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    Just In Time For Early Spring, Stripes Of All Kinds Take Over Kids Fashion

    By Whitney Casser

    The Children’s Place, Striped Dress

    $34.95, childrensplace.com

    This classic blue-and-white design is youthful yet sophisticated for growing girls. Stripes of varying widths and a belted flower add a fresh element to a timeless shift dress.

    Pearls & Popcorn, 100% Cotton Mayday Multicolour Striped Sweater with Boat Collar

    $55, pearlsandpopcorn.com

    A casual cotton pullover ideal for in-between season styling. Its neutral oatmeal base is embellished with stripes, but not overdone.

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    Polarn O. Pyret, Bright Stripe Bodysuit

    $28.50, polarnopyret.com

    For wee ones four months through two years, this 100% cotton long sleeve bodysuit snaps at the shoulder and diaper line for ease of access. With a solid gray trim, stripes of all colors—blue, purple, red, orange and yellow—offer a radiant rainbow of hues.

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    Lester’s, Violet Moss – Gray On Gray Hooded Sherpa Sweater

    $62, Lester’s clothing stores and coming soon to lesters.com

    Subtle stripes don’t overwhelm this organic cotton hoodie from Violet Moss. And with a front pocket perfect for holding the latest toy treasure, your child won’t want to take it off.

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    Lester’s, Andy & Evan – Banker Onesie

    $46, Lester’s clothing stores and coming soon to lesters.com

    For infants with serious “business” going on, the Andy & Evan Banker Onesie hits all the right notes. Its crisp, clean look is kicked up a notch with a stand-out collar and cuffs.

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    For more great stripes finds and other shopping ideas, check out our Treats blog at newyorkfamily.com.

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