This post is sponsored by Carter’s. However, all thoughts and opinions expressed are my own.
As far back as I can remember, my kids have always worn Carter’s clothing. I love that I can basically stroll into any nearby store (find your nearest right here) and pick up a shirt or pair of shorts for my ever growing children. They’ve been my go-to for play clothes, daycare, and every day wear over the years because of their all-American style and durability.
Nothing has changed with our newest, Jude. In fact, I was shopping in Carter’s recently and picked up some items from their new Baby Basics Line. What I love about this line is the simpleness of each piece. When it comes to infant clothing, I will almost always choose basics over graphics/patterned clothing so that I can play around with adding in accessories and/or fun shoes. One of my favorite finds was these Babysoft Pants. I’m kind of into the tighter pants for boys/men (you either love it or ya hate it 🙂 ) and these definitely fall into that category (score!). Carter’s has definitely stepped up their game in the fashion world with pieces like this. I also own too many Kimono tees (again, because of the simple-ness factor) so I picked these ones up because of the quality and color options.
Another clothing piece I’m always on the hunt for are rompers/one-pieces. I think it’s about the only time in life you can absolutely rock a one piece and look cute while doing it 😉 They also make life so much easier when it comes to changing diapers/clothes (and we all know just how many diapers us mamas change daily!). I picked up this set for Jude (see below for pics, too) as stripes are my weakness and I think he looks pretty dang cute in blue 🙂
Thanks Carters for always providing well for my kiddos!
*Use code LBB2016 now thru 7/4/16 for 20% off your $40+ purchase or print out this coupon for an in-store discount*
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