Keep them in stitches with a tank with a colorful arc made from vintage or repurposed fabrics.
Available at etsy.com, $48.
He knows his ABC’s. Next time, won’t you clothe him in this bold graphic tee that suits him to the letter?
Available at etsy.com, $24.
Remix his wardrobe with an all-cotton hit printed with nontoxic, ecofriendly inks. We’ll go on record saying we want one in a grown-up size.
Available at littletrendstar.com, $24.
Go under the sea with a Lucky Fish original. Neptune himself would love the octopus that glows purple when you’re in the sun.
Available at soluckyfish.com, $38.
This crazy cat lady is cool. Morley’s collage-look tee has a line-flamingo creature dressed up in sunglasses, a headpiece, a skirt, and a bird companion.
Available at thumbeline.com, $48.
That’s Captain Walrus to you, landlubbers. Creative and fun, the printed conversation starter puts a new spin on the nautical trend.
Available at tinywhales.com, $26.
Mushrooms sprout psychedelic on the charmer from ESP No. 1 Jeans. Just right for trippy trips to the park.
Available at nonchalantmom.com, $42.
The apple doesn’t fall far from the tree, as the graphic onesie shows. In soft blue organic cotton, it’s one of summer’s freshest picks.
Available at estella-nyc.com, $38.
Suit up your little Lancelot in a modern tee worthy of the king’s court. He’ll turn heads because the silver armor has subtle sparkle.
Available at winterwaterfactory.com, $39.
When your whippersnapper acts up, point to this message in a cool ’70s font and all will be understood.
Available at prefresh.com, $28.
Give your child a real sense of place with Maptote’s city tees, which cheekily depict the iconography and typography of a few great cities: Brooklyn, New York, Los Angeles, and San Francisco.
Available at maptote.com, $26.
A distressed-look tee in your princess’s power color depicts what she wishes were the two main food groups: French fries and ice cream.
Available at atsuyoetakiko.com, $40.
Handy Mandy types tool around in Brooklyn Junior’s minimal tee with a favorite tool from Daddy’s workbench.
Available at brooklynjunior.com, $24.
Wing it on a warm summer day with a flamingo fancied up with 3-D tulle feathers and glittery legs. Pair with a twirly skirt to be extra girly.
Available at jcrew.com, $32.50.
The birds and bees can wait. The answer to “How did I get here?” is printed on an organic cotton onesie that’s screen-printed in Boston.
Available at etsy.com, $18.
The cow didn’t quite jump over the moon in this funny little send-up. It’s called Fail, but we think the design is a big win.
Available at threadless.com, $18.
Nothing cuter than a kid with a pocket protector. Smarty-pants can wear this arty tee and pretend to be equipped for a scholarly day.
Available at begeekie.com, $22.
A batik-patterned egret struts on Tea Collection’s ruffled shirt. It’s equally fitting for a patio party or spontaneous run through the sprinkler.
Available at teacollection.com, $30.
Crockett Johnson’s 1955 children’s book cover springs to new life. For each shirt sold, the company sends one to a community in need.
Available at outofprintclothing.com, $22.
Malaysian artist Flying Mouse designed the all-cotton alphabet tee, which has cat and dog silhouettes where the “C” and “D” should be. A portion of sales goes back to the artist.
Available at exhibitkids.com, $28.
Attention, young mateys: A tee with peg-legged, eye-patched pirates makes for an adventure-filled day. Cuffed sleeves add just the right amount of gruff.
Available at minirodini.com, $40.
Paul, John, Ringo, and George band together on a vintage-inspired rock tee. Exposed stitching and a colored collar make it extra groovy.
Available at rowdysprout.com, $38.
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