I’ll admit it, there are times knowing children of celebrities have way better wardrobes than me gives me a case of the sads (I’m looking at you, Honor Warren), but who can blame their moms and dads for dressing them in some seriously adorable apparel? Not I. Check out some fashionably-outfitted A-list kids and find out how your own trendy munchkin can snag the same style.
Tabitha and Marion Broderick
I love that while the twins do occasionally dress in matching outfits, most of the time they have their own unique look happening. Here Tabitha (right) sports Appaman's Boutique Blazer in Huckleberry and Emi-Jay's Pure White with Gold Glitter Headband. Both cuties wear their favorite pink Paul Frank shoes. Keep an eye on their footwear, people, their mama is the one who made Manolo Blahnik a household name after all!
Finn is too adorable for words in his super cool NUNUNU Alphabet Baggy Pants and Triangle Tee. When you hear people talk about how boys’ clothes have come a long way, NUNUNU is one of the lines we have to thank for that. Because, hey, moms of boys want to have fun shopping for their little guys, too!
Sweet Sam is both comfy and cool in Paigelauren’s Classic Collared Polo in Storm and NUNUNU’s Star Baggy Pants. I love how he’s the spitting image of his mother (and that he’s trying to walk away with her morning coffee in this pic).
With a fashionista mom like Jessica Alba, it’s not surprising that Honor Warren is always the best-dressed kid at the playground. To get a similar look for your daughter, try the Gap’s Flutter chevron dress for its bright, bold print and pair it with their Skinny Leggings.
Who says you can’t wear jammies out of the house? Zuma layers his Jake and the Neverland Pirates short jams with eco-friendly Skylar Luna Long Sleeve Pajamas in Blue Gray. I’m loving the addition of the brown leather vest and red bandana to complete the pirate look. Aargh!
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