Spring style favorites from Appaman

Spring style favorites from Appaman

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Spring Style from Appaman

Spring is here, which means it’s finally time to switch out the bulky winter clothing, once and for all, and add in some fresh, new pieces for warmer weather. If you’re looking to update your child’s wardrobe — or you just need to buy some new pieces because he won’t stop growing — Appaman has some great, versatile options. We are loving their mix of whimsical prints with go-to basics your kids will wear again and again.

Spring style favorites from Appaman for girls

Spring Favorites for Girls from Appaman

Reversible Windbreaker, $62
Cat Eye Sunglasses, $18
Chelsea Cardigan, $62
Tennis Dress, $49
Pineapple Romper, $53
Downtown Pants, $40
Wavy Tank, $40

Spring style favorites from Appaman for boys

Spring style favorites from Appaman for boys

Mercer Fedora, $33
Windbreaker, $62
Lobster Tee, $36
Stanton Shorts, $38
Warren Shirt, $51
Reversible Shorts, $40
Curved Slub Henley, $38
Board Shorts, $42
Pilot Sunglasses, $18

Don’t forget a spring coat

Don’t forget the outerwear! Between spring showers and the lingering cool temperatures, a light jacket is a must for your child’s spring wardrobe. We are absolutely loving Appaman’s windbreakers. Not only are they a great design, they’re lightweight and have a zip-out hood.

Appaman Windbreaker for Spring

What are you looking to update in your child’s spring wardrobe?

This post was contributed by Lindsey McPherson who is part of the Savvy Sassy Moms Product Scouts program. You can find more from Lindsey on her blog, The Nashville Mom.

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