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Steal That Kid’s Style! Our Takes on Fave Pitti Bimbo Looks

Friday, July 25th, 2014

High-end clothing and accessories aren’t just for the Carrie Bradshaws of the world. The designers showcased at children’s fashion fair Pitti Bimbo, a bi-yearly event in Florence, Italy, prove that garb for little ones can be just as chic. Unfortunately, some of the pieces can run pretty steep–especially when you consider how much your kiddo grows each year!

Don’t worry, though–even if you’d rather save than splurge, your child doesn’t have to dress like a Plain Jane. Here, we’ve put together looks modeled after some of our favorite Pitti Bimbo fashions shown at past fairs. Your little one will be ready to hit the runway in no time! Click the “Off the Rack” images to shop.

On the Runway: This Miss Bluemarine dress, modeled in January 2013, is perfect for the girl who loves all things pink (and has somewhere super fancy to go!). 

Off the Rack: Florals and bows? Check and check. This Youngland frock from Sears also has the satin look of the designer dress, but it’ll only cost you…wait for it…$13! 

On the Runway: He’ll stand out in the crowd when he sports a neon yellow polo! Classic khakis and a grown-up blazer make for a “brunch at the club” look. This outfit, shown in June 2013, is by Miss Grant.

Off the Rack: These pieces are all great basics, so stock up and replicate this look at a minimal cost. Pair the OshKosh polo ($11-$13.20, Diapers.com) with jeans during cooler months. To make the look more feminine, girls may enjoy wearing this similar-looking blazer, also by OshKosh, over a dress ($18, Target). 

On the Runway: Anchors aweigh! The nautical look goes high-fashion with this Philippe Plein dress, which was shown at the most recent fair this past June. 

Off the Rack: It’s patriotic-looking and summery just like its runway counterpart, but this anchor dress is super affordable. ($32, Zappos)

Images of runway styles 1 and 3 by Giovanni Giannoni; image 2 courtesy of Pitti Immagine. 

Back to school time will be here before you know it! Check it some of our fashion tips:

Back to School: Fashion for Girls
Back to School: Fashion for Girls
Back to School: Fashion for Girls

 

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The Best Diaper Bag for Your Style

Thursday, June 26th, 2014

A woman can never have too many handbags. A clutch for date night, a tote for the beach, a purse for day-to-day activities…the list goes on. Plus, within each category, you also have to consider your color preferences, decide whether you want to save or splurge, and choose whether you prefer something trendy or classic.

When it comes to purchasing a diaper bag, you’ll have to make the same decisions! But we all know moms are too busy to browse website after website, so we’ve rounded up a few options (most of which come with changing pads!) that will satisfy you no matter your palette, budget, or style. Now get shopping–we even feature an option for your man! Click the images for details.

Conservative with a Twist: This Baby Essentials bag is nice and simple on the outside (love the gold handles!), while the leopard interior (surprise!) adds a wild element. It’s perfect for the mom wants a streamlined style with a little bit of funk. ($25, Target.com) 

Pink Lady: What spit-up? This tote by Trend Lab will remind you of your days as a full-time fashionista but is also roomy enough for all of your current essentials ($30, Kmart) 

Baby Got Backpack: This Bumble Collection sack can be worn multiple ways, and its cheerful print is great for spring and summer. ($100, Wayfair.com) 

Pattern-Friendly Parent: Preppies and design fanatics will love the Greek Key print on this Hoohobbers tote. Bonus: it’s super eye-catching (read: it’s difficult to misplace among your stash of baby gear and dirty clothes!). ($88, Diapers.com) 

Messenger and a Bottle: Can’t forget about Dad! He won’t need to send out an SOS when he’s armed with this Diaper Dude bag–its no frills look makes it an excellent choice. ($123, Hayneedle)

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Best Deals for the Week Across the Web

Wednesday, June 11th, 2014

By Susan Yoo-Lee, Editor of Savings.com

When you’re a parent, it can be hard to get a few moments to yourself to go shopping. Suddenly, you turn around and you need one of everything! It’s truly amazing the amount of stuff that kids can go through!

This week we’ve pulled together deals on pretty much anything you could possible need from around the web. From diapers and diaper cream to clothing, shoes and toys, there’s bound to be a coupon code here for something you’ve long run out of at home. So go ahead – use a code to buy your goodies, and then check at least one thing off your to-do list.

  1. Babies R Us. 20% off 1 regular-priced item in store (Print coupon for redemption). Expires 6/14/2014.
  2. Carter’s. 15% off your in store purchase (print coupon and redeem). Expires 6/30/2014.
  3. Diapers.com. Buy 3 and save 20% on all orders (Coupon code: ROADTRIP). Expires 6/30/2014.
  4. Chicco. 20% off orders $100 or more (Coupon code: SAVE20). Expires 6/30/2014.
  5. Shoebuy.com. 20% off your purchase, plus free shipping and free returns (Coupon code: 20JUNE). Expires 6/30/2014.

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Celebrate May with Florals for Mom and Baby

Thursday, May 8th, 2014

April showers have brought May flowers (at least to our closets!). Here are some of our favorite floral picks for Mom and Baby. Click on the images to shop!

This dress is a go for date night–love how it’s styled here! (ASOS, $47)

Prefer to stick to neutrals? You can still go floral with this black and white print. (Motherhood Maternity, $20)

This top is perfect for casual backyard parties. (Destination Maternity, $115)

Pregnant in peplum? Go for it with this springy piece. (Destination Maternity, $70)

 Sneaks can have flowers, too! This toddler pair from Target is certainly seasonally appropriate! (Target, $20)

Shield Baby from the sun with this cheerful hat. (The Children’s Place, $6)

Say “Goodnight Moon” in this floral gown. (Diapers.com, $24)

Take her out on the town in this festive number. (The Children’s Place, $10) 

Just because your little one has cute clothes doesn’t mean she’ll keep ‘em clean! We have tips on how to remove stains from her duds.

How to Remove Stains From Baby Clothes
How to Remove Stains From Baby Clothes
How to Remove Stains From Baby Clothes

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