Sabtu, 27 Juli 2013

See the Secrets to Buying Cheap Baby Clothes

Just as important for parents in general, or as a new parent is to find good quality cheap baby clothes, is the big fact that babies grows up quickly. You need to think about saving pennies and know where to shop and what you are looking for in the long run.

When all is said and done, finding unique clothes for kids is not so hard. Because you can all dress your babies differently, as parents, you see, you all have your own tastes and styles in clothes, naturally you will want your beloved little boy or girl to have a special look as well.

Naturally, now whether you love Nike or Disney and want as a mother or father to dress your baby boy or girl in designer Nike gear that is pretty cool, or Disney kids clothes, from baby suits in Mickey Mouse.

Did you realize busy mothers that online stores for babies have a huge range where you can pick up great bargains, some of you may have already discovered this great knack of checking online.

This includes of course all:

1. Retro Gear or Gothic Gear (you do not really care what people think, do you?) - Etsy stores

2. Funky Baby Clothes - get some great sketchers infants socks

3. Rock Baby Clothes - with your favorite rock star or Marilyn tees, the Ramones, Jamaica

4. Baby Stores - from designer stores like for example Harley Davidson for all those bikers.

5. Baby Wholesale Clothes - Cheekaboo, get great gift vouchers, coupons for discounts.

6. Cool Kids Clothes-Baby Nay, some very cool rompers

7. Baby Clothes UK-some great funny clothes with slogans, animal designs for example zebra

8. Preemie Clothes-teddy & me in England

9. Unique Clothes for Babies - Etsy shops, all the designs possible, find your style

10.Punk Baby Clothes - skull clothes for the baby.

11.Organic Clothes for kids - bamboo organic clothes, eco-friendly.

12.Used Clothes for Babies - register with RockaBuyGear, they give a percentage to a good cause.

What do you want most from Cheap Baby Clothes?

1. Machine Washable, check the labels for this.

2. Quantity, lot of diaper shirts or baby grows (it is like a t-shirt with the button snaps at the crotch area), more than one, babies get dirty very quickly, so they need constant changing of clothes.

3. Soft Fabric, make sure you wash the clothes before putting on your baby, so that they do not develop any rashes or irritations.

4. Size, buy larger sizes or one-size up.

5. Seasons, buy for weather seasons, warm gear and cold gear for babies.

6. Buy unisex clothes, possibly you can use it for your next baby.

7. Comfort and practicality, button snaps for easy opening to change nappies.

The online stores are great but remember to check the sizing, generally most deliver within 4-5 days depending. You can really find some great bargains in Cheap Baby Clothes if you shop around.

Bernadette Cole is passionate about cheap baby clothes, at school I remember doing a project on babies.

I just wish designers could get to make more funkier baby boys clothes, baby girls clothes are always so much more stylish.

I love all the unique, funky, cool styles for kids for more info go to my blog on cheap baby clothes.

A Guide to Buying Baby Clothing For First Time Moms

Where do you start?
Buying baby clothing can be tricky business, especially for first time mums, there are so many baby dresses and outfits to choose from! I know I had a difficult time and made some blunders with my purchases along the way. Take advice from the guide below there are plenty of tips from mums on 'how to buy baby clothing' successfully.
1) What kind of baby clothing will I need?
Buying baby clothing can be a boggling experience, as your bump grows you will probably start to panic - 'I don't have any baby clothes!' You will probably do what I did and start wandering around all the stores that sell baby clothes, baby furniture, baby gifts and so on. The choice is endless, this is where the danger lies in buying too many clothes for baby.
Too many baby clothes means your baby will only wear them once or twice (or sometimes not at all), babies grow very quickly and the next size up in that special outfit is needed before you know it! Leaving you with the cutest outfits ever, but no VALUE FOR MONEY.
The ideal way to buy baby clothing is to make sure you have enough outfits to get you through the week in a couple of different sizes, but not so many that you have overflowing drawers of baby outfits that haven't even been unwrapped before your baby gets too big to wear them; or duplicate clothing that you didn't really need.
Well, to be fair, duplicate baby clothing isn't that big of any issue really, especially in the early days when baby clothes can only be worn once and usually for a couple of hours and all clothing needs to be continually washed and washed! In the early days make sure you have numerous baby dresses, bodysuits, comfortable playgro suits, and sleeping suits, basic tees, comfortable cotton pants, warm cardigans and coats or sunhats, depending on the season.
Before you buy new baby clothes check what time of the year your baby will be born, it could be around sale time, which is the best time to buy bulk lots of newborn baby clothing that you are going to need.
Once all of the confusion has settled you will have an exciting time buying your first newborn baby clothes, it is much more fun than buying clothes for yourself (honestly) - and then in time you will be having more fun when your baby grows out of that first lot of clothes, you will find yourself a more experienced shopper in the baby clothing department.
Sizes of baby clothing vary from manufacturer to manufacturer so we haven't listed a definitive sizing guide here. Newborn sizes generally start from 0000 but this is actually quite a small size and unless you have a smaller than average baby, you might only get a month or two from this size. The best advice is to pre-buy in size 000 and then buy extra supplies in the 0000 size if you need to after the birth. Check labels for weight and height guidelines before you buy (average birth weight is 3.5kg). baby clothing tips
Look for:
o wide necks, or easy fastenings to get clothes over baby's neck easily
o fastenings to enable you to remove and change a nappy without completely undressing baby
o snaps / press-studs are easy, safer and quicker than buttons
o no rough seams or uncomfortable material - natural, cotton, etc, is best
o machine washable
o check that buttons are sewn on well (baby could choke on little buttons)
o no loose threads that little fingers or toes could get caught in
o avoid ribbons and strings that babies can wrap around their necks
Hopefully this comprehensive guide to baby your babies first clothes has been helpful to you! Remember, don't rush in a buy too many clothes before your baby is born, you can always buy more of the garments you need after the arrival of your newborn.