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Dressing a 4-year-old boy isn’t super fun, to be honest. Opinions change daily, they’re constantly growing, and they are a MESS 24/7. The thing that makes mornings SO much easier around here is having a capsule wardrobe of sorts – pieces that can be mixed and match and worn with everything else. I just combed through Old Navy’s website with Cooper – fun, let me tell you 😉 – and he picked 7 shirts, 3 pants, 1 jacket and 1 pair of shoes to make the ultimate Toddler Boy Fall Capsule Wardrobe, full of classic, affordable pieces – you can grab this entire toddler capsule wardrobe for under $120. Easy, peasy!
I made 20 outfits from the 12 pieces, but the combinations really are endless. Take a look:
Here’s every piece in my Toddler Boy Fall Capsule Wardrobe:
And yes, I know that there are 2 white shirts in the bunch… we’ve owned them both in years prior and honestly, staining wasn’t an issue.
I love ON’s pants because they have an adjustable interior waistband that you can make tighter then loosen as your guy grows. And the shawl neck collar pullover – all the heart eyes. Coop has had them every fall since he was 18 months and I’ll be SO sad when he grows out of them for good.