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10 Soft And Natural Fashion Buys For Girls

Section: Kids' Fashion
If you want your little girl in comfortable, practical and beautifully cute outfits, this gallery has the perfect garments for babies through to preschoolers
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Printed dress, £12, Polka dot leggings, £6,
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Bows, £4 each,

Cutest Hair Accessory

Make messy hair a thing of the past with these pretty bow style clips. Available in over 20 different colours so they’ll match any outfit.

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Print joggers, £5,

The Comfy Jogger

These pull on joggers are a great alternative to jeans for your toddler, with lots of stretch for comfort that makes it easier for when they start to try and dress themselves.

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Pink suede shoes, £18,

Baby’s First Shoes

Your baby’s feet have very soft bones so these soft and supple leather shoes are the ideal first pair to choose. Perfect for cruisers and crawlers.

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Flower print jeans, £10, Ladybird at

The Printed Jean

Got a little princess that doesn’t like wearing trousers? Even the girliest of little girls will love these vintage print jeans.

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Silver boots, £22,

The Metallic Boot

We have fallen in love with these DM style boots – sturdy enough for your tot to stamp around the playground in but pretty enough to team with dresses too.

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Bodysuit, £22, Mini A Ture at

The Layering Bodysuit

Choosing a bodysuit instead of a vest or t-shirt means no fiddly tucking in and no gap – meaning your toddler will keep cosier in the colder months.

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Cardigan, £15,

The Pretty Cardie

Wearing lots of thin layers often keep your baby warmer than one thick item. Pop this pretty cardigan over a dress or under a gilet to layer up in style.

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Cord pinafore, £45,

The Corduroy Pinafore

Corduroy is a great kid- friendly fabric as it’s tough and hardwearing and most importantly rarely needs ironing!

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Blouse, £12.99,

The Pastel Blouse

This adorable blouse nods to the current military trend in its styling. Team with mini skinnies and a long sleeve tee for the perfect playgroup combo.

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Tartan skirt, £33,

The Tartan Skirt

Checks are a winter trend that is still going strong for spring too, so investing in this cute kilt is a must. Wear with thick tights and boots to ward off the winter chills.

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