Mini Style Saturday: Accessories for Girls


One of my favorite things about having a girl is not only dressing her up in darling dresses, but also accessorizing her. I'm quite the accessories addict and have curated a nice little collection for my daughter.


Since the day she left the hospital, my little lady has been outfitted in two kinds of accessories regularly...Toe Blooms and Baby Bling bow headbands.

Here in Florida, my summer baby often got too hot in socks and her feet were so tiny, even newborn booties were too small, so Toe Blooms were the perfect alternative for her. What are Toe Blooms you ask? They're little foot embellishments that can be worn on bare feet or over socks and they're simply adorable. My baby girl has several pair of flower Toe Blooms and even a metallic pair that look like gladiator sandals!

Also, a must have in our house are the customizable bow bedecked headbands from Baby Bling. You can pick the headband, flower and bow colors to create a truly unique look. And the headbands are super soft and streatchy. That is very important to this mama as I have no interest in giving my sweetie pie a headache!

As she's gotten older, I've been on the hunt to add more pieces to her accessories closet and I'm loving these latest finds...Coney Island Baby has something called the Pocket Bib that is about the hippest bib I've ever seen! Not only can it function as a bib, but it makes a rather smart scarf as well.

Culver Cutie makes the sweetest Tutu Bags. I can already tell my daughter is going to be quite the girly girly by the way she prances when I put a pretty dress on her, so a bag that looks like a tutu is going to be right up her alley.


Ok, I know I said this was about girls, but I couldn't resist throwing in Eyes Cream Shades for kiddos. My son tested these sunnies out and he actually kept them on, so they must be comfortable. Plus, they come in pink in case blue isn't your kiddo's cuppa tea.

So, who else LOVES shopping for accessories?

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