Think about easy care
Unless it's for a very special occasion, baby clothes that can't be washed and dried by machine require way too much. Check the labels of clothes you consider to buy. You might be surprised to learn that there are more hand-wash-only and dry-clean-only baby clothes on the market than you would have guessed!
If new born don’t buy too many sizes
Babies grow incredibly fast in the first few weeks of life. Some babies only fit into newborn size clothing for a short time. Some don't fit into newborn sizes at all! If you receive a lot of newborn clothing as gifts, try exchanging some of them for larger sizes if possible.
Think about baby comfort
Snaps, zippers and elastics can be sources of discomfort for baby if they are in the wrong spot or are tight against baby's skin. Look for clothing that has a layer of fabric between your baby and the zipper, make sure elastic is covered and check snaps for rough edges that might be against the skin. Babies are able to bend in lots of interesting shapes, but it's easiest for everyone if you don't have to turn baby into a contortionist for diaper changes and baths. Check to see that the clothing has a full snap opening at the bottom or a long zipper on the front.
Think for additional layer
Babies usually need one additional layer of clothing over what adults would wear, unless it's hot. Choose clothes that allow you to layer so you can easily add or remove clothes to keep baby comfortable. If you live in a place that gets cold, consider buying a fleece snowsuit instead of heavier, thicker options.
Think for hazards
Check baby clothes for loose buttons, zipper pulls that could detach, and appliques or embellishments that could be chewed or pulled off and any long strings that could catch on things.
So when consider buying new clothes for your little one, follow these suggestions and you will be absolutely fine. Of course we always suggest it you have any doubts to contact us, we will be happy to assist you and respond to any of your questions. MiniMini cares about you and your baby.