Look for Less: Tabitha and Loretta Broderick’s Matching Florals

10/05/2010 at 10:00 AM ET

Having fashion icon Sarah Jessica Parker for a mom has its perks. Just ask 15-month-old fraternal twins Tabitha Hodge and Marion Loretta.

For a trip to the doctor last week, the actress decked both girls out in similar Bonpoint floral blouses — Red for Tabitha and Verdigris for Loretta ($125 each) — paired with cute leggings and lace-up boots.

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Love Tabitha and Marion’s coordinating looks? You’re in luck. We’ve rounded up a similar outfit — with items all under $35!

Courtesy of babyGap


From the pretty ruffled cuffs to the pleated neckline, you’ll have no problem getting your little girl to wear babyGap‘s Floral Smock Top ($17).

Another option is the Embroidered Smock Top ($15), which features a sweet, vintage-y flower bud pattern.

Courtesy of American Apparel


We’re big fans of leggings for smaller tots — they’re cute and comfy. Try our fave style from American Apparel: the Spandex Jersey Leggings ($12).

The easy-to-wear bottoms come in deep pink (left), asphalt, teal and black.

Courtesy of Sears


Perfect for new walkers, Josmo Infant Boots ($35) are well-made, sturdy and offer mini ankles plenty of support.

We suggest getting them in two go-with-everything colors — Burgundy (left) and Navy.

— Anya Leon

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TM on

Wow, those babies look just like Matthew!

Shannon on

Very adorable. I like their shoes too.

I’m kind of surprised they’re wearing $125 blouses ONLY because I remember SJP saying she preferred hand me downs for a children. This was years ago. Oh well I guess she couldn’t resist!🙂

meghan on

Also Shannon, the company may have sent them to her. One of the ironies of fame; you have the means to buy anything you want and companies send you freebies!

Heather on

-Too cute! Shannon, I thought the same thing when I read the article. They are such darling little girls. Tabitha is all daddy and Loretta has her mommy’s eyes. I like how their outfits are similiar but not too matchy-matchy.

mamabear on

Sarah Jessica mentioned that she had a family member with a boy who passed down clothes to her son James – hence the hand-me-downs!
More likely, there are no family members with baby girls so all new clothing is needed for the babies🙂

Both girls look adorable in their Bonpoint – absolutely LOVE that brand!

em on

Free or not, I think it’s disgusting that someone would dress their child in clothes that sell for such an insane amount of money. I don’t care how much money you have to throw around, there are people in this country who can’t even afford basic health care.

BTW, the girls are pretty.

Romy on

Em–while I wouldn’t spend that on baby clothes I see nothing wrong with Sarah doing it. She’s not responsible for what other people can or can’t afford, and if she wants to buy it then who cares. Sure she can donate time and money and give to charities, but still, she doesn’t have to not spend her money just because others don’t have any. She earned her money, and it’s hers to spend. It IS funny though how James still looks like his pants never fit and nothing ever looks new and fashionable and then the girls are dressed like this. Maybe that’s what James likes though! Cute babies!

Karen on

Gorgeous little girls!!!

NoAdditives on

People spending ungodly amounts of money on clothes, for their children or for themselves, may be silly, but what I find shocking is that clothes actually sell for these prices!

McK on

em, nobody cares how broke you are

lennie on

Em: You’d probably be beside yourself with disgust if you knew how much Italians spend on brand clothing for their babies and kids! And those people are in average not at all rich. To each their own I say🙂

Tee on

Em, I feel the same way. I know that she can afford that kind of money to be put on clothes for her precious daughters but I can’t wrap my mind around the idea of spending 125 dollars on a shirt for a toddler. Heck, I can’t imagine spending that amount of money on a shirt for me! However, it’s her money and if that is how she chooses to spend it, all power to her. I don’t have to undersand something in order to respect it.

McK, I’m sorry but your rudeness towards Em was absolutely uncalled for. She stated her opinion in a very polite way that couldn’t have offended anybody and yet you feel the need to speak so cruely towards her. For pity’s sake, grow up! Anybody that reads my comments on this blog know that I don’t usually say things with such harshness but that comment was utterly ridiculous. You owe her an apology, plain and simple.

lisa on

Even if I had that kind of money I couldn’t live with myself spending that kind of money on clothes for my kids or myself. Call it conscientious or what but I wouldn’t feel good thinking what that kind of money could buy for other kids who have nothing.there was a time in history where people helped one another&a neighbor didn’t go hungry. Guess times have passed where someone can spend$100 on a baby shirt&walk past a hungry veteran on the st….

Alyssa on

$125 for a baby’s shirt? Wow what a great deal!

mamabear on

I understand people not wanting to spend that kind of money on children’s clothes, to each their own I say, but I fail to see how Sarah Jessica Parker or myself, for that matter, NOT buying Bonpoint clothing is going to help the next person pay for their healthcare or rent/mortgage?

I am NOT an uncaring person and I DO donate to charity, but I do not understand people who are so judgmental about how other people spend their own money…

Liz on

How do you know that she didn’t get these outfits as a gift? It’s a bit presumptuous to think she absolutely bought them herself. But yes I agree $125 is madness to spend on a toddler item of clothing 🙂

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