Kids Fashion for Traveling and Vacations

Kids Fashion for Traveling and Vacations

Since I’m sure everyone is in the midst of trying to figure out where to go on vacation, or more importantly what to wear on vacation we figured it would be a good time to show you some of the adorable kids fashion pieces we’ve received in lately that would be just perfect for traveling. Whether you’re going somewhere warm, cold or in between, flying or driving, you definitely want your LaBella Flora Cutie to be comfortable so there is less “Are we there yet??” and (ideally!) more sleeping or playing on the way. Here are some good ideas of comfortable yet fashionable outfits.


Traveling for any length of time with baby is always a process, so why not have an outfit that is just as functional as it is adorable? A romper like the Lemon Loves Lime one we have featured here is so convenient because it has changing snaps on the pants portion (bonus!) so you can get those changing sessions in the airport over and done with as fast as possible. Livie & Luca shoes are always a hit because not only are they comfortable, but the quality is great so they stay comfortable even after a long day of traveling.


For little girls, any of the Baby Sara little girls legging sets would be perfect. They’re just so cute with their patterns and ruffles so she will still feel pretty even if she’s hanging out in the back seat for a while. The faux fur vest is perfect to go with it because it’s so soft and cuddly it will remind her of her favorite blanket at home.

For tweens, leggings are super soft and stretchy so she won’t be sitting on hard jean pockets for hours on end. The floral sleeve tunic is nice and lightweight, and the tribal jacket is so unique she’ll really be looking good. A nice pair of boots are a staple for this winter so she’ll stay on trend with these girls lace up combat boots.

So where are you headed this year? Do you have it all planned out or can’t you decide where to go? Comment below and let us know your favorite outfit!

xoxo Cassidy

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