Disney Fashions Part II

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You looked through Disney Fashions Part I and you loved it (right? right? 🙂 ), so here are the rest of Lexi’s outfits at Disney.

If you missed part I, here it is: Disney Fashions Part I



Ah! My favorite clothing company. They make truly special clothing. Every season I wait to see their new catalog with anticipation because I am always surprised with how increasingly gorgeous their designs get. Biscotti tends to be more dressy with special occasionwear and Kate Mack is your every day and party clothing with a modern cool twist ( though there is nothing every day about it) and then there is BABY Biscotti.

The first outfit is still in stock (YAY!) here for 2T+ and here for infants . It’s one of the cutest casual cotton outfits we have with oceans of ruffles and cute capri pants. Despite the ruffles the top is very light and airy. I was concerned that Lexi might be too hot with all those ruffle layers but it turned out to be one of the cooler outfits. Shoes in the pictures are See Kai Run.

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This cute outfit is a bit more fancy from the fabric standpoint. The shorts are to DIE for! I think we got the most compliments on these shorts (and the dance shorts in Part I). They are the ultimate baby ruffle shorts! This set is also still in stock and you can buy the shorts and the top separately. Sold here: Top (2T and up), Shorts (2T and up), Shorts (size 5 and up). There is also a super cute matching ruffle dress (I seriously can’t ever visit their website without spending at least an hour browsing)

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KATE QUINN organics

Kate Quinn offers surprisingly stylish clothing for both boys and girls in organic cotton. Here Lexi is wearing some of their summer line items: A criss-cross top paired with Kate Mack shorts and blue See Kai Run shoes.

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Another pair of ruffle shorts, this time in organic cotton from Kate Quinn paired with a tux front shirt and the same blue See Kai Run shoes.

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And finally a Kate Quinn dress (I love this blue pattern) with the same pattern as the shirt above worn with See Kai Run pink sandals.

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This is totally on a side note, but as I was browsing the website linking to it in this post, I found out that Kate Quinn has an outlet grab bag subscription service. I’m a sucker for subscription services (the element of surprise), so this is like candy for me. Basically for $29.95 monthly Kate Quinn sends you three items from their outlet store (past seasons, etc)- that’s a pretty darn good deal! If I were them, I’d advertise it much more widely! You can see it here and you’re welcome 🙂


One of the first organic brands I discovered back when Lexi was first born and it’s still a staple in her wardrobe. Nosilla is loved for bright and happy patterns and adorable bloomer dresses. There was no more perfect place to wear this polka dot yellow ruffle swing dress than Disney. It just brightens up every shot and makes the memories of Lexi cruising around Animal Kingdom that much more beautiful.  She was like a little bright shining sun in this colorful outfit amongst greenery and animals. I am only sorry I didn’t get more pictures of it. White Sandals are by See Kai Run.



Teal and yellow color combination has been my favorite for years, so I have a soft spot for this baby flutter dress. Besides, anything that comes with a bloomer is a plus for diaper wearers. Short and sweet with little pocket details and  soft flounce sleeves add to the beauty of the dress and organic cotton keeps it cool in hot Disney weather. Shoes worn are beautiful white Pediped with colorful flower detail.

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Matilda Jane is pretty known as the company that puts impossible patterns together and makes them work. I love seeing what they have come up with each season. One of my favorite sundresses of all times is Sundew dress that tells a story of summer and flowers in the meadow, warm sun and green grass during golden hour. The most relaxed looking outfit out of the line up, I can see this dress in virtually any setting. It also makes Lexi look so sweet! 🙂



A top worn as a dress- likely mistake. It seemed long enough to be a dress with a bloomer or leggings. I reserved this top/dress for Epcot since the clocks looking like planets seemed appropriate for a place that introduces you to space.  Loosely flowing is was perfectly cool and adorably short. We paired it up with a Hopscotch Boutique felt headband and blue See Kai Run shoes.

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A company, that makes everything from strollers to carriers to gyms, also designs some amazing clothing for babies and kids (their boy stuff is about the BEST out there). You can’t really see how cute their outfits are from these pictures because the designs and the embellishments vary so much from outfit to outfit. This dress was MADE for Animal Kingdom (not literally of course). Pocahontas-y styling is nothing like we’ve ever had in Lexi’s wardrobe before, yet it fit in so well. Very thin and light fabrics made it nice and airy and I just adore the details on the top of the dress. Paired up with white Pediped with colorful flower detail.

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This two piece outfit is from their summer line that is no longer available on their website was the outfit picked out for our Sea World adventure due to its fun blue print and teal colors. I love when outfits are already put together for me like this because I don’t have to plan that part in addition to everything else. That’s something Mamas and Papas is really great at. And of course it was paired up with blue See Kai Run shoes.

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So this was pretty much it!

You’ve seen what she wore, I enjoyed putting together the photos for this, though it was hard to pick only a few (as it is I had to delete half of what I picked out because it was just too much).

In the coming weeks, I will be sharing more from our Disney trip, like where we stayed, tips, tricks, out days at the parks, etc.

