Hilarious Portraits of Tiny Babies Dressed Up In Adult Clothes


Babies are already pretty adorable, but babies dressed up like adults are just hilarious! Instagrammer Ilana Wiles (@mommyshorts) is behind this new trending hashtag, #babysuiting, that has mommies dressing their little ones up in goofy ensembles that are much too big for the childrens’ tiny, bald heads.

Since her own daughters are a bit too old and mobile for the project, Wiles began the series with her 3-month-old nephew. She then continued to friends’ houses and dressed up any baby she could find as a teensy little executive. Since then, the hashtag has continued to develop with other Instagrammers joining in on the fun. Wiles posted instructions on her website on how to conduct the photo shoot. Basically, lay out the outfit, tuck a sweet little one inside of the grown-up outfit, and photograph from the torso up.

In the entertaining collection, some of the little ones smile back at the camera, others look quite confused, and still others appear to feel as “happy” about putting on a suit as some adults feel every Monday morning. But, all in all, the immobile tots seem to be enjoying themselves as they sport business suits, collared shirts, and patterned ties, and trend all over the internet.















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