J. Crew just launched their very fashionable and luxurious line for babies. Because I’m 24 and irresponsible I always joke that if I actually had a baby right now I might forget it in a J. Crew dressing room (I wouldn’t really do this, don’t get offended). But until the day I might become responsible enough to take care of a tiny person, my dream (along with owning my own camel) is to be a baby stylist, and with the launch of this collection that job would pretty much be perfect. So enough about my hopes and dreams. Here are the clothes your baby needs (let’s look past the price tags, even babies need a dream life, KAY?).
Baby’s are snuggly just from being a baby. Imagine how snuggly they would be with a cashmere cardi added! Baby + Cashmere = Supasnuggly.
Start your baby out with some proper hopes and dreams. Even though my mom discourages me by telling me being a sailor is more than wearing cute nautical clothes (and that they don’t actually wear cute nautical clothes) I still think it is a valid dream.
Look how tiny these Sperrys are! Even if you don’t have a baby you should still buy them JUST TO HAVE TINY SPERRYS! Also, I’ve heard sailing is a prevalent hobby of babies these days, so make sure they have the proper attire to participate.
Do you use the Fancy app?
Now, it’s no Pinterest or Tumblr, but still highly useful for finding fun, interesting, useful, or just plain fancy things. Overall, some really cool stuff you probably wouldn’t have seen otherwise.
I am so excited about the Milly Collection at Banana Republic. I wouldn’t even let myself walk into the store on my trip to the mall during my lunch the other day, knowing that I would only come out having spent too much money. Once I develop a little more self control (or my mom agrees to go shopping with me to remind me that I DON’T NEED ANYTHING!) I can’t wait to go in and see the pieces I’ve been adoring online, in person.
What pieces are you most excited about….or which ones have you already purchased?! Tweet us @JCrewReview or show us via Instagram!
During the wintertime in Wisconsin I go to a dark place. Literally. I wear black. All. The. Time. Once the warm weather starts making regular appearances (this is finally happening…IN JUNE), I want to celebrate and suddenly….all I’m drawn too is bright and colorful prints.