Little Miss Sunshine
It’s never too early to start protecting your skin from the blazing African sun. There are millions of super cute swimsuit options out there, but if you want your little beach baby to be covered up but still look ridiculously cute – this post is for you.
Minki is the epitome of beach cool in her polkadot swimsuit.
Keep this in mind when going to the beach or swimming pool with your little munchkin:
Beach baby Tip 1: Cute but covered up.
The star of this outfit is Minki’s polkadot swimsuit. It is sooooo cute but super functional at the same time. The long sleeves provide ample coverage for young baby skin. This onesie makes it easy to block 99% of the sunrays and it’s made with a high collar for neck sun protection. The zip in the back makes getting in and out (of a wet swimsuit) super easy. No more tears after a fun filled afternoon in the water!
Beachbaby Tip2: Hats on!
Babies and hats has always been a cute combo – Not only will your baby look super cute but you can give yourself a high five for being a sun-smart mama! Minki is wearing her panama straw-hat – it is functional and stylish.
BeachbabyTip3: Wear sunglasses!
Minki is looking adorable in her heart-shaped sunnies AND it’s UV-protected – again function and fashion all rolled into one.
***Remember to invest in a hooded-towel for your little fashionista. Yes, it may seem expensive but it’s going to last a few years so it’s worth investing. The hoody is perfect for covering baby’s wet hair when getting out of the water. Minki’s towel got little holes for her arms and she puts it on like a dress over her head – this is great because you won’t be pulling at a towel that keeps sliding off and your water baby will be warm and comfy. BUT most importantly look super stylish!
SHOP MINKI’S LOOK:
Swimsuit from @CottononKids
Hat and sunglasses from @Ackermans
Hooded towel from @CottononKids
For all the details on my look click here