The Best Baby Cold Weather Clothes
Baby, it’s cold outside…
I’m laughing at myself as I put together this blog post because I literally have no idea what I am doing! We are going to NYC this week and packing Laurens’ suitcase has been down right comical. When you live in Florida you quite literally have zero idea how to dress for temperatures under 70 degrees. Like, how many layers is too many layers?! Do we need mittens? Hats? A snow suit… I DON’T KNOW?!
So over the past few weeks I’ve been reaching out to my cold weather mom warriors who have given me some great advice on what to order and pack for Laurens. It’s true what they say… you cannot mother alone!
Anyway, this post is for you, it’s for me, and it’s been put together with a little help from my cold weather mama friends! How to keep your baby cozy and happy this winter, let’s do this…
blue quilted jacket // floral jacket // teal jacket // light blue two-piece set // stripe sweater onsie // sherpa booties // baby bunting // teddy hat // multi-color jacket // teddy onsie // hat & mitten set // fleece two-piece set // sweater knit booties // sage sweater // teddy jacket
A Few Favorites From The List
You guys know I love a good baby overall moment, and this cable knit version is just too good!
How about this baby velour one-piece?! Cozy and cute!
I just bought this little sweater and sweater pants set for Laurens, and can’t wait to bundle him up in it! Next on my list is this and this.
Baby cashmere jumpsuit? YES! And I cannot with this baby turtleneck! Come on.
This little hat and mittens set is the perfect duo. (And this beanie set is what Laurens wears.)
These suede and sherpa booties are everything! Also love these sweater knit ones and can you even with these fluffy mini ballet slippers?!
This two-piece fleece set is so good and so is this set. This easy set Laurens has and loves.
These mini snow pants are too cute! With this matching jacket!
If you have a tiny baby or will be out in the cold on long stroller walks, this is the perfect baby bunting to keep baby snuggled and warm! Here’s another good option. And this one is great for toddlers to run around in the cold in.