Wednesday, January 11, 2012

Blue Ivy Carter Gift Guide from Psychobaby

image courtesy of  Hollywood Scoop

The most anticipated 9 months are officially over! Blue Ivy Carter is finally here We've thrown together our comprehensive gift guide for Blue Ivy Carter.  With two platinum selling parents, this is one babe that will surely be well-dressed day in and day out.  Here are our picks for her first outfits. 

Being born in the middle of the winter really isn't the most ideal situation for any baby.  One crucial winter necessity is a great pair of boots.  MeInMind's  stylish and comfortable Zebra Striped Aspen Boots are wonderful and look just like mommy's! 

  Having a name like Blue Ivy Carter you only have two choices really. You either rock the color blue HARD or not at all. We're hoping Blue Ivy rocks it, and we've got the perfect coat for her.  Appamann's Long Teal Coat is trendy and warm.  

Art Walk is a new cool baby clothes line we just picked up and we couldn't be more in love with it.  Their hand-knit fashions and attention to detail are something we'd recommend to any newborn, and Blue Ivy Carter is no exception. Art Walks Owl Sweater has tons of style and sass and even has a matching blanket.

Back in August when the magical couple announced their pregnancy picked our Personalized Headphone Hoodie as a perfect gift for the baby-to-be. We couldn't agree more.  With two of the worlds most famous musicians as parents there is absolutely no chance that baby won't have a great ear for music.  

Just calling it right now, Blue Ivy Carter is going to be a princess and she should have no shame. Our Princess pacifier doubles as a mute button and a fashionable accessory for the self-proclaimed princess. 

Our final choice is the Stella Blu Unicorn Onesie.  An all over print of unicorns, stars, rainbows, and hearts? Yeah, all things growing girls adore.  

Also be sure to check out Jay-Z's song dedicated to Blue Ivy called Glory for free right here:

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