait for it.....Walmart! One of my very favorite pieces because they are so cute and really comfortable for baby girl. The sweater tunic is from Gap last season (try to search Ebay!)



Tights are from Target, denim bloomers are from Gap, top is Ralph Lauren, hair clip is Joyfolie
Style tip: One of my favorite looks is bloomer shorts with tights. Have you seen it on a chunky thigh-ed baby girl? Uh, so cute!




Ballet flats are from Gap two seasons ago (check Ebay!). I made the headband using two paper flowers found in the scrapbook aisle at Hobby Lobby and a feather. So easy!





Top is from Target, recently but I didn't see any the last time I went to mine. Jeggings are from the new Cat & Jack line at Target. I made the headband using braided elastic, faux flower and feather from Hobby Lobby.




This white dress is one of my favorite wardrobe staples for baby girl. They come in white, black, and grey and sizes NB-5T at Hobby Lobby in the t-shirt crafting aisle. They are so soft and versatile, I can't stress how much I love them for all seasons. I made the headband out of one of my old leather braided ones. I shortened it to fit her head size, made a fabric rosette flower, and added some pretty lace ribbon and feather!




Here in the South we tend to have some random warmer fall days so this pocketed jumper is the perfect way to get a Fall look with but still keep baby girl cool. This is a great playdate or running errands option. The belt is from Joyfolie last season.



My FAV place to get these sweet little bows for super duper cheap? Forever 21! I have so many (and now that we have some hair she can start wearing them!) they are only a dollar or so each and so many great prints/colors. This bear poncho is from Gap last season and is just too adorable for words. 



I found this Gap pea coat on ebay last year and I KNEW she had to have it. It.is.everything.
This year they are carring one similar but last year they had one even more a like (check Ebay!!) 
Shoes are from Joyfolie




Here are a few of my favorite finds this season too:

 

 

 









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