Nameberry Style: Ahoy, Young Pirates!

Nameberry Style columnist Elisabeth Wilborn of The Itsy Factor and You Can’t Call It It turns her eye this week to gear suitable for the youngest pirates.

Ahoy Mateys!

As pirate season appears on the horizon, here are a few picks (pilfered of course) to blend into the crowd– lest ye walk the plank.

Love Mae wall decals and a Gray Label kite go a long way toward adorning your young one’s quarters (nice names too!). Add a pirate kitty pillow and the family of of Stuf pirates for a full crew.

Need to dress him to fit the part? Any red and white stripe shirt will do as they’re super hot this summer, but we particularly like the soft cotton Milibe tee. Pair with the Coral and Tusk pirate patch, Wovenplay shark shorts and Jack and Lily shoes and you’re good to go. Sub flouncy skirt for the little lady in your life. The Winter Water Factory onesie and the blockhead toy would make a fabulous baby gift for a wee lad or lass.

 

1.  Love Mae Reusable Wall Decals

2.  Pirate Patch by Coral & Tusk

3.  Milibe Striped Tee Shirt

4.  Captain Blockbeard by Oh Dier

5.   Stuf

6.   Gray Label Wall Kite

7.   Wovenplay Shark Shorts

8.   Peril

9.    Jack & Lily Pirate Shoes

10.  Winter Water Factory Onesie

Any buried treasure we missed? Please share your favorite pirate gear! Are you as excited as we are about this trend?

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babynamesrule Says:

May 28th, 2011 at 8:38 am

AWESOME!

Roseate Says:

May 28th, 2011 at 9:32 am

$104 for those shorts?! Whoa!

Elisabeth@YCCII Says:

May 28th, 2011 at 10:41 am

I knew people would balk at the price of those shorts, but aren’t they gorgeous? There’s just nothing else like them.

Roseate Says:

May 28th, 2011 at 12:05 pm

Oh they’re amazing! I went to buy them for my 2 year old thinking to myself “Money is no objec… YOWZA!”

alexandramae Says:

May 29th, 2011 at 11:33 am

Buy a nice pair at Target and sew on teeth for less than $5. Done. If it were a shirt, I would think it was cute but shorts? They just look creepy, imo.

Elisabeth@YCCII Says:

May 30th, 2011 at 8:54 am

alexandramae– I love the DIY idea!

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