Finding togs for your tot can be a tricky experience but, thanks to our exceptional range of baby clothes, you’ll find that filling your little one’s wardrobe has never been easier. From newborn clothing and dinky baby shoes, right up to bibs, socks and clothing for the older baby, we’ve got the threads to keep your baby looking sharp throughout every stage of its development. And, thanks to the fact that our baby clothing range has been sourced from leading manufacturers, you can rest assured that you’ll be dressing your baby in high-quality clothing... and at great value for money too!
How to shop for the first month’s worth of baby clothes
Shopping for baby clothes is something that never feels like a chore – after all, who doesn’t like going to pieces over an adorable little jacket or tiny pair of booties? Exactly. But with so many very different baby clothes available on the market today – think shoes, sleep suits, baby grows, dresses, shirts and more – that very first baby clothes shopping experience can feel more than a little overwhelming! Luckily, in the first month, you can take it easy and stick to the baby clothes staples – allowing you to save your pennies for when the apple of your eye is ready to debut his or her big baby fashion moment.
Baby clothes: undershirts
Ideally, you’ll need 3-4 short or long sleeved undershirts (depending on the weather) in your collection of baby clothes for the first month. These baby clothes staples make changing a doddle, not to mention – thanks to the handy side tie openings – make things a little easier until you little one’s umbilical cord falls off.
Baby clothes: onesies
Every new parents needs 3 – 4 onesies in their baby clothes collection for the first few weeks of their baby’s life, as they’ll pretty much be living in them. These are, without a shadow of a doubt, the must-have baby clothes of any wardrobe. Think one-piece cotton outfits with poppers around the legs, to ensure changing is easier than ever!
Baby clothes: socks and booties
To ensure your baby’s tootsies stay warm, you’ll need to invest in 3 – 4 pairs of socks or booties. Dubbed the cutest of the baby clothes, these dinky little lovelies will need elastic cuffs to keep them firmly on feet but it’ll be worth the fuss – you don’t want your little one to catch a chill, after all.
Baby clothes: sleepers
With so many professionals recommending that new parents steer clear of blankets and quilts for babies – they can be potentially cause asphyxiation – you’re better off shopping for the ultimate nighttime baby clothes; think sleepers with built-in feet, perfect for keeping baby cosy all night long.
Baby clothes: a reminder
Try to remember that the first few weeks are not about your baby becoming a fashion star – it’s about comfort and practicality. Wash all baby clothes before popping them onto your little one, even if they’re brand new, and opt for easy-to-wash colours; we know it’s boring, but white baby clothes are the most practical in these first few weeks.