Yes, the many toddler onesies come with attached feet to keep your little one’s toes nice and cosy. If your child would prefer to feel the wind through their toes (or you’d rather make sure they’re wearing very slip-proof shoes) then you can also find onesies for toddlers that stop at the ankle.
They don’t always have hoods, no, but the majority do. In our experience, toddlers love to wear the most realistic animal onesies so they can play just like the real thing. The hoods are always made of the same comfortable fabric as the rest of the onesie to keep their little heads warm and comfortable at all times.
When it comes to onesies, it’s generally better to look for one with a bit of room to spread out in: they’re designed for comfort after all. Usually onesie manufacturers are aware of this, so whatever sized clothes your toddler usually wears should be the size of onesie that fits them best. The dimensions of each onesie are included in our product descriptions to help you find a fit that’s just right.
How do I wash a onesie?
Although the comfort granted to the onesie-wearer can make it hard to change into normal clothes, onesie hygiene is certainly to be recommended. It is true that toddlers get a bit smelly if they don’t change clothes, and in the comfy warmth of a onesie things are no different. As onesies are made from a variety of fabrics, the exact washing instructions will depend on the onesie you buy. Typically they are all machine washable, so it shouldn’t cause you any undue stress.
What material should I get a onesie made from?
This depends on what you’re getting your toddler a onesie for and how much you’re looking to spend. If you’re looking for a fancy dress costume that’s likely to need washing the next day, then picking up a polyester or cotton onesie would be a sensible way to go. If you’re looking for maximum lounging comfort for your toddler, then why not indulge in a fleece onesie?
Should I get a onesie with or without feet?
They’re both great options, and it probably comes down to how cool you think your toddler’s socks are. Onesies that cover your feet are ideal for wearing around, and will usually have pads on the soles to prevent any falls on slippery floors, and shoes can also be worn over the feet of regular onesies. Basically, it’s up to you.
How much should I spend on a onesie?
That’s a bit like asking how much a pair of jeans costs: it depends on the onesie you decide to go for. The general price range is anything from £10 to £50, and the difference between more expensive onesies and the rest tends to be related to the quality of material and additional features (such as tails or awesome hoods with teeth and eyes to make your toddler look more like the real thing).