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Dressing the Babe / Mama and Baby Style

Dressing the Babe / Mama and Baby Style

Dressing the Babe / Baby Style

In our last Dressing the Babe for this year, I was inspired by keeping florals going into winter (who says florals are for summer, only?!). My little nugget, Coco, is walking! So we went for a walk near the LA River to scoop up the last bit of December before the end of the year…

Dressing the Babe / Mama Style

I'm loving long dresses lately, especially those that cinch at the waist a bit to give a little shape. Accented by a floral necklace, I love the contrast of the pop of color against the deep green hue.

Mama outfit / 1. D.Ra dress, 2. Vegan jacket from Anthropologie from last season (similar here and here), 3. Gaia necklace, 4. Loeffler Randall booties (past season)

Dressing the Babe / Baby Style

If you have changed a diaper with a wiggly baby before you know that rompers with snaps in the crotch are a must. I love little rompers, but often they don't have snaps and so changing a diaper involves having to undress your babe completely.

Babe outfit / 5. Thief & Bandit romper, 6. June & January cardi, 7. Crew & Lu pom headband, 8. Zuzii shoes, 9. Afternoon Faun Octopus

Dressing the Babe / Mama and Baby Style

Dressing the Babe / Baby Style

Ah…this face! This face makes me want to have another baby (no just kidding, not really). But I do love that face. That's Coco impersonating Adele saying, "Hello, it's me…"

{Photos by Casey Brodley, flat styling by Julia Wester, outfit styling by Joy Cho. Coco is 14 months and walking around town like she owns it.}


  1. Joy love the styling. Both of you are looking adorable. I am usually not a fan of big headbands on babies but this on one Coco looks really cute!! Loved the color scheme!

  2. are you kidding me Coco is adorable ahhhhhhh that headband and floral romper just kills me…as does her FACE
    And I love florals! Or rather herbals? Leafy things…I wanna wear them! I want them as my wallpaper! I want non-cheesy ivy to line my ceiling corners! I want a plethora of real non-killable ones.
    Basically I want to live in a greenhouse.

  3. hey! do you all know about cotton monster? the artists name is jennifer strunge. that knitted octopus reminds me of her work except jennifer’s is so much more unique! check her out!


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