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Boys' Outerwear Newborn-5T

Shopping for outerwear for a child that wears size newborn up to size 5T can be made easier if you know your options. Clothing size fits and materials can vary widely depending on the company, and children come in all shapes and sizes. This guide may help you to better understand your options.

How do baby boys' sizes of clothing fit?

Baby boy attire starts out at premature and newborn sizes. After that, there are sizes for boys aged 3 months, 6 months, 3 to 6 months, 9 months, 6 to 9 months, and so on, all the way up to 5 years old. A good rule of thumb is to buy just ahead of your little one's age. For instance, a 6-month-old will fit in a 6-month size, but a 6- to 9-month size will give your infant room to grow. This way, your baby isn't wearing a coat for a couple of weeks before he grows out of it. After the 24-month size, the boys clothing size chart moves to 2T, 3T, and up to 5T. At this stage, it is generally recommended to go by boys' height and size rather than by age.

What types of clothes are available for baby boys?

One way to buy attire for a baby or toddler boys is to think about the functionality of the outfit and the demands of baby boys at that time. For instance, newborn boys are constantly in need of diaper changes. Clothing that is easy to take off and put back on is useful for boys at this age. As baby boys get older, you might start to get them used to wearing clothes such as pants instead of just zip up onesies.

For winter outerwear for kids, like coats, hats, and other cold-weather outfits, you might consider dressing your baby boy in a number of layers for the extra warmth that is needed in the winter. If your baby is going outside, you'll probably want to ensure boys are wearing a coat and hat, the same way you would wear layers, a coat, and hat in the winter.

What should you look for when buying baby boy clothes?

When looking for baby and toddler attire for boys, consider materials that are comfortable and won't irritate baby skin. In addition, buying different styles of coats, bodysuits, and winter outerwear helps baby boys become more familiar with different baby boys' clothes, further preparing them for the toddler stage. Getting baby boys accustomed to wearing a hat is also, of course, important. Consider adding a jacket made for baby boys, or even a rain jacket in addition to warmer jackets meant for the winter. You might also look for different textures in baby boy clothes, such as a fleece-lined jacket. Other clothes made with fleece are good for keeping your baby warm all year, not just in winter. Different types of fasteners are helpful for both you and baby boys, including zippers and buttons.