Summer Preview at the Children's Place

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This week has been fast-paced for me as I have been thinking about our upcoming vacation vacation. Not only is this the first time that I will be traveling on a plane with two, it is also our first venture as a family out of the states. I'm beyond excited, but also not prepared for the hot Jamaican sun, which is why I was so excited to head to The Children's Place and preview their latest fashions for summer. Featuring bright colors and bold prints, the summer is all about fun looks in dresses, shirts, tanks and swimsuits. Here are some of my favorite pieces.


printed matchables tank top - For my baby, I picked up two of these t-shirts featuring a fun collection of mix and matched strawberries.


active halter - I also loved this gun tank that is made with spandex and easily goes overhead.


butterfly shine top - I loved the shimmery and feminine look of this halter that was also incredibly soft.


cherry one-piece swimsuit - My little one may not be swimming laps anytime soon, but we are going to be spending a lot of time on the beach this summer. Love this playful navy suit with it's cute cherry decor.


ikat romper - I instantly loved this fun and vibrant romper with it's cute spaghetti straps and patterned shorts.


polka-dot one-piece - My big girl was also in need of a swimsuit and I loved the fun polka dots with the ruffles on the chest for her. Plus, it was in purple - her favorite color!


striped sundress - I loved the pop of color from this dress as well as the contrasting lengths of the white stripes.


colorblock dress - We know all about colorblocking in adults, and this trend is also hot with the kiddos. I love the combination of purples and blues as well as the scope halter top.


shine ribbon headband - Headbands are all the rage in our home now, and I loved how The Children's Place offers a collection of styles for the budding fashionista in my life.

Momtrends was not paid for this post. We were given a gift card to shop.

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