I know it’s Black Friday, and we are all focused on the steals and deals we can get at every store and website imaginable, but I decided to focus on an obvious favorite…
It’s Pink Friday at The Beaufort Bonnet Company, and for real, this is the best time to stock up on the cutest clothes and accessories for now and later!
I have pulled together some of my favorite pieces, including this Fun Fort that should be at the top of your gift list, and they are all 40% off today!
I’ll start with my all-time favorite layering tee. I have these in both the short-sleeve and long-sleeve option for my girls, and I seriously pair it with everything! Under jumpers, long bubbles, with bloomers, anything!! They run true to size and are seriously the softest and best quality tees we have.
This sibling set will be perfect to wear all winter and into the spring!
Love these dresses for school, and we ordered a size up to use for their first week of school next year!
This Long Sleeve Sandy Smocked Dress has become one of my favorites this year, and we are actually using them in some of our Holiday photos next week!
I am also a huge fan of the Juliet Jumper. We used them in our baby announcement, and I have several colors and variations for the girls. I even bought one style last year during the big sale and saved it for the girls to wear this fall!
As you can tell, The Beaufort Bonnet Company is a family favorite around here, and this is their best sale of the year! It is the best time to stock up on your basics, like the layering tees, get some winter pieces your children will still have time to wear, or pick up some things for next year while they are 40% off!
Here are a few more things we have our eyes on and will be trying to scoop up today:
Juliet Jumper in Pearl, such a great transitional piece for spring!
Cambridge Cardigan, a must-have
Twinkle Twinkle 2 in 1 Gown for baby brother
Darling Debut Set, obsessed with this for our little boy
Use code PinkFriday for 40% almost everything on their entire site!!
Happy Pink Friday!!
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