The "It" Color For Babes

The pinky-purple hue of Radiant Orchid, Pantone's 2014 Color of the Year, was simply made for baby clothes. See our picks for dressing your babe in style.

Party dress

Perfect for a springtime Easter dress or Baby's first birthday, this bright purple party dress has frilly organza ruffles for a little fun, but it is made from a comfortable cotton blend for your little one's comfort. (RuffleButts, $20)

Radiant Orchid baby clothes:Party dress

Cute cardi

Pick up this cardigan now and layer it over your little one's long-sleeve shirts during cold weather. Once spring weather hits, it can easily be paired with cute floral sundresses. (Naartjie Kids, $11)

Radiant Orchid baby clothes:cardigan


Too cold for Baby to go bare-legged? Try this lace skirt with leggings combination. The outfit could be paired with taller booties when it's chilly out. (Naartjie Kids, $13)

Radiant Orchid baby clothes:skirt and leggings

Pattern play

If head-to-toe Radiant Orchid seems overwhelming on your tot, try an outfit that incorporates the hot hue in small doses through patterns. We love this fun floral number for spring. (Catimini, $70)

Radiant Orchid baby clothes: floral dress

Limited edition

Baby moccasins are one of the latest trends in infant wear. The soft soles are easy to put on and are a good option for tots just practicing their strut. (Freshly Picked, $60)

Radiant Orchid - Limited Edition Moccasins

Swimsuit for spring break

I mean, come on! How adorable is this baby swimsuit? The Radiant Orchid and minty green shades are right on trend for spring. (Platypus Australia, $39)

Radiant orchid baby clothes: floral swimsuit

Dapper dude

Radiant Orchid might be an obvious choice for baby girl clothes, but even your little man can get in on the trend. Dress your little hipster in this happening bow tie and he'll be the most popular tot on the playground. (Tadpole and Lily, $30)

Radiant Orchid baby clothes:bow tie

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