Look for Less: Vida McConaughey’s Boho Chic

09/04/2012 at 10:00 AM ET

What a little love bird!

Last February, Vida McConaughey looked oh-so tweet as she made her way into Sunday services with dad Matthew McConaughey and mom Camila in Austin, Texas.

The 2-year-old wore Siaomimi‘s purple Birdie Sweater ($78) with a black print skirt, polka dot tights and Tiny TOMS Burnt Chambray Classics ($29).

Love Vida’s kiddie eclectic mix? You’re in luck. We’ve rounded up similar items — all under $35!

Courtesy Gymboree


From the adorable baby bird appliqués to the colorful stripes, Gymboree‘s Bird Pocket Cardigan ($35) will have your little one singing the sweetest tune!

Courtesy Old Navy


Your tiny tot will be the cat’s meow in Old Navy‘s purr-fect kitty print Tiered Chiffon Skirt ($14).

Courtesy Old Navy


Cooler days are on the way! Keep her little legs covered with Old Navy‘s quirky and colorful Polka Dot Tights ($6).

Courtesy The Children’s Place


With its metallic detailing and shimmery faux leather lining, The Children’s Place‘s Dot Ballet Flats ($20) add the perfect touch of sparkle to her step.

— Anya Leon

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Leslie on

I don’t usually comment on the clothing posts, but had to here. $78 dollars for a sweater that looks like grandma made it? Wow…

Guess I was fashionable for “free” back when I was a kid.

JustMe on

Vida is SO cute!

MiB on

Leslie, you weren’t fashionable for “free” when you were a kid. The yarn must be bought, and while your mother or grandmother or other close relative may have worked for “free”, no one else will. Just reading the description, I would say that the material was at least $30 for her size, add to that the production cost (can’t see if it’s had or machine knitted, but just the hand blocking does take a fair bit of work), distribution, marketing and sale, I would say that $78 is reasonable, though way out of my price range.

As an avid knitter it really bugs me when people think of hand knitted as “for free”, sure, you can get away with quite low costs buy re-using yarn or buying on sales or buying cheap qualities, but the work is still the same, a pair of baby booties take me about 4-5 hours, a patterened sweater for a 2 year old takes considerably longer.