What a Treat! Babies Wearing Objects for Outfits

Give a mom some food for thought, and watch what happens.
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ByAnisa Arsenault
Associate Editor
Updated
Sep 2017
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Cute baby pictures and artfully-arranged food photos are the stuff of Instagram. Finally, one trend has embraced both, and the result is pure eye candy. Thanks to #ObjectsForOutfits, parents are subbing in peaches for diapers and tacos for swaddles. Sort of. Take a look:

It all started with Dominique, the blogger and Instagrammer behind All That She Is, and her daughter’s watermelon dress.

She dropped some literal shrooms after that.

The Instagram world took notice and made it their own, mostly with a daily dose of fruit.

Who knew food could be formalwear?

Or that your morning cup of coffee would be the exact mug shot that garners over 2,000 likes?

You know what coffee pairs well with?

Want to give this trend a try? Here’s some food for thought: Fall’s the perfect time to add some foliage to your baby’s wardrobe.

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