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Jack’s Picks: 3 Baby Boy Outfits

Okay, okay—Jack can’t pick out his own clothes yet. But considering that I always dress him in soft, comfy clothes I think it’s safe to say he’s 100% on board with the current situation. One product we’ve used a ton since he was little is bandana bibs. I first discovered them when a stylist friend of mine had her baby boy in one and I was totally hooked. Made of absorbent soft cotton, these Copper Pearl ones are both functional and adorable. Drool gets absorbed and the outfit looks complete. Win-win if you ask me.

A lot of you have asked to see more of the type of outfits I dress Jack in so today I’m obliging you and giving you 3 baby boy outfits that Jack wears on repeat lately. Paired with cute bibs for drooly teething days, of course (we have the Cruise Set).

FullSizeRender-1OUTFIT #1: Modern Camo
Gap Jacket, H&M Hat, Copper Pearl Bib, J.Crew Shirt, H&M Jeans 

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OUTFIT #2: True Blue
Gap Cardigan, Carter’s Onesie, Copper Pearl Bib, Gap Pants

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OUTFIT #3: All American Boy
Gap Hat, H&M Shirt, Copper Pearl Bib, H&M Sweats

Love these bibs as much as we do? Good news: swing by Instagram to enter to win a set, and use the code NATALIEB at copperpearl.com for a 25% discount through January 9th. Hooray!

(This post was created in collaboration with Copper Pearl—we love their adorable bibs!)

2 Comments

  • Reply
    AshleyL
    January 6, 2016 at 7:44 am

    It’s nice that he’ll wear hats. A lot of kids won’t. My daughter wore a bow everyday until she was 1 and then she realized she could rip them off So we switched to a Bobby pin that she can’t get off. She has a ton of hair so we had to use something!

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      Natalie Borton
      January 6, 2016 at 1:35 pm

      He never liked hats until I got him that pom pom one! Then he got used to it and I’ve been able to get him to love his little baseball cap too. It looks so cute on him!

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