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Baby clothes are undeniably cute. Though, as a parent, it’s your stylish eye that makes them the center of attention. With these four baby sundresses, you’re bound to want one for yourself to match your little munchkin.
You can easily find cute baby sundresses for ages as young as 0-3 months. Also, there’s an array of cute toddler sundresses for kids 18-24 months available at retailers like Old Navy and Target. For babies, snag this two-piece butterfly dress for a day out. Plus, for dressier summer occasions, you should nab this Princess Floral Summer Dress that even comes with its own little bowtie choker. Babies, toddlers, and girls can even don this Touched by Nature sundress set as it’s available to match with the entire family. Plus, it’s practically a two-for-one dress deal, that’s under $15, to sport beachside.
Take a peek at some of these baby sundresses for baby’s next day out on the town.
Keep the sun out of your little one’s face while they strut in this two-piece set from Target. This set comes with a bucket hat with a tie along with the green floral print dress.
Having a summer function? Walmart’s EYIIYE Toddler Kids Baby Girl Party Princess Dress has “special occasion” written all over it. Make it your little one’s flower girl dress, or hold it for another special milestone.
Touched by Nature Girls, Toddler, Baby and Womens Organic Cotton Short-Sleeve and Long-Sleeve Dresses, $14.90
Over 20,000 people on Amazon have reviewed and rated this set with 4.7 out of five stars. For under $15, you can snag two funky dresses that’ll be an easy pull for baby’s summer looks.
Swipe this option for all occasions while the summer is still here. If you’re not sure what the dress code is, opt-in for this adorable tiered swing dress from Old Navy.
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