Hi, there! I’m PJ from Bunny & Dolly. When Emily asked if I’d share a little something on her blog, I immediately had a topic in mind: fashion. Specifically, I wanted to write about toddler fashion inspired by Emily’s sweet daughter, Ramona. I’m kind of obsessed with Ramona’s free-spirited, playful style. I mean, did you see her Little Edie costume for Halloween?

I try my best to stylishly dress my 16-month-old son, Levi, but it’s not always easy. I avoid licensed cartoons, oversize logos, and cutesy slogans as much as possible, so Levi ends up wearing a lot of stripes! There are definitely more fashion-forward and fun clothing options for little girls, and—bonus!—they aren’t stuck wearing pants every day. Even in the winter, little girls can frolic in a skirt or dress by pulling on a warm pair of leggings underneath. Boys, on the other hand, can choose from jeans, corduroys or khakis. Boring!

Here’s how I’d dress a toddler girl with as much spunk and flair as Ramona:

Clockwise: Old Navy Fleece Hoodie Dress, Cherokee Ruffle Front Cardigan, GAP Velvet Band Jacket, Gap Sequin Tulle Bubble Skirt, Winter Water Factory Rocking Horse Dress, Nordic Blooms Layer Dress, United Colors of Benetton Kids Knit Dress

what great outfits, PJ! no wonder levi always looks so handsome 😉 thank you so much for making a style board for miss bean and for guest posting on my little blog today. i loved having you!


4 Responses to GUEST POST: BUNNY & DOLLY

  1. […] guest blogging over at A Denver Home Companion today, sharing my fashion picks for stylish toddler girls like Emily’s sweet little Ramona. […]

  2. Amy I. says:

    Hi! Could you please repost the link to the fleece hoodie dress? I get an error message when I click on it and couldn’t find it on the Old Navy website. My daughter needs that dress! Thanks!

  3. I love this collection of little girl’s clothing! *sigh* If only I had a little girl to dress… 3 boys later…

    I agree! My boys do wear a lot of stripes, but I also can convince them to wear things like vests, scarves, bow ties, and plaid shirts and boots… I don’t know how long they will take direction, but so far my 5-year-old allows it and my 3-year-old embraces it!

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