I have bought clothes for my kids from most of the stores you mentioned. Sure, you could get away with not having bloomers—but why would you want to? There always seems to be a color-theme for the boys and girls each season, and I always love it. You will seriously love everything on those sites.
You know the kind with the puppy faces on the booty? Oshkosh is one you probably know for their overalls, but they are so much more than that! And their denim is awesome, too! Baby Gap might be my all-time favorite place for baby clothes, but they are on the pricier end of the scale. Also, they always have the cutest baby girl dresses!
Can I get one in my size, please? I love their pajamas and sweaters for my kids. And that peplum top on the right up there? Again, can I have one in my size, please!? They always have super cute baby clothes that are inexpensive, and I love that they have been doing lines based on books. There always seems to be a color-theme for the boys and girls each season, and I always love it.
They had black and white and red during Christmas, and it was so classic and cute for babies! Crazy 8 is a company I discovered while living in Iowa, and I am so glad I did because they have super cute baby clothes, and everything is very affordable.
I mean just look at those outfits! Little A has those leggings on the right, and they are my fave! Which is why my picture is all about shoes. I hope that at least one of them was new to you, and I hope that you are now on your way to getting adorable, affordable baby clothes for your littles! I have bought clothes for my kids from most of the stores you mentioned. I need to check out Zulily and Tea. These are all my favorite stores to shop for my kiddos too! After all, those tiny socks are hard to keep track of.
Sleepers, pajamas, footies—whatever you call them, know that babies can do a whole lot more than sleep in these cozy one-piece looks. A sleeper is great for keeping baby warm and cozy on outings or during playtime at home, and they make for easy diaper changes. Soft, stretchy baby leggings are endlessly versatile. And there are endless ways to style them: Pulled up over a bodysuit, paired with a kimono top or under dresses or shorts.
Also sometimes called a one-piece or bubble, a romper is a top and bottom all in one, usually with snaps at the crotch for easy diaper changes. Not only do rompers mean fewer pieces of clothing to put on a squirmy baby, but they also usually come in fun, fashion-forward styles, making them an ideal option for playdates, family gatherings or photo shoots, or just for a cute warm weather look.
Sure, you could get away with not having bloomers—but why would you want to? Bloomers, aka diaper covers, can come in handy regardless of whether you have a boy or a girl. While many parents are familiar with a cute, ruffley underpants-like cover peeking out from under a dress, bloomers can also be paired with a bodysuit or kimono top, worn over leggings on chilly days or simply on its own in hot weather.
Look for lenses that offer percent UV protection, and pop them on your infant before you head out for a stroll.
Plus, while you and baby are still getting used to dressing, having shirts that don’t have to pulled over your infant’s face can be a real lifesaver. Kimono-style tops come in short and long sleeve options and can be worn as a top or a thin sweater over a bodysuit. Parents share their favorites: the best baby footie, the best kimono bodysuit, the softest cotton onesies, the best stay-on baby booties and socks, the easiest-to-use leg warmers, the most drool-proof bibs and the most comfortable headbands. The “Best of” Baby Clothing. We asked mommies to name their favorite brands/stores. Here are the results (by $$$): $ ~ Economy. 1. H&M. 2. Crazy 8 – Gymboree’s value brand. 3. Old Navy. 4. The Children’s Place. 5. Target’s Cat & Jack Brand $$ ~ Medium Priced. 1.