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    January 20, 2014 at 8:04 AM

    I ADORE that blue dress and white polkadots with orange!! Since I can make dresses, skirts and shirts for Celia, I find it hard to justify purchasing them, but I definitely look to brands for inspiration for my pieces!
    I can’t wait to take C to Disney this December!

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    January 20, 2014 at 12:54 PM

    Elena, thanks for the Disney Fashion posts! I often look at your photos and wonder where you got Lexi’s dress or blouse or shoes or hair accessories. From your first Disney Fashion post, I discovered Winter Water Factory and bought several dresses on their website. (btw, they’re having a 40% sale.) So thanks for introducing us to some new clothing brands.

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      Elena @The Art of Making a Baby
      January 22, 2014 at 1:51 AM

      Oh they are awesome! Their patterns are to die for! I can’t wait to see their spring line 🙂 And I also love huge sales like that! because it doesn’t really matter whether it’s a spring line or a fall line for kids, you just buy when it goes on sale 🙂

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        January 22, 2014 at 3:44 PM

        I hear you! 🙂 I bought several different prints in different sizes. I just got the clothes yesterday and I have to say they are so much lovelier in person. The prints are great and I like the fact that it’s made in the USA and organic. In case you were looking to try out another clothing brand, I also like Itsus Eco; the dresses and tunics I bought for my little girl are made from the softest organic Egyptian cotton. Out of all of her clothes, her Itsus Eco clothes are the softest. The brand goes on super sale on zulily occasionally. Thanks again!

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    January 20, 2014 at 2:17 PM

    When are you guys going to have another baby?!??

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    Lindsay A
    January 20, 2014 at 3:53 PM

    Oh my! I love every one of these outfits! Sadly, they aren’t within my family’s budget. What I wouldn’t give to be the gal pal who receives your daughter’s hand-me-downs for my own little girl.

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      Elena @The Art of Making a Baby
      January 22, 2014 at 1:52 AM

      Unfortunately, Lexi rarely leaves an outfit without stains (it’s getting better), but I would have loved to be the gal pal to give you those outfits after she is done wearing 🙂

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        Lindsay A
        January 23, 2014 at 2:14 PM

        We proudly wear slightly stained second hand clothing. My Annika/Nika is probably just a season behind your Alexis/Lexi, size-wise, and I’m gushing over the cute clothes and shoes in her wardrobe.

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    January 21, 2014 at 12:15 PM

    So cute, as always! I must ask what lens were you using on your camera in most of these?

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    Amy Frank
    January 21, 2014 at 3:31 PM

    Beautiful girl. So many costume changes! How long where you there? The warm weather and rosy cheeks make me so jealous, as we are about to hunker down for another snow storm.
    I have a question, are all of these clothes that you mention here, given to you?

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      Elena @The Art of Making a Baby
      January 22, 2014 at 1:53 AM

      We were there just over two weeks…. So enough to wear one outfit a day. And yes for the most part, most of the time companies just send her clothing because they know eventually they will end up on the blog 🙂

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        Amy Frank
        January 22, 2014 at 9:53 PM

        Wow, lucky you. They just send them, or you have to request them? Do you consider showing any lower priced clothing, since its kinda a lot to ask for people to click the links of these clothes (and you get paid) but the clothes are so expensive, and you aren’t even buying them?

        Lexi’s cute “angel kiss” birth mark comes out when she is hot, just like my sons.

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          Elena @The Art of Making a Baby
          January 22, 2014 at 11:08 PM

          Yeah, I know blogging has its perks, despite hard work 🙂
          It really depends, sometimes I email my contacts, other times they suggest things…it varies with what I have planned for the posts…

          As far as cheaper clothing, I actually do when I find a lesser known company that sells good cheap clothing ( like RUUM – they are amazing, I buy from them all the time). Most cheap clothing is very mainstream and noone needs to read about it because they see it themselves. If you’re looking for more affordable options, quite a few of the brands I listed have amazing sales that take their prices down to reasonable and cheap (which is when I shop there too): PO.P, RUUM, WWF, Matilda, mamas and papas, even Biscotti and kate mack.

          And finally, I don’t get paid when people click on these links. I simply link them as a courtesy, to make it easy for people to find what they are looking for if they like an outfit.

          Angel’s kiss- yes 🙂 and when she is crying or laughing 🙂

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    January 25, 2014 at 11:25 PM

    ohmigoodness, i just found you blog and LOVE LOVE LOVE!! i’m also an avid photog of my children, but i’m always trying to improve. i just read your photography page and love your suggestions. can you help me a bit? so for the great shot at the top of the Disney I page with your little one and the magic castle in the background, are you using the 85mm f1.8 lens? i’m looking for something with a better blur than my 50mm f1.8, would that do it? is that really a good lens for capturing active toddlers? 🙂 than you so much!! i love your photos…they are like eye candy! 🙂

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      Elena @The Art of Making a Baby
      January 26, 2014 at 1:40 AM

      Hi Abby! Thank you!!!!
      I almost exclusively use 85mm so yes that shot is 85 1.8
      I have found that in the lower cost lenses nothing beats it.

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      Elena @The Art of Making a Baby
      January 26, 2014 at 1:41 AM

      However it’s not a good lens for toddlers because is fairly close and toddlers move so much.

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