Top toddler style for splashing in muddy puddles this Autumn

If you’re anything like us, you’ll soon be buying up a whole new Autumn wardrobe for your toddler, while you wear the same yoghurt / sick / poo-stained top and leggings you’ve been wearing all year.

It’s all about trying to make your toddler look cooler than you were as a kid – that’s the rule of children’s fashion, right?

And with literally THOUSANDS of cute outfits flooding Pinterest and Instagram, you’ll be spoilt for choice. We’ve picked our favourite Autumn essentials to save you the hard work. Your little one will be wrapped up as snug as a bug in a rug in no time.

#1 The Welly

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Clearly, these are an absolute essential for jumping up and down in muddy puddles (thanks for that, Peppa) and there are so many to choose from. Hunter do some incredibly classy kids’ options, but there are some brilliant high-street options too. We love this striped pair from Next – and who can resist these yellow digger wellies?!

#2 The Puddlesuit


These Regatta puddlesuits are perfect for Autumn walks and splashing through soggy leaves. Even better that they’re an absolute bargain from just £10. Guaranteed to keep your little one dry in all manner of downpours and breathable, so they won’t get too hot.

#3 The Gilet


Ah, these gilets from Boden are simply too cute. If you fancy giving your toddler a nautical edge to their Autumn wardrobe, this is just the ticket. Perfect for layering up over long-sleeved teeshirts or hoodies on a chilly day.

 #4 The Jogger Jean


These H&M jeans look super-cool, but they’re just as soft and comfortable as joggers. They’re lightweight, so perfect for tucking into wellies and running around like mad at the park.

#4 The Deerstalker


 Ok, we may be straying into Winter fashion territory here – but we couldn’t resist adding these beautiful little deerstalker hats from BaaBaby into the mix. Gorgeously soft and crafted from completely natural sheepskin, these hats will keep your little one’s ears nice and snug. They also tie under the chin, which is handy when you’ve got a wriggly toddler on your hands.