What she wore Wednesday

The moment I found out we were having a girl, I broke out in tears. Happy tears. Very happy tears. Not only because I knew I always wanted to have a girl at some point, but because let’s be honest, there are just so many cute girl’s clothes out there that are hard to resist. But, if you have children then you are well aware that clothing can add up, fast. I love dressing my little girl, but on a budget.

The majority of the clothing bought for the kiddos is from Old Navy and Target. And I ALWAYS either use a coupon and/or wait for a sale.

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This was an outfit Gwyn wore to preschool.

Top-Target (originally purchased as a dress, this now works as a top!)

Leggings-Target

Jacket-Target

Ankle Boots-Target

Can you tell I love Target? I always buy kids clothing at least one size up so that it can be worn longer. A  top can easily work as a dress and then later worn as originally intended, and pants can be rolled!

 

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Worn to play in the park and have a night out with the family.

Shirt-Old Navy

Skirt-Target

Leggings-Old Navy

Shoes- Shoes of Soul (purchased through Zulily)

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Time to dance! Off to tap class.

Leotard- Ebay

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Leg warmers-Shopko

Tap shoes-Consignment shop

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Worn on a Saturday to the children’s museum

Top-Old Navy (originally worn as a dress when Gwyn was about 18 months old-see how long it’s been in use?!)

Leggings-Old Navy

Jacket-Gap Kids

Boots-Target

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Worn to church, this dress has been a favorite for quite some time!

Dress- Rockabye (a boutique in Reno, NV)

Leggings-Old Navy

Ankle boots-Target

 

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Worn on a regular day home with Mama.

Shirt-Old Navy

Leggings-Old Navy

Shoes- Shoes of Soul (purchased through Zulily)

 

This little lady dresses better than I do. Maybe I should put more effort into myself?

I am linking up today with Lindsey over at The Pleated Poppy who does just that!
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