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New parents realise quickly: Time is all of sudden in short supply. The baby determines the daily rhythm. Even when there seems to be an hour of spare time – shopping sprees and trips into town are not really relaxing with a pram, a diaper bag and an infant. The stores are narrow, there is no lift most of the time and when the baby gets hungry, finding a suited place for that is another challenge. Online shopping is way more tempting in that regard. When the baby is fast asleep, the mother can snuggle up on the sofa with her laptop, enjoy cup of coffee and browse through her favourite store for baby brand-name clothing. Moreover, if the little darling wakes up now and then, she can save her shopping cart and continue her little spree later on. No surprise that many young parents prefer buying her baby clothes online.

Oh my goodness - after three beautiful grandsons, my son and daughter-in-law have now blessed us with our first granddaughter, and I was just so tickled to come across this little dress... not only am I disappointed, I'm downright angry at the FALSE ADVERTISING, and at Amazon for including both reviews of the obviously original darling product shown in the photo accompanying this listing (manufactured by Ganz, which is headquartered in Canada), and the totally different product I received (with a label stitched into the onesie saying "Samgami baby")! WHERE do I begin?!


The latest collection from Fendi Kids showcases punchy prints, textured trims and a quirky colour palette your little one is bound to love. Crafted in Italy from pink stretch cotton printed all-over with a playful cartoon-inspired motif, this cute little body from Fendi Kids features a penny collar, long sleeves, ... The latest collection from Fendi Kids showcases punchy Read More
Oh my goodness - after three beautiful grandsons, my son and daughter-in-law have now blessed us with our first granddaughter, and I was just so tickled to come across this little dress... not only am I disappointed, I'm downright angry at the FALSE ADVERTISING, and at Amazon for including both reviews of the obviously original darling product shown in the photo accompanying this listing (manufactured by Ganz, which is headquartered in Canada), and the totally different product I received (with a label stitched into the onesie saying "Samgami baby")! WHERE do I begin?!

Let’s be honest: Buying baby clothes is simply the best! So many designs, all the colours and patterns make the little ones look good enough to eat. No surprise that many parents want to fill up their wardrobes with cute baby fashion long before the baby has arrived. Especially with the first child the question arises often: What does my baby really need? And what should I pay attention to when picking things up?


I love this little onesie! I was worried it would be too big, and while it's a bit roomy, the fit/cut is such that it looks great when it's not totally snug on baby. The khaki color is soft and neutral, and the material is somewhat thick and fluffy (perfect for extra cuddles). The material is also soft and feels high-quality (like it will wash well). I originally bought this because it has built-in mittens along with the feet, so I'm glad to have more reasons to love it. My onesie even came with a free little gift of a bib which I can't wait to use when baby is ready for it!
Aged four to seven months babies discover their feet. They start playing with them, touching them and putting them into their mouth. This is a very important step in their developing. Make sure that your baby is able to reach its feet easily and let it kick around barefoot as often as possible. Trousers, leggings and babygrows without attached feet are ideal. The little ones start turning around bit by bit and finally crawling around on the floor. They try their first puree and start experimenting with mud and sand on the playground. Experienced parents know that during this period the outfit needs to be changed multiple times a day – also an additional set of clothes must not be missed. It is ideal for skirts and dresses to not cover the knees, so that the little ones will not be hindered whilst crawling around. Cool baby fashion for boys and girls encourages their curiosity – and is at the same time practical and visually appealing. It is never too early to develop one’s style. Some parents like it playful, others simple, but for everyone applies one thing: High-quality baby fashion underlines the character of your baby. The one does not want to dress its baby just somehow, but rather places value on design and style, will probably always choose designer baby fashion over boring clothes off the peg. Even if you do not want to fill your whole wardrobe with luxurious baby fashion items: A few carefully selected eyecatcher are enough to give your little darling’s wardrobe that certain something. Combine affordable basics with a few single elegant pieces or rely from head to toe on baby brand-name clothing – just what you want and whatever suits you. By the way: Designer baby fashion makes for a great gift idea for friends and family.
Oh my goodness - after three beautiful grandsons, my son and daughter-in-law have now blessed us with our first granddaughter, and I was just so tickled to come across this little dress... not only am I disappointed, I'm downright angry at the FALSE ADVERTISING, and at Amazon for including both reviews of the obviously original darling product shown in the photo accompanying this listing (manufactured by Ganz, which is headquartered in Canada), and the totally different product I received (with a label stitched into the onesie saying "Samgami baby")! WHERE do I begin?!
Are you already itching to shop for your offspring? It makes sense to get the basic equipment early on. Extended shopping sprees can become exhausting, that is why expecting parents order their baby fashion online. Nevertheless, whether you buy it in your local specialist shop or in a baby fashion online shop – when it comes to baby clothes for newborns counts: High-quality baby clothes are a must. Short Checklist for the layette:
Featured designer brands include Anthem of the Ants, Babysoy, Biscotti, Bonnie Jean, cachcach, Cupcakes & Pastries, Deux par Deux, Dolls & Divas Couture, Eliane et Lena, Halabaloo, Haute Baby, Imoga, Jean Bourget, Joah Love, Joe's Jeans, Just Fab Girls, KidCuteTure, Limeapple, Lipstik Girls, Little Mass, Luna Luna Copenhagen, Mia Belle Baby, Mimi & Maggie, Mim-Pi, Paper Wings Petit Lem, Pom Pom, Popatu, Rabbitmoon, Ragdolls & Rockets, Rare Editions, SaraSara, Stella Industries, Tractr Jeans, Trish Scully Child and Truly Me. For school, church, playtime, and parties year-round, Pink Princess designer fashions are delightfully sweet and beloved by parents and children alike.
A baby is called a newborn during the first four to six weeks following childbirth: In this time pleasant and skin-friendly fabrics like cotton, silk or wool are very important for the sensitive skin. These are very breathable. You should refrain from baby fashion that looks pretty but has a high synthetic fibre content. Luckily, there are plenty designers for exclusive and beautiful baby fashion that fulfil all the quality criteria for your little darling angel. Bodies are the absolute staple pieces in newborn fashion. You need at least eight of them in your wardrobe. If your baby spits a lot, you might want to have more than that. The best thing to do is to get several in different sizes, because the little ones grow out of the initial size 50 and 56 in no time. A tip: It can be very difficult at the beginning to pull clothes over your baby’s head, since they do not necessarily like it.
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