5 Ways to Coordinate Your Baby’s Outfits
Why would you choose mini-me fashion out of all choices available to dress your baby? It’s because these fashion choices instill a sense of belongingness within them. Plus, you want to be referred to as the mommy of that cute baby in the hat, don’t you?
Here are 5 ways to coordinate your baby’s outfits with yours:
Coordinating accessories will help you keep the signal subtle. Do it with a matching pair of shoes or get matching patterned socks. Hats, gloves, and glasses are also great options if you want to match your style with your baby.
Raincoats are another feature you can focus on for this purpose if the weather allows.
Denim is the most common fashion item. So, naturally, it’s easily available in hundreds of patterns and colors. Choose matching trousers, skirts, or jackets, and pair that choice with a patterned or solid shirt. You can complete the look with similar shoes and accessories. But it’s perfectly okay to just stick to the denim piece as the matching point.
Go with the Flow
Consider the event for which you want to dress up. Christmas, New Year’s Eve, and Halloween come with their patterns and colors. You can decide on a theme for other occasions like birthdays and get-to-gathers.
As long as the theme is used commonly, you shouldn’t have difficulty finding matching outfits from most mother and baby brands.
You can also take dressing inspiration from your favorite sports team. And you don’t have to wait for the season to use their gear. Any time of the year is great for you to show your love to your family’s favorite NFL team.
Focus on Color
And no one prevents you from being obvious in your quest to coordinate your outfit with your baby’s. Choose a color – bright or neutral – and show off your unison.
You’ve got this!
Here, we discussed five ways to present a collective image with your family by using mini-me fashion. These strategies range from subtle coordination of accessories to full-blown matching using similar colors and patterns. Which one would you pursue? Let us know!