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Mini Boden on sale now 😍: Stock up on sleepsuits, t-shirts, dresses + more

Their clearance is full of items that are up to 70% off!

Mini Boden on sale now 😍: Stock up on sleepsuits, t-shirts, dresses + more
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Attention, mamas: Stop what you're doing and head over to Boden, one of our absolute faves, to grab some adorable clothing for your little ones. Their clearance is full of items that are up to 70% off! As the site notes, everyone remain calm...but not too calm, as things are selling out quickly ?


Here are some of our favorite items for girls:

Winter Animals Applique dress

Made of supersoft jersey, this dress is the sweetest for your baby or toddler. We love the subtle sparkle and it has poppers down the back so diaper changes aren't a hassle.

$25.20 (was $42.00), Mini Boden

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Ducks Cosy All-In-One

For those chilly winter days, this all-in-one will keep baby snug and warm. The two zippers in the front provide mama with stress-free changing.

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$33.00 (was $66.00), Mini Boden

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Pretty Collar Velour Sleepsuit

Who can resist a Peter Pan collar? Not me. With scratch mitts, leg popper, and velour material, this sleepsuit is a great transition piece to have on hand.

$31.50 (was $42.00), Mini Boden

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Cosy Cable Sweater

Whether you want to match with your daughter or need to dress her up for a family event, you can't go wrong with a cable sweater. This wool blend will keep her warm and the beige color will pair great with almost anything.

$36.00 (was $45.00), Mini Boden

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And some precious choices for boys:

Big Applique T-Shirt

This sueded finished shirt is cozy enough for lounging around at home and cute enough to wear to visit family and friends. Bonus points for the sweetest animal appliques.

$7.50 (was $25.00), Mini Boden

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Striped Jersey Shirt

Chances are your toddler hates stiff shirts, but this striped button-down is a great jersey blend that still gives a comfortable feel. Stock up to have a few on hand for those fancy family dinners or get togethers.

$19.20 (was $32.00), Mini Boden

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Cosy Borg Jacket

We still have a few more months of winter so you can't go wrong with a warm coat. This one has elbow patches and a lined hood, great for tons of play outside. Plus, it's machine washable! ?

$42.00 (was $60.00), Mini Boden

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Sueded Twin Pack T-Shirts

This twin pack is perfect to have on hand during those messy days. They have various designs and prints and can be worn alone or layered with a jumper.

$23.80 (was $34.00), Mini Boden

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