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Mommy & Me Style Tips for Boy Moms

Matching Style Tips for boy moms

I will admit I always dreamed of wearing matching outfits with my child someday. When I found I was having a boy that threw a bit of a wrench in my girly pink dream, but not to despair. It turns out matching with your child for #boymoms just looks a little different. The outfits may not be exactly the same but I am sharing 5 tips for how to plan mommy and me outfits for boy moms.

Creative Ways to Creating Mommy & Son Matching Outfits

  1. Weave a common color into both outfits⁠. Burgundy is an easy one because it's quite common for women and boys clothes. If you can't find the color you want in boys go with girls. Baby sizing is the same!
  2. Stick to neutrals. Black, tan, and white all look great together and give the illusion of matching even if the items are different.
  3. Pick a matching pattern like stripes, or dots or even floral. I wear stripes constantly so that is an easy one for us.
  4. Matching accessories like hats or sunglasses are another easy way to match with your kiddo.
  5. Last but not least, matching swimsuits are so much fun! Luckily more brands are offering swimsuits for women and children with the same prints/patterns for boys and girls.

For each outfit below I have linked the similar items so you can recreate these looks.

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Breast cancer survivor, lover of style, beauty and all things pink! Inspiring you to thrive through adversity. 

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4 Comments

    Tatianna

    November 6, 2020Reply

    Anna! I read some of your posts and just wanted to say how wonderful to see that things worked out with your baby boy! I just turned 38, earlier in the year I had my baby boy and then upon arrival home I found a lump under my armpit. Now, 9 mo later, I finished chemo and had unilateral mastectomy two weeks ago. In the attempt to find myself after this brutal surgery I came across your posts. I have seen very few stories of women having children after treatments, so I am so happy for you!!! And I am looking forward to more babies too 🙂 everything is well.

      Anna

      November 8, 2020Reply

      Thank you so much for your kindness. It has been my biggest gift after cancer.

    Tatianna

    November 6, 2020Reply

    Btw, I love the white shirt on the jeans picture! What is it called?.

      Anna

      November 8, 2020Reply

      That white shirt is one of my favs from last summer from a local boutique.

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