9 baby bows and bow ties for Spring Carnival

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Pixies gold Tinkerbell bow

The racing season is almost upon us. And though your baby may be too tiny to squeeze into a full 3-piece suit, there’s no reason for them to miss out on the fun and flamboyant fashion of Spring Carnival.

With a stunning bow in their hair or a beaut bow tie around their neck, they’ll be taking the style lead at the races.

Here are 9 baby bows and bow ties for bub’s first Spring Carnival

Bling-ing bow

Gold Sophia baby bow, Bows by Kathy

There’s no such thing as too much bling. The gorgeous Sophia baby bow ($8.95) has a beautifully unique shape with a tiny touch of glitter for a big touch of glam.

Floral fancy

Valley of flowers baby headband, Liddle Berry

Spring has definitely sprung. This valley of flowers headband ($11) is the perfect accessory for your baby girls’ race day outfit.

Oh boy

Baby bow tie and suspender set, Oh Boy

Bring out your boys’ darling blue eyes with the Mr Tommy baby bow tie and suspender set ($39.95).

Derby day darling

White lace baby bow headband, Cute2Hoot

Dress your little one to impress on derby day with this delicate white lace headband ($10).

Highstreet highlight

Geometric baby bow tie, Zara

We’ve got bets on Zara’s geometric motif bow tie ($14.95) being a fashion favourite.

Tiny Tinkerbell

Pixies gold Tinkerbell bow

Wearing the shimmering Tinkerbell bow ($24) your little princess is sure to cast some race day magic.

Beaut baby bows

Pink leatherette baby bows, Beautiful Little Ones

When one bow simply isn’t enough. Made from premium pink leatherette, this hand-sewn set of beautiful baby bows ($9.95) is just lovely.

Hold up

Lacy Jane floral baby suspenders

Pair with a pretty floral blouse or a crisp white shirt. The floral bonnie suspenders ($29.95) from Lacey Lane are a spring wardrobe essential.

The look of luxe

Velvet baby bow and bow tie, Janie & Jack

Nothing says luxe quite like a touch of velvet. With a deep burgundy headband for the girls ($22) and a green velveteen bowtie for the boys ($29), we’ve got both kids covered.

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