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Anyone who follows Live the fancy life knows that I LOVE shopping for kids and baby/toddler clothes at Old Navy. Every time I do a post about Bodhi’s fashion for a new season, Old Navy plays a huge role. Old Navy has their back to school sale going on now for all kinds of adorable toddler and kids clothes. Here are my picks for great toddler boy  fall clothes and for my friend Cassie’s super awesome daughter Lil’s back-to-school outfit.

Let’s start with Lil, shall we?

{This is Lil at Bodhi’s birthday. She can rock anything! Photo credit — Canary Grey Photography}

First, Lil is one of those kids that can pull off all the coolest looks… something I could never do when I was her age. For Lil, it’s all about color and patterns. Her mama lovingly refers to her as Lil Diva on her blog and it is very fitting for this cool kid.

So, I put together a fun, but a bit more conservative outfit for Lil’s first day of school. I mixed colors and patterns, but stuck with some really basic skinny jeans even though I was SO tempted by Old Navy’s adorable skirts and leggings for girls.

Old Navy girls back to school outfit

Girls black skinny jeans — $10
Girls canvas slip on sneakers — $10
Girls Dolman sleeve tees — $14.94
Girls double rosette chiffon headbands — $4

So, the entire outfit is just $38.94 during the sale!

Now, let’s check out the boy looks. As you probably know, I am struggling with letting Bodhi grow into a BIG BOY, but I accepted it a bit today for his outfit. Here he is.

{My sweet little baby is a big boy now.}

For Bodhi’s fall outfit, here are my picks!

Old Navy back to school toddler boy look

Boy shirt and tie set — $22.94
Dark wash bootcut jeans — $16.94
Superhero baseball cap — $12.94
Slip on sneakers — $7.94

For Bodhi’s look, I wanted it to be a cool/laid back look. I think the baseball cap brings a fun playful boyish element to this.

Hop on over to Old Navy’s website to check out all of the back to school sale items.

I was selected for this opportunity as a member of Clever Girls Collective, and the content and opinions expressed here are all my own.

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