Many parents assume that dressing a baby boy is more effortless than dressing a baby girl. As you know, baby girls love having more accessories on, from headbands to bows and all. On the other hand, baby boys have fewer options, are not choosy, and have less fuss, so dressing them is fast. But there is more to dressing babies than you think. First, you have to consider the outfit’s fabric to ensure it is soft, friendly, and comfortable on your baby’s delicate skin. Secondly, you have to ensure they are warm, especially in the cold season, and dress them in lighter clothes during summer.
Shortall vs. overall
So, what is best between Shortall and overall for your baby. An overall is a one-piece garment for dressing your baby, especially in the cold months. It is warm and covers the entire body of your baby, including the feet. Baby boy overalls and baby girl jumpsuits come in various styles to ensure your baby is warm and stylish even during the cooler months.
Shortalls are the shorter version of overalls. They look like overalls, only that they have short legs. A baby boy shortall comes as a tiny bubble that shows off the lovely little legs. Shortalls are elegant, stylish, and never go out of fashion. They are perfect for dressing your baby boy for a birthday occasion, wedding or holiday. You can pair them with cute little shoes even if your baby doesn’t walk to complete the look. They look adorable for boys from the age of 3months to 2years.
How about dressing your boy in baby boy longalls? A baby boy longall is simply the more extended version of the baby boy shortall. It is common to see baby boys jumping around in corduroy versions of longalls, especially during holidays and Christmas. Longalls make one of the cutest looks for baby boys.
Considerations to make when choosing baby’s outfits
Shopping for baby outfits can be tricky, given their tiny size, especially when buying clothes for a toddler. However, an important thing to consider is the fabric, safety, and comfort of your baby. When shopping for clothes for little boys, choose by weight rather than age. Different brands’ sizes fit differently, so shopping based on age can be a bit confusing. Weight is a better measure since it is listed alongside the age on many baby outfits.
Stay away from baby clothes with tiny buttons, bows, or ties since choking is a high risk. Avoid baby clothes with long ties that pull around the neck, arms, legs as they can be unsafe. You should also ensure the decorations are sewed on tightly.
Also, think about how easy or difficult it is to put the outfit on and off. Wider necks or snaps make it easier to dress your baby. You already know how a baby panics when you are pulling an outfit over their head, and they can’t breathe or see you. Zippers and snaps are easier to put on. Lastly, choose high-end baby clothes that are machine washable to save you the energy of handwashing and ironing. Cotton clothes for babies are ideal since they wash well, don’t wrinkle, are comfortable and durable.