Sure, our seasons don’t change much here in the Bay Area, but while trees sprouting new leaves may not call for a wardrobe overhaul, your little one sprouting up another few inches over the fall and winter months is the best excuse to get them into some fresh new looks for Spring. We have a preview of Old Navy’s new Spring line, which includes everything from sweet, cinch-waisted rompers to classic khaki shorts perfect for every occasion.

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Baby Boho Chic 
Mix slouchy, cinch-waisted pants in pretty pastels and batik-inspired patterns with a classic blue and white-stripped top in an of-the-moment cut and featuring a cute tie, and a pair of simple, shiny sandals for an outfit that is ideal for running, jumping and climbing, not to mention striking a pose at any Spring birthday fete.

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Bright Ideas
Let their little personalities shine by adding a bold colored tee to the classic jeans and sneakers look. Skater shoes have been shrunk down and blocked out in two contrasting colors, for kicks that are classic but fun. This killer combo goes from school to the swing set with ease.

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Prep School
Some looks never go out of style. Pair classic khaki shorts with a heather gray tee-shirt and top it off with a navy varsity jacket for a look that works everywhere—the classroom, the playground, even a night out for pizza with grandma and grandpa (who are always asking you to tuck in your shirt).

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Spring Flings
The Bay Area’s sunny-one-minute, foggy-the-next weather calls for an outfit with a similar split personality. This chambray romper features short shorts and a long-sleeved button up, plus a playful drawstring waist. Paired with some scrunched-side slip-ons in pale pink, this Spring look is ready for the beach, the park or a shopping date with mom.

Which spring look would you choose for your kids’ wardrobe?

— Erin Feher