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Sweater Dress Simple or Swank

Simple or Swank: Sweater Dresses

A little girl dressed in a sweater tunic with tights and boots gets me every time. Add a precious topper and a darling coat and she'll be ready to brave chilly weather.

Simple: If the $20 marshmallow hued cotton sweater dress from Old Navy came in my prenatal size, I'd have one in every color!
Swank: Nearly indistinguishable from the Old Navy version, the Juicy Couture sweater dress is still precious but the wool and cashmere blend jack the price up to $158.

Which one do you like better?

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NurseKimberly NurseKimberly 8 years
My pick is the simple sweater.
Greggie Greggie 8 years
FYI, H&M has a really cute version of this for only $14.97. I doesn't have the tan buttons, it's all cream. But it's just as adorable. I bought it with grey and cream fuzzy boots and spent the same as I would've spent on the ON dress alone.
nicole815 nicole815 8 years
The Juicy dress looks like a tent and the Old Navy dress looks like it has a better fit...I'd go with the Old Navy one. On top of that I think that is an insane amount to spend on baby clothes.
Rinne Rinne 8 years
The simple one's a lot cuter than the swank one! I'd love to dress Evangeline & Genevieve in those little sweater dresses. Evie wore an argyle one for the first day of school, and she loved it. They're really cute with leggings or tights and their little baby boots or Uggs (yes, yes, I'm the crazy mother who buys her six year olds Uggs and dresses them all in Burberry for Christmas portraits).
Jennifer777 Jennifer777 8 years
The Old Navy one is so much cuter than the Juiucy one. Might have to go take a look...
Hmorris Hmorris 8 years
The Old Navy one is much cuter anyway! I just can't justify paying even over $20 for an outfit that won't fit after a month or two.
momma-tikita momma-tikita 8 years
the old navy one is oo much better! i love it for me...
blinkypink blinkypink 8 years
I like the Old Navy one becasue it looks longer, but the Juicy one is warmer.
anniekim anniekim 8 years
As usual, my taste veers to Simple.
lms lms 8 years
I like the Old Navy one better b/c of the shape as well. However, if I was buying it for cold weather I would get the Juicy one.
Greggie Greggie 8 years
The Swank one pretty much has to be worn with leggings, from the look of it. Not that it surprises me with Juicy that even an infant's dress would be that short. I'm obsessing over going to get the Old Navy one with the boots this weekend.
mother2 mother2 8 years
old navy. I just bought it for my daughter the other day. It's so adorable, and much more reasonable. The Juicy one looks too short and wide.
Frank-y-Ava Frank-y-Ava 8 years
I'm not gonna lie I like the swank one better but way to expensive in my opinon.
meandtheo meandtheo 8 years
my daughter has the old navy one...i am just waiting for fall to arrive in SF so she can wear it, i love it! (not that i am complaining, i love my indian summer)
Greggie Greggie 8 years
Old Navy has a pair of fuzzy boots that would look so damn cute with that dress. I'm getting this outfit.
Greggie Greggie 8 years
The Old Navy one is way cuter than the Swank one. It has a much better shape.
luv2blazy luv2blazy 8 years
I'm on my way to Old Navy. That is adorable. My daughter would love it. Wait, does it come in 5T?
lickety-split lickety-split 8 years
who would the one on the right fit? yikes!
BuchaBaby BuchaBaby 8 years
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