For St. Patty's Day
Wearing the color green isn't only for St. Patrick's Day. This year, it happens to be one of spring's hottest hues. Check out these gender-neutral baby outfits your little one can rock well beyond St. Patty's Day.
There are a gazillion baby outfits out there with some slant of "I love daddy," but this little number stands out from the crowd. Decked out in mint green hues — a hot color for spring — and sleek typography, design enthusiasts will dig this modern spin on a classic saying. "I Love My..." Graphic Bodysuit (Old Navy, $9)
Technically teal, this striped onesie is a nice alternative to dark green shades for Baby. Want to mix things up? Layer a patterned onesie underneath. Polka dots would also look super cute combined with the stripes. Striped Hooded One-Piece (Old Navy, $10)
For those parents who are tired of seeing cutesy baby animals on their little one's clothes, this lizard onesie is a fun alternative. Make an outfit of it by combining it with a pair of jeans for boys or a frilly skirt for girls. Mini Rodini Lizard Organic Onesie (Fawn Shoppe, $43)
This organic onesie features a cool dinosaur graphic that wraps around from the front to the back. At first glance, one might think this onesie is more suited for boys, but I think it would look killer on a baby girl paired with a black hair bow. Stella McCartney Kids Rufus Organic All in One (Fawn Shoppe, $70)
I don't know why, but strangers love seeing a baby wearing something with ears. Throw this bear hoodie on your babe and strangers will be coming up to you saying how cute your little one is (like you didn't already know). Bear Hoodie, (GAP, $27)
Spring is just around the corner and the warmer weather means long stroller walks and trips to the park. A sun hat is a must to keep Baby's delicate skin protected. I love the chic herringbone pattern in this miniature fishing hat. Herringbone Fisherman's Hat (Naartjie, $10)