7 Tips for Dressing Little Ones for Winter

7 Tips for Dressing Little Ones for Winter

Baby, it's still cold outside! Winter is in full force and it's crucial to dress your little one appropriately to ensure they stay comfortable and protected from the chilly weather. In this blog post, we'll provide you with a handy guide on how to dress your baby for winter, keeping them snug and stylish all season long.

1. Layering is Key

The secret to keeping your baby warm in winter is layering. Start with a soft, breathable base layer like cotton onesies or bodysuits. Layer up with cozy sweaters or thermal tops, and finish with a winter jacket or snowsuit for outdoor adventures. This allows you to adjust your baby's clothing based on the indoor and outdoor temperatures.

We love our soft knit Bébé bonnets for layering underneath heavier outerwear. 


2. Invest in Quality Outerwear

A high-quality winter coat or snowsuit is a must-have for your baby's winter wardrobe. Look for options with insulation to keep them warm without being too bulky. 

Wool bonnets are a great option for keeping little ones warm in the colder months. It keeps baby warm and is also water resistant, ensuring they stay dry in snow and light rain. 

3. Choose the Right Fabrics

Opt for fabrics that are both warm and gentle on your baby's delicate skin. Soft sherpa, wool, and alpaca are excellent choices for winter clothing. Make sure to check the labels for comfort and consider layering with breathable fabrics to prevent overheating.

Our Sherpa-Sherpa bonnets are made from ultra cozy organic cotton sherpa, which guarantees your baby will be cozy and safe from harsher fabrics.

4. Keep Tiny Toes Toasty

Cold feet can be uncomfortable for anyone, especially babies. Invest in warm, insulated booties or baby socks to keep their tiny toes warm. Ensure that the footwear is easy to put on and take off, and consider waterproof options for snowy days.

5. Don't Forget the Accessories

Accessories (like bonnets!) are not just for fashion – they serve a practical purpose in keeping your baby warm. Wrap your little one in a snuggly blanket when heading outdoors, and use a neck warmer to protect their neck and chin from the cold winds. Brimmed bonnets can also be handy to shield their eyes from winter glare.

6. Monitor Indoor Temperature

While dressing your baby warmly for outdoor excursions is essential, it's equally crucial to monitor the indoor temperature. Dress your baby in layers that can be easily adjusted when transitioning between indoor and outdoor environments. This ensures they stay comfortable without overheating.

7. Pay Attention to the Car Seat

Safety first! When using a car seat, avoid bulky winter coats that may compromise the harness's effectiveness. Instead, dress your baby in thin layers and cover them with a blanket once they are securely buckled into the car seat.

Stay cozy!

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