Have you ever noticed that once you've put together a nursery that you love, you tend to dress your baby in clothes that coordinate with said nursery? I know I sure did...and still do in fact. My lil' lady bean is a wild child toddler now, but I still find myself turning to purple and grey shades similar to the ones in her nursery when I'm styling her outfits. So, it was no surprise to me when my sister started decking my adorable nephew out in nautical style looks on the regular.
She designed a darling nautical nursery complete with stripes, anchors and, of course, whales galore. I particularly love how she chose to complement the traditional nautical shade of navy with aqua and brick red. It's a fun take on the nautical trend no? So, now that you've gotten a glimpse of her baby's style inspiration, let's take a look at our favorite little guy's latest nautical look.
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Like I said, whales are kind of his mascot, so this seersucker suit from Elegant Baby was an immediate hit with his mama. We're not quite ready to say goodbye to summer around here, so it's a great time to sneak in some more seersucker and nautical style. And this three piece suit makes for a perfect summer to fall transitional look. Plus, we live in Florida, so lightweight pieces will work for a few months yet. I know you fellow Southerners know what I'm talking about!
So, who else is still loving the nautical look even as summer comes to a close? There's no reason we can't take the trend right on into fall right?
Disclosure: We were not paid for this post. We received a sample for review.