My mother-in-law gave Teddy the sweetest personalized sweater last year and it was one of my favorite pieces for him last summer! (She ordered locally from this company in Dallas — not sure if they’re still available but you can find similar styles here and here!) I’ve recently been on the hunt for monogrammed children’s clothing for this summer and wanted to share a few of my favorite finds. I can’t wait to dress Teddy and Peter in these all summer! A lot of these are surprisingly affordable — I have a hard time spending a fortune on a monogrammed item that can’t be passed down to future siblings so the vast majority of these are well under $50! Do you have any favorite brands for monogrammed children’s clothing? Please share your go-tos in the comments!

baby embroidered rollneck sweater

{personalized sweater, similar here and here}

{monogrammed seersucker bubble}

monogrammed baby sweater

{rollneck name sweater}

monogrammed onesies

{monogrammed onesie — under $10!}

{gingham swim trunks}

seersucker sun hat for baby

{seersucker sun hat}

personalized kids sweater

{personalized sweater}

monogrammed baby pajamas

{monogrammed baby pajamas — only $20! I ordered these for both boys 💙}

{monogrammed bubble}

{embroidered baby name onesie — under $20!}

{seersucker swim trunks}

{knit bubble}

{monogrammed t-shirt}

{sailboat monogram sunsuit}

{embroidered t-shirt}

{seersucker sunsuit}

{embroidered name sweater}

{striped knit bubble}

{monogrammed sweatshirt}

{monogrammed shorts}

monogrammed bibs

{monogrammed bibsalso LOVE these}

{monogrammed long-sleeve polo shirt}

{baby blue sunsuit}

P.S. If you have a baby girl, this, this, and this are also darling!

P.P.S. A new-to-me children’s brand, Teddy’s spring wardrobe, and my ultimate baby essentials list.

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  1. I have that blue windowpane bubble from Cecil and Lou and it is SO cute in person — such good quality for the price. Another great tip that I have done is to buy affordable polos, sweatshirts, etc from brands like Cat and Jack at Target or Gap and take them to a local embroiderer for monogramming. Usually nets out $15-$20 total and adds a special touch to basics.