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It’s crazy to think, but fall is only a few weeks away! If you’ve got any baby showers on the calendar, today’s post is all about what to wear to a fall baby shower! They key to dressing for any baby shower is looking enthusiastic without stealing the show. It’s the beautiful mama’s day, so don’t overdo it with a super fancy or revealing getup. It’s also customary to wear either pink or blue, depending on the known gender, or in the case of a gender reveal, which “team” you’re rooting for. If you’re neutral– or if you’re attending a gender-neutral baby shower, yellow is always a safe choice. I will forever be on Team Pink, so this pink Lark & Ro wrap dress is perfect.
It’s also worth noting that you shouldn’t buy a dress just to attend a baby shower– unless it’s your own, then do so by all means. If you’re going with pink, choose something that’s versatile enough to also be office or church appropriate. I purchased this Lark & Ro wrap dress in particular since it’s great for work (Elle Woods, anyone?) and a fun/warm way to dress up for Breast Cancer Awareness in October. You’ll also find some fun blue options for what to wear at a fall baby shower at the bottom of this post, along with full outfit details.
Shop the Post: Pink Wrap Dress (available in 6 colors) | Straw Tassel Clutch (finally back in stock after months of being unavailable!) | Nude M. Gemi Pumps | Pearl Stud Earrings
What if it’s too hot to wear long sleeves?
I’m from Florida, so I know that fall doesn’t necessarily mean sweater weather. Here are some cooler options for what to wear to a fall baby shower!
What if it’s a boy?
If the baby of honor is a boy– or if you’re attending a gender reveal on Team Blue, here are a few more outfit ideas (one for each season)!
1-Fall | 2- Winter | 3- Spring | 4- Summer
If you have any more questions about what to wear to a fall baby shower or what to wear to a gender reveal, I’d love to help! Feel free to leave a comment or shoot me an email!