1 Baby, 4 Looks: One Cool Tot Shows Off Her Super-Cute Outfits

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    UPDATE: Lookin' fly kids. But still probably not this fly. Indeed, this little toddler's got a whole lot of look. Read on for some serious awws. This article was originally published on March 27, 2012.

    It's no secret that style can start small. But we're not just talking Tavi here—nope, we're going all the way down to pint-size cool. And who could blame us for oohing and ahhing every time a super-cute tot comes strolling (quite literally) down the street? Recently, we found one especially adorable baby whose maternity-designer mother just happens to dress her tyke in a style all her own. Meet 16-month-old Charlie Grey, and her effortlessly chic mom Ariane Goldman, the brains behind the chic mommy-to-be line Hatch, not to mention all of Charlie Grey's irresistible looks. This cute-overloaded slideshow is proof that you can be sartorial even while watching Sesame Street. True, we're not suggesting you steal style from a girl who's yet to take on her terrible twos (though if you did, we wouldn't judge), but we just can't get over how sweet this mother-daughter pair really is. We're hedging our bets that these pics would even make the Grinch smile, too.

    Click through for mini trench coats, baby jeggings, and the most precious photos we've ever run.

    Photographed by Maia Harms

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