As the weather is getting warmer, we welcome all things lively and new! That also means that Easter is around the corner and it's time to start thinking about those adorable Easter outfits. Luckily for us, the New Tea Spring Collection has provided us with some amazing options for this season and beyond. We have put together four outfits to get your wheels turning. These clothes have us wanting to get our Easter Baskets out right now! Speaking of Easter Baskets, we've got some goodies for them, too.
The casual design of this romper paired with the sophisticated floral pattern is sure to have everyone swooning. It works perfectly with this darling headwrap and these coordinating Freshly Picked moccs. As another option, Little Lady Bows are lovely placed on that perfect spot on your little ladies head. A coral beaded bracelet adds the finishing touch.
Shop the look - Outfit: Tea Collection Vatican Gardens Romper; Blanket: Little Unicorn Single Bamboo Deluxe Muslin Swaddle in Pink Ladies; Moccs: Freshly Picked Platinum and Blush moccasins; Headband: Baby Bling Bows Sailor Knot in Grey; Bracelet: Boogaloo in Coral Shimmer
This bold, geometric-patterned romper from Tea is just the ticket for your little man on those active sun-filled days. Bonus: you'll be able to easily spot him in the midst of all the ruckus. This feather bib adds just the pop of color this outfit needs for the Easter holiday, and it's practical too (I mean, who doesn't drool at the thought of Cadbury's mini-eggs?). Slide on some buttery soft Freshly Picked moccs in the perfect shade of brown and you've got yourself just the right outfit for running into the Easter Bunny.Shop the Look - Outfit: Tea Collection Che Figata Pocket Romper in Heritage Blue; Drool Bib: Copper Pearl Baby Bandana Bibs in Aztec; Moccs: Freshly Picked Moccasins in Beehive State; Backpack: Skip Hop ZOO Pack Little Kid Backpacks in Dog; Bracelet: Amber Goose Baby Bracelet in Green
This precious watercolor-floral dress is an obvious choice for those family pictures, church meetings, and fancier get-togethers. The gold and white tones offset by those perfect shades of Spring give us all the heart eyes. This teal colored bow and Salt-Water Sandals in gold match this dress to the T. If you want a little more drama, this reversible Billy Bib in white gives this dress a little something unexpected. This bracelet adds just the right amount of sparkle!Shop the look - Outfit: Tea Collection Bel Paese Dress; Bib: Billy Bibs Bib in Emmy; Blanket: Little Unicorn Single Cotton Swaddle in Coral; Shoes: Original Salt-Water Sandals in Gold; Bracelet: Boogaloo Children's Bracelet in Spring Green; Bow: A Little Lady Shop
Tea hit the nail on the head with this floral button-up for your dapper little men. This shirt is very versatile - you can do a more formal look, but we have gone a little beachy with it and paired it with some rolled up khakis and Salt-Water Sandals. As fate would have it, these suspenders matched the Salt-Water Sandals perfectly, not to mention, this amber teething necklace also blends right in with this vibe. Top it off with this Little Mr bow tie and your guy is all set for a day of picture taking, Easter festivities, and a sugar high.
Shop the look - Shirt: Tea Collection Flaminio Ponzio Baby Shirt in Froth; Pants: Tea Collection Slim Baby Chinos; Suspenders: Troy James Suspenders in Natural; Bow Tie: Little Mr Toddler Bow Tie in Pink Gingham (Small or Medium sizes available); Shoes: Original SaltWater Sandals in Tan; Blanket: Little Unicorn Cotton Muslin 3-Pack in Bison; Necklace: Amber Goose Teething Necklace in Baroque Light Cherry. Also Pictured - PlanToys Pineapple Maraca, Tubby Todd Baby Fresh Spray in Sweet Quince and Honeysuckle, Calmies Baby Calming and Teething Toy, and Lucy Darling All Aboard California: A Landscape Primer Book
We here at The Baby Cubby LOVE Easter time and want all of your littles to look perfect in their Easter pictures - no matter what activity they are participating in! Hurry online or into our Lindon, UT baby store to get your outfits today! Written by Callie Lippard