GAP baby sale now on!

by Maria Martin |
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GAP has a sale across their baby range, some items with over 50% off! So with Christmas coming up and the fact we know GAP does some uber soft, adorable print baby clothes, we've picked 10 of our faves here.

Just the sweetest addition to your baby's wardrobe, especially over autumn/winter months, here is Gap's Baby Brannan Pants, which come in a variety of colours from French Vanilla to Milkshake Pink.

These joggers come in a Pink Heather and start from 0-24 months old. They're a sweet edition to your little one's wardrobe oor to gift to another parent for their child.

Just in time for the Christmas, or for any party in fact, this Tulle skirt trim/leggings combo is comfortable and adds a playful style to your little one's outfit. It also comes in three colours to choose from.

Here's a cute denim skirtall which is adorbs! A nice one to dress with or without leggings/tights depending on the weather.

A sweet top, with colourful hems, this one is a bargain too!

Soft, cozy and in a kimono style, this top for your little one comes in ivory frost.

The frill on these sleeves, Twig colour and floral design is winning us over with this uber cute bodysuit.

This is a multipack and great value for money, plus the softness of GAP bodysuits on your baby's skin is just pure quality.

Available in three colour options, this is a perfect editon during winter and keeping little one warm.

If you're looking for sweet patterns here's exactly that! We are all for adorable prints on baby one-pieces.

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