So the big day has finally arrived, and you’re probably thinking that nothing can come close to preparing you for how to tell your baby’s sex. Well, think again! We’ve scoured our shop floor at for a range of specially selected boy and girl clothes created especially with this moment in mind – who knows, a pair or two might make a perfect baby shower gift.

We have bundled up all these beautifully made boys’ outfits into themes such as Under The Sea, Prince Charming, Jungle Special Agent, etc.

-T-shirts and bodysuits.

-Pants and skorts.

-Dungarees and shorts with the Bermudas.

-Outfits for special occasions such as christenings, weddings, etc., all the way through to pre-school.

Available Baby Clothes at a baby shops

  1. Dress for natural warmth

Layer your baby’s wardrobe with easy pieces that cover up their delicate skin. For example, try putting on a long-sleeved bodysuit under a dungaree dress or layering t-shirts under one-piece outfits (onesies).

  1. Dress for comfort

Keep it simple with single-layer clothes that are easy to put on and take off. A lot of our designs have quick-release fastenings, so you can change the baby’s outfit really quickly when they’re feeling fussy or need a nappy change.

  1. Dress for playtime

Cotton is breathable, so it keeps your baby cool in hot weather while keeping them warm in cold weather. Cotton is also natural, durable, and can be machine-washed for easy care.

  1. Dress for comfort and practicality

Cotton clothes that are brushed on the inside to keep your baby’s skin soft feel lovely against their delicate skins. Some baby shops in Singapore have clothes come with useful features such as tags so you can adjust the size and fit.

‘How to dress a newborn.’

  1. Keep it cool in summer

Bathe babies in cotton singlet slip-on outfits with stretchy elasticated waistbands for putting on and taking off (see ‘How to bath your baby’). During the day, dress them in cotton singlets or short-sleeved bodysuits under dungaree dresses or rompers. In the evenings, add a cotton singlet underneath for extra warmth while you are out and about.

  1. Keep it warm in winter

Wrap up babies in blankets while you’re at home so they stay cozy and warm. You can also put a baby’s singlets or bodysuits under a reversible fleece snowsuit for cold days. Summer babies should wear cotton shorts or pants under their dresses, while winter babies should wear cotton singlets under wool jackets/cardigans with long sleeves and leggings made of terry toweling, thermal fabrics, or knitted cotton.

When you’re out and about in the cold weather, dress your baby in a cotton snowsuit with a jacket underneath if necessary. In the summer, dress them in cotton singlets or bodysuits under dungaree dresses or rompers and use hats, mitts, and socks to protect their delicate hands and heads from sunburn.

  1. Dress for special occasions

When you attend a christening or wedding, dress your baby in an outfit made of cotton. A knitted cotton bodysuit with a white shirt and bow tie makes a very cute outfit for the special event.

  1. Growing with your baby

After you have bought all these clothes for your new arrival, you will need to buy more as they grow bigger. To make them more special, buy clothing that is made of organic cotton or linen.

  1. Keep it simple and easy to use

Designs with buttons, hook-and-loop fasteners, and press studs are the easiest types to use on a wriggly baby – just remember to close them before you put your baby down.

By dressing your new baby in cotton clothes, you are helping to protect their delicate skin. You can find these at Baby Shop in Singapore online. Find out more about all the different types of cotton and caring for consumers’ clothing here

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