Winter White Kids Holiday Look

Top: Old Navy // Pants: Carter’s // Boots: Nordstrom // Sunglasses: Crummy Bunny
I love winter white outfits for the holidays. Kids fashion is no exception. In this kids outfit of the day post, I’m sharing a look that is perfect for the holidays.
I feel in love with this white micro fleece tunic the moment I saw it at Old Navy. I cannot rave enough about Old Navy. The Old Navy of today is not the Old Navy I grew up with. On any given day, you can walk in to your local Old Navy store and find super trendy, good quality and affordable pieces you’ll love.


This adorable top is not only functional but fashionable. The fleece keeps my daughter warm during colder weather. The collar is like a wide turtle neck which also helps keep her neck wrapped up (perfect for preventing colds).


I also love that the top looks like a vintage piece from the 1960s in miniature form. I love dressing Catalina in smaller version of items that I would wear. Sure, t-shirts with cartoons are nice but who says little kids can’t be chic, too!?

I paired the white top with simple black pants from Carter’s. They’re thicker than your average tights/leggings, which make them perfect for the winter.

I tucked them into to these sassy faux patent leather knee high boots. They’re made by Nordstrom.  I love the style and the buckled straps and the angle, which I always love for securing kids shoes.

My favorite thing about this outfit is the sunglasses! I love sunglasses and Catalina is following in my footsteps. She has a growing collection that is soon to get much larger now that I’ve discovered Crummy Bunny. They make adorable accessories and clothing for kids. I have become obsessed with their sunglasses for their quality and designs.


How do you plan to dress your little ones for the Holiday? Let me know in the comment section below.
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