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We are often asked “What are your most popular collections for boys?”. Our answer may differ depending on the time of year since the season can effect popularity, like short sleeve cotton jumpsuits are more popular in the Summer months for obvious reasons, but there’s one collection that is always at the top of the list for Boys Newborn Clothes. That collection is the Harrison Newborn Collection! A white cotton jumpsuit detailed with sky blue french trim and ivory venice lace. A super soft design, handcrafted with love and absolutely perfect for a newborn boy to wear for a special occasion any time of year.
 To complete the outfit from head to toe, there are three accessories that perfectly match the jumpsuit to complete the look. First are the Harrison Booties. They are adorable worn on their own, but we do suggest adding a white sock during the cooler months. Next is the Harrison Hat. We actually have two different Harrison Hats to choose from. There is a white cotton hat (same material as jumpsuit) or a blue knit hat (same material as sweater). The last accessory is the Harrison Blue Knit Sweater; the perfect compliment to the blue trim detail on the jumpsuit.


We love, LOVE, love receiving photos of the little guys wearing their Baby Beau & Belle outfit. We enjoy looking at them and it’s also helpful to other parents when we post them to our customer photo gallery. It gives others a chance to see our items photographed on babies of ALL different sizes. Our jumpsuits usually fall somewhere around mid-calf to ankle length, depending on the baby’s height and how they are proportioned. Some babies that are very tall for their age will need a larger size based on height alone, so there jumpsuit may be more of a loose fit. By looking through other photos, you can be inspired by how others photograph their babies. We love some of the fun, creative photos we receive!

Here’s a few photos we thought were just too cute not to share with you:

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