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Top Tips for Buying Clothing for Infants

Top Tips for Buying Clothing for Infants

Top Tips for Buying Clothing for Infants

1. Organic cotton is the way to go

Baby’s skin is extremely delicate, so experts recommend that you opt for 100 percent organic cotton when it comes to purchasing for babies 12 months or younger. Organic cotton is farmed with no pesticides so there are no harmful chemicals in the fabric with could cause allergies. Also, they are extremely comfortable and breathable so babies do not sweat in the night.

2. Go for more garments that are easy to slip on

When it comes to sleepwear, go for the easier slip on. In the night, and you’ll be thanking your lucky stars that it is easy to snap on the buttons. Our brand uses the softest high-quality snaps so it’s easy to clip on. Hard snaps hurt your baby and not to mention your fingers!

3. When in doubt, opt for the larger size

Babies can seem to grow overnight, and the last thing you want is a drawer full of constricting garments. Also, every baby body is different. Every brand’s sizing is different so if you are in doubt, buy a size bigger. Babies grow so fast so it’s not a waste! Most 6-month-old babies can wear clothes size 9-12 months, 1-year-olds wear size 2 and so on.

4. When sales shopping, get clothes for the coming months.

If your child is 9 months old in January, buy clothes for 18-24 months in anticipation of the following winter.

5. Make innovative choices while choosing your children’s clothing

Girls don’t need to be dressed in pink and boys don’t need to wear sports cars and blue. Our custom designed organic collection is a unisex brand lets you choose a piece that looks unique and our subtle color palette is great for boys and girls!

6. There’s no need for frills and embellishments

When choosing sleepwear, there is no need for ruffles, sparkle and hot fixed studs on the garments. Sure, it looks cute but it actually adds more heat to the baby and any small objects like beading, hotfix stones can be a choking hazard.