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We're obsessed with Ali Fedotowsky-Manno's family Easter outfits—and you can get them at Target!

Easter is nearly here and for a lot of families it's an occasion where everybody wants to look their best, but without blowing the budget on Easter outfits littles are likely to outgrow in a hurry.

Luckily, Target's got us covered, as one of our favorite celebrity mamas proves.

Ali Fedotowsky-Manno has been showing off Riley and Molly's Easter looks (as well as her own) on her Instagram, and she's making us want to do a Target run, stat.

Riley is looking super dapper in his little suspenders, and as Ali explains, she was in love with them at first sight.

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"As soon as I saw Riley's outfit I knew I had to have it. I just love the pretty Easter colors, and the cute little bow tie is my favorite thing ever," says Ali.

We agree, Riley makes bowties look so good!

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"For Molly, the tutu skirt has been a huge hit—she loves to put it on and dance around our living room," says Ali.

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As for her own Easter look, Ali says she picked her outfit for comfort's sake, explaining: "I need to be able to chase them around, so a comfortable wedge shoe was a must. And being able to wear pants and a blouse makes it easy for me to bend over and pick them up and do all the crazy running around we moms do."

Ali will be running around a lot on Easter, and we're betting her little ones will be doing a lot of running too, (those adorable outfits might end up with a chocolate stain or two) so we love that she got cute, comfy, coordinating looks without breaking the bank.

It's a good thing we're not going to the same Easter gatherings as Ali's family because we are definitely copying these looks!

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