Dreaming of warmer (and less snowy!) days ahead? Get your kids ready for that first warm, sunny day with some adorable duds from Old Navy’s spring collection. You’ll love their graphic tees and high-top sneakers for boys and pretty dresses and tops for girls. We picked a few outfits that are perfect for NYC kids to wear for this season’s first picnic in Central Park or playground play date.

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ABOVE: Whether he’s kickin’ around a ball in Brooklyn Bridge Park or riding in the stroller through the West Village, your little guy will look city-cool in this black and grey outfit. Pair dark blue pants – that can be rolled up with buttons when the afternoon sun heats up the day – with a bold graphic tee. You know he’ll love choo-choo’ing all over town.

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ABOVE: Denim and stripes collide in this trendy little number for your mini fashionista. You’ll love that even though it looks like two pieces, it’s an all-in-one dress that makes getting ready and getting out the door before preschool a breeze. She’ll be ready to walk the runway at Fashion Week, or at least ride the carousel in Bryant Park, wearing red flats with adorable heart cut-outs.

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ABOVE: You know she’s going to want to break out the shorts the second the mercury makes it above 60 degrees, so have a new pair waiting for her. These navy shorts will go with just about anything including this bright, bold kitty tee. A sweet look for your little animal lover, perfect for watching dogs run around Central Park or enjoying some feline cuddle time at the Lower East Side’s Meow Parlour.

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ABOVE: Easy does it for your NYC guy. Dress him head-to-toe in basics that can be mixed and matched again and again. A colored tee, hooded jacket, black sneaks and jeans are the kind of style that works for boys when they’re walking on The High Line with friends, rockin’ out at after-school music lessons or taking the subway.

Which look is your favorite?

— Julie Seguss