For baby onesies see above, for the answers to all your onesie queries, see below.
How many onesies does my baby need?
As many as you want! There are so many different styles to choose from, so the choice of how many different outfits your little one has to wear is entirely up to you. You could get a baby animal onesie for every day of the week, or just pick one up for Christmas, but one thing is certain: you’re definitely going to need at least one.
How do I put a onesie on my baby?
Don’t worry, it’s not hard. Your baby will fit easily into their new outfit, and it’s very similar to putting on a regular baby grow. Except it looks much, much cooler.
What size baby onesie should I get?
There’s no real ‘one-size-fits-all’ answer to this question. Most baby onesies will specify the age range they’re designed for, but obviously babies are not all a uniform size at any age. One thing you may want to consider is buying slightly larger size so that the onesie lasts longer as your little one stops being so little: newborn sizes are often quickly grown out of.
General onesie queries
How do I wash a baby onesie?
As onesies are made from a variety of fabrics, the exact washing instructions will depend on the baby onesie you buy. Typically they are all machine washable, and will stay soft so as to offer the perfect level of comfort for your baby
What material should I get my baby’s onesie made from?
For the little ones it’s generally best to look for a soft fabric, with baby fleece onesies being very popular. All baby onesies are designed to be appropriate for the skin of your child, however, and you’ll be able to find the ideal fabric through the product descriptions on the products.
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 baby’s socks are. Baby onesies most commonly come with feet to stop their toes getting cold, but if you want to find a onesie that gives you different baby footwear options, they are available.
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 baby look more like the real thing).