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Country Road Baby Clothing

Simple yet stylish, the Country Road philosophy is that of the Australian lifestyle. It emphasises the use of top-quality material with practical designs that you can throw on any day of the week. Babies aren't left out when it comes to the Country Road style, and its range of baby clothing will not leave parents wanting when choosing threads for new additions to the family.

Baby Girls' Clothes

Little misses are pleasures to dress up, which is why the selection Country Road baby girls' clothing do not skip on cute but practical designs. Get her trotting around with a pair of Bow T-bar sandals featuring a comfortable leather insole and a cute, oversized, leather bow on the straps. The sandals look their best with a gingham romper with a plaid black and white design and soft collar and bow accents. Let her run amok at the beach wearing the bird bucket hat with its sky blue motif and adorable perched bird prints. When it gets cold, dress her in the Star Poncho, a mint-coloured coat made with soft fabric that keeps her toasty while at play.

Baby Boys' Clothes

Boys can be just as fun to dress up too. Keep him looking dashing with dapper Country Road baby boys' clothes like the grey quilted zip hoodie that has snug garters at the wrist and hem. It's thick enough to keep the warmth in but not to the point where he's sweating after a few minutes. Rompers are great stay-at-home clothes that keep him covered all over. Choose the rainy day design that features a cute dark raincloud showering large water drops or the stripe jumpsuit cute enough for days out at the stores.

Baby Swimsuits

Let them splash around in Country Road fashion by decking your babies out in the brand’s swimwear line. The striped blue, red and white swimsuit gives you baby boy that retro beach boy look. Your baby girl is well-protected under a bird rashie and bird swim bottom combo. It’s a two-piece suit that goes with the bird bucket hat and keeps her sheltered under the sun while she looks around for shells.

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