In His Closet: Toddler Style for Spring - Behind the Camera and Dreaming

In His Closet: Toddler Style for Spring

Thursday, April 10, 2014


In true southern style, Jonah is rocking smocking and seersucker. In my opinion there is nothing more classic than the two of these combined. I find in the warmer months, I am particular drawn to a more preppy style for my boy. I know I'm a little biased, but he sure does look handsome. 

I found this smocked turtle polo from Smocked by Stellybelly of Facebook for just $12.50 and his shorts are Kelly's Kids which I purchased when he was about nine months old at a warehouse sale for $5. 


I'm trying REALLY hard not to shop too much for this boy because his closet is exploding with clothes from last summer that didn't quite fit him yet and things I'm pretty sure he can still wear. However, when I see a good deal on something it's hard to hold back.

Lately, I've been browsing Etsy and auction sites for those few special outfits I want to buy him for Spring/Summer. In Mississippi our warm months span from mid-April well into October so he gets plenty of wear out of what I do buy. 

Here are some things I've had my eye on lately. 
 on Etsy: Haley Ruth Boutique // St. Ann Sewing // Little Partridge Boutique 







This post is not sponsored by any of these companies or shops. I just really like cute boy clothes!

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2 comments

  1. Too cute! Is he wearing TOMS?! I wanted to buy some for my little guy, but I thought they looked weird on his feet, so I chickened out. He's sporting some Velcro Sperry's now. I always have so much trouble holding back from buying new things for him. Old Navy always has the best deals and every time I go there, I spend at least $50 on him alone! Then maybe $20 on myself, if anything. :P

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  2. Cute stuff! I just posted about boys' style too. I love dressing my boy!

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