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 Prints are in. From florals, to tribal, to art deco and more, prints are as hot as ever. And I love it! The best thing is that prints aren't just reserved for adults. Designers are harping on the trend and making wonderful clothing for your little ones!  After the jump are a few of my favorites.

 

Paulina Quintana Smock Dress in Pear Pattern

Light, comfortable and cute, this dress is perfect for a mommy and me day out out on the town.

Desigual Kids Dulche de Leche Pants

If anyone could pull off harem pants, tots can! Your little fashionista can't help but stand out in these.

Winter Water Factor Summer Domino Dress

This is a gorgeous little number for all the summer events you and your little ones will attend. From a Father's Day dinner to even a neighborhood barbecue, this American-made, 100% cotton dress will suit the occasion.

GAP Geo Printed Romper

Gap makes the best rompers for kids! On top of comfort, they're stylish and durable. I love the black and white look of Gap's Cantina line.

And the boys weren't left out:

Desigual Kids Uba Shirt

The fun, pattern-block look of this button up is perfect for the summer.

Molo Kids Remy Shirt

Polaroid shots cover the front of this cool tee. Your little guy will love the real racing shots. It could only be more awesome if it were customizable!

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