Best Baby Clothes of 2019

Best Baby Clothes of 2019

June 5, 2019

Best Baby Clothes of 2019

Best Baby Clothes of 2019
Photo by @msvaniarios
These clothes are super cute for babies to wear, plus functional for parents to use.Best Baby Clothes of 2019

Baby clothes are adorable, but they also have to stand up to poopsplosions and copious amounts of drool and be as comfy as a pair of sweats. And, with so many options out there, it’s hard to know where to go for what.

Let us make it easier for you: First, find out how many baby clothes you’ll need. Then, check out this list of our favorite items of clothing that range from cute and fun to totally practical.

BTW: These clothing items are featured in the photo above: Finn + Emma jumpsuit, Eyee Kids Headband

Great Bodysuits

Carter’s is the place to stock up on bodysuits, the backbone of any baby wardrobe. They’re known for their affordable sets of three to five coordinating bodysuits and a huge selection of patterns and colors. The all-cotton one-pieces have expandable necklines for easing over your baby’s head and come in long or short sleeves or tanks.

Comfy Pants

Chubby baby thighs are so adorable it’s almost criminal to cover them up. But when you have to, Target has loads of cute pants from buttery soft jersey leggings and sweatpants to elastic-waist denim and twill, some even with suspenders.

Booties for Little Legs & Feet

Baby shoes are notorious for somehow always coming off. That’s why parents love Zutano booties, the brand that finally came up with soft baby shoes that actually stay on. Two snaps around the ankle make them easy to put on but difficult to fall off and they come in cozy fleece or lightweight cotton.

Socks that Stay On

Like shoes, baby socks rarely stay on. All those wiggles eventually work the sock over the heel and then—poof!—the sock is nowhere to be found. But Robeez socks have an added band of elastic gathering around the ankle, making it less likely those suckers are going anywhere. The socks are a stretchy blend of cotton, spandex and nylon and have non-skid soles for when your baby is ready to start stepping. (Robeez also makes cute shoes.)

A Fun Romper

Dress up this sweet sloth romper from Finn + Emma for cute photo ops, or down for playdates at the park. The brand is known contempory looks that come in sustainable fabrics and are produced in fair trade settings.

Cozy Jammies

There’s nothing quite like the feel of comfy PJs. And the ones from Hanna Andersson are among the softest around. One-piece sleepers are made from organic cotton rib knit and come pre-washed so they won’t shrink. Also, these pajamas are perfect hand-me-downs since colors stay bright and fabric stays soft no matter how many washes.

Cool Summer Looks

Need to get ready for outdoor summer fun? Look no further than iPlay, the makers of the first cloth swim diaper. They’ve built them right into a line of cute bathing suits and swim trunks for babies, but you can still buy the reusable swim diapers on their own too. Pair them with the brand’s rash guards, protective sun hats and baby sunglasses for a day of splashing around.

Gender-Neutral Picks

It can challenging to find baby clothes that aren’t specifically designed for girls or boys. But Primary is all about providing quality basics—bodysuits, tees, pants and pajamas—in solids and stripes that work for any gender. Their simple silhouettes come in a range of brilliant rainbow colors.

Practical Yet Whimsical

These bibs are designed to soak up the fountain of drool your wee one will produce somewhere around three months old all the way until about a year—also known as teething time. These dribble bibs have a cotton layer on top, next to your baby’s skin, and bottom layer of absorbent fleece, making them thicker than your average bib. They also have two snaps so you can expand their size as your baby grows. Most importantly, these cute bandanas keep your baby’s neck warm and clothes dry.

Dress It Up in a Hurry

While it can be fun to design a flawless outfit for your child, more often you might find yourself rushing out the door and sticking to the simplest, cleanest bodysuit you can find. That’s why these Baby Bling headbands are such a sweet find—their bright, colorful headbands are easy to wear and adorable. These vintage-style headbands are stretchy—they can fit newborns to adults! Having a few on hand can dress up any day out with your little one.

Organic Options

Known for its line of baby clothes made entirely from organic cotton, Burt’s Bees Baby clothes promise to be gentle on baby’s skin. Their subtle patterns, colors and prints are sweet too.


Choosing what’s right for you

Useful features on your baby’s clothing can save time, stress and even mess—which is music to your ears if you’re a sleep-deprived and busy parent. Plus, the colors and patterns on these outfits are pretty darn cute. With the right designs, the best baby clothes can be both super handy and super adorable.

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