There’s only one prerequisite for getting D.C. kids dressed and out the door—their clothes must be comfortable. What with all of the museums to explore, green spaces to roll through, and Spring stay-cations to take, your little one’s threads should be easy to wear (and jump up and down in). These Old Navy outfits are just that. Plus, they’re ridiculously kid-orable.



Tickled Pink
Sure, she looks like a proper little lady (check out that perfect leg cross pose), but the ensemble is still head-to-toe comfy—the shoes come with a secure T-strap, the sweater has one button for quick indoor/outdoor transitions, and the dress billows so she can run freely and explore every nook and cranny of her D.C. backyard.




Twice as Nice
Junior’s playtime look gets a laid back makeover with this sleeveless tee (which also comes in blue) and cargo sweats combo. Slip kiddo into a pair of grey high tops and he’s ready to speed race through any one of the District’s parks or playgrounds.



Romper Ready
Getting dressed in the morning couldn’t be simpler for your tween with a denim romper. This one piece has a relaxed fit and is completely adorable when teamed with pink ballet flats. April showers threatening to rain on her parade? Top the look off with a snazzy trench to be safe.



The Bomb(er) Dot Com
The school year may be winding down in the DMV, but that doesn’t mean your little man has to nix his favorite perfect-for-spring preppy look—a blue bomber jacket over a grey T-shirt and khaki pants. Wear the pieces all at once or mix-and-match them for a fresh look every day of the week.

Want to snag your own comfy spring look? Head over to and check out the selection. Let us know which styles you can’t get enough of in the Comments section below. 

—Ayren Jackson-Cannady