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Put Some Personality in Your Baby's Outfits


By on 8/02/2017 06:31:00 AM

When you have a baby, you don't want to treat them like a dress-up doll. At the same time, it's hard to resist the temptation of buying cute clothes for them. You want to dress your baby with personality, but avoid dressing them like a miniature adult. Fortunately, it's easy to find some cute, baby-appropriate clothes to keep your little one looking sharp every day. If you want to go beyond the plain white onesies, there are lots of ways to inject some personality into their tiny wardrobe. Here are some tips to dress your baby practically and still have plenty of fun.

Jazz Up Their Onesies. The onesie, romper or bodysuit is a must-have item for all baby wardrobes. They're pretty much a whole outfit in one, and they make diaper changes, plus dressing and undressing, super easy. Having a dozen plain white ones won't go amiss if you're buying new baby clothes. But they can also be a little more exciting, with lots of fun designs. You can explore all the different pictures and slogans available, from funny writing to cute patterns. It's an easy way to add some personality to your baby's outfit, while still keeping it baby friendly.


Add Some Extra Layers. Sometimes you need some extra layers for warmth or practicality, or maybe you just don't feel like going the onesie route. Little pants and t-shirts, as well as skirts and dresses, can also be easy to put on your baby, especially with snap buttons down the side. Just like with onesies, you can get unique baby t-shirts that have cute designs. Make your baby look adorable by adding a cute dinosaur or a funny slogan to their t-shirt. A stripey pair of tights or pants can make a plain outfit a bit more interesting too.

Accessorize for the Season.  Dressing your baby for the weather can sometimes be difficult to do. You worry about them being warm enough or cool enough and protecting them from the sun or the rain. One of the things that can help you get them dressed appropriately is to use some handy accessories. A little summer hat will help to keep the sun off their head (although not all babies are keen on wearing them). In the winter, some mittens and a hat can add extra warmth, so they don't get too chilly. But don't forget to provide enough layers and maybe even put them in a snowsuit.

Have Some Fun. You might not play dress-up with your baby every day, but there's no harm in having some fun on special occasions. Halloween and Christmas are perfect opportunities to dress up your baby in a funny costume and take a few photos. Who can resist a baby dressed as a pumpkin or a reindeer? You can find costumes that still feel comfortable for your baby and are easy to put on and take off.

Put some personality into your baby's outfit, so they stand out from all the other infants. They can look cute and be practical at the same time.

About Angela

Angela is a freelance writer and blogger, blessed with 3 daughters, 4 cats, 1 needy dog, and 1 very supportive husband.

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