Guide on Building a Fashionable Wardrobe for Your Little One

Guide on Building a Fashionable Wardrobe for Your Little One

On hearing the news of pregnancy itself you feel like purchasing clothes for the awaited little one. But don’t do it. Just purchase few pair of clothes mostly rompers with long sleeves or tops with front open and long pants.



While you purchase clothes consider buying clothes from 3-6 months for your newborn as this will come for longer. See the growth of your child if you feel your child is gaining weight fast then consider buying a size bigger than her actual size. Purchase few caps mittens socks and booties.





Don’t invest on hairbands shoes and all before the age of 6 months as it doesn’t suit your baby plus a waste of money. Keep your little ones baby looks alive by making her just wear cute caps as that’s a add on their innocence

While building wardrobe invest in clothes which are easy to wear and comfortable. That should be prime as you don’t want to bother your little one plus make your work easier too by handling a happy baby.
I would suggest you to buy Babyhug and babyoye products from first cry as you get them reasonable price and have wide range of products available with various cash coupons available.




Don’t buy party wear clothes as kids find it hard to wear and isn’t like it. In case you intend to buy see that the linen is of cotton material as that will cool off the baby if the weather is hot. Don’t buy for an amount more than 1000 Rs as that cloth will not be used much. I would suggest you to buy mark and Mia products as they have soft and fashionable clothes available at reasonable price.

Invest in good quality sleepsuits and night suits as your baby sleeps for longer part of day and needs to feel comfortable. However go for sleep suits till the baby is 6 months. After that consider buying night suits as they can be worn for longer in terms of size compared to sleep suits. Cucumber night suits are of good quality and affordable price.





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