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?
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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If your daughter was born during summer, airy dresses are another cute and practical option for the baby. As the little one’s skin is still very vulnerable to sunlight, you will want to put her in a thin longsleeve and a thin pair of tights, when you go outdoors. While in the shade your little girl is allowed to kick about with her naked little legs on the play rug babies love the feeling of fresh air touching her skin and enjoy that immensely. The older your baby gets the more flexible you will become in your selection of baby clothes. From cute T-shirts to mini shirts and even jeans are happening after a couple months. It is very important for trousers and skirts to have a soft elastic waistband that does not squeeze the delicate little tummy. Colourful leggings in combination with skirts or shorts offer plenty of room for your baby, its growing urge to move and support the baby perfectly in its developing and its need to discover the world.
So make sure that the baby clothes for your darling can be easily buttoned up or have a wide neckline in the first couple of weeks, so that shirts and babygrows can be put on from the feet on upwards at a pinch. The so-called diaper bodies are opened and closed sideways – ideal in the starting time. You will see: The manufactures of designer baby fashion know the little ones’ needs all too well, so you will find a wide variety of baby clothing online or in a specialist shop, which will meet all needs. Apart from that, babygrows and jumpsuits are ideal for the first weeks of life. They offer the little ones enough room to kick around, are comfortable and do not pinch, when the little ones spend a lot of time in their bed or in the pram. Five or six of them belong to the layette essentials. Cute details like bows, motives or appliqués make for individuality and underline the charm of your darling. Is your child particularly slim and long – or does it have long legs? Than footless babygrows will be your best choice. Combine them with beautiful newborn socks – roundabout five pairs of those belong into your baby’s chest of drawers. Since baby loose most of their body heat through their head, soft caps are indispensable as well. Because