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Nordstrom has curated everything you need for an Instagrammable summer

Summer with kids is such a sweet time. With the warmer temps to the vivid colors of the season, there is always something fun to do—and you'll probably want to share it on social media.

But when it comes to outfitting the family in style, it can be hard to curate looks for everyone.

Enter: Nordstrom's Pop-in with Maisonette.

For our best summer 'grams, Nordstrom has us covered. 🙌 Thanks to the latest Pop-In@Nordstrom featuring some of Maisonette's favorite baby and kids clothing, mamas everywhere have the best selection of clothing at their fingertips, ready to start posting some of their sweetest moments all summer long.

Here's how three real mamas are using (and loving!) their Pop-In items.

Fatima Dedrickson (@stylefitfatty)

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Born and raised in Stockholm, Sweden, Fatima Dedrickson is a fitness and lifestyle blogger based in Utah with her family. She and her husband have three kids,—Noah, Olivia and Kingston.

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"These products will make our summer so much better because who doesn't like to play but also look cute?" Fatima says. "I love how light and easy the clothes are, and the colors were beautiful!"

​Kay Kroshus (@kayandcrew)

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Kay Kroshus is raising three children (Carson, Layla, and Mia) with her husband Derek in their home in the desert.

"Lali's clothes are perfect in every way―they are beautiful, so soft and breathable, and the design is so intricate with the detailed lace trim," Kay says. "Layla has already asked me if she can wear her new dress every day this summer!"

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"We took a quick road trip over the hill to Northern California to pick wildflowers," Kay said. "With a convenient handle and wheels to roll it, the Olli Ella basket was perfect for roaming the fields and carrying loads of flowers. The kids had a blast together!"

Sarah Holstrom (@sarahholstrom)

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Sarah Holstrom is a stay-at-home mama of four babies and a lifestyle blogger. She and her family live in Northern California.

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"Clothes that my kids can play in and look great doing it always make a way to my heart!" Sarah says. "You really can't get cuter than matching bathing suits, and I can't wait to take on the lake and pool all summer long with the cutest kids around."

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"The suitcase is beyond adorable, and the stroller has easily made its way to the very top of the list of favorite toys," Sarah says.

Want to capture your own most Instagrammable summer? Shop the Pop-In now!

This article is sponsored by Nordstrom. Thank you for supporting the brands that support Motherly and mamas.

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