I love how adorable Easter clothes are. We usually issue hand-me-downs to the younger boys, but this year, we discovered that our youngest son (now 22 months) had no dress clothes for this year's family Easter outing! I headed to Walmart.com to see what I could have shipped to the house, and I found this outfit for just $16!
Was it as cute in person as it was in the picture? Here is what I discovered:
First, the material was much more durable than I imagined it would be. The sweater vest was thick, and the shirt underneath was a George brand dress shirt with real buttons. (Some baby "dress" shirts have fake buttons or only button up at the top.) My older boys have been wearing George branded dress clothes for years, so I can vouch for the quality. The slacks had an elastic waist and one fake button, which is ideal for a baby.
The only negative I see from ordering this set is that you can only choose one size. My little guy is easily a 24 month in most shirts, but has a tiny waist. We still have to dress him in 18 months for the pants. This means that, sadly, we might have to pair the nice top and vest with a smaller pair of pants from our existing wardrobe. (We will wear the pants in the future, however, so it's not like we wasted money.)
Do you agree that this affordable outfit is one of the most endearing ways to dress your little guy this season?