Baby, it’s cold outside, but that doesn’t mean that we get to hole up indoors under a blanket until April. Make sure your little ones stay warm this winter with winter gear that not only looks good, but gets the job done. Here’s what you’ll need:
A great stroller bunting:
For little ones still small enough to stroll, I love the Blanket 212 from 7 a.m. Enfant. It repels water, keeps kids warm with plushy fill and fleeze, grows with your toddler, and has a no-slip back.
A high-tech snowsuit:
Down rocks but I’m loving Columbia’s “Omni-Heat Thermal Reflective Microtex.” Er, whatever that is. All I know is that it stays as warm inside as my daughter’s old down snowsuit with almost no bulk.
Super cute mittens:
A toastie toesies solution for babies:
And Uggs for your toddler:
Hats that cover little ears:
A hat that doesn’t cover toddler or baby ears isn’t going to do you much good when the mercury plummets. This adorable wee hat from United Colors of Benetton will keeps heads and ears warm – and look too cute in the process.
Tights, tights, and more tights:
Tights, unisex? Sure! Under pants or as leggings, knit tights can keep boys and girls toasty on the coldest days and nights. I’m in love with these vintage-look tights from Dulce Liya! Babylegs are pretty awesome, too.
And of course, a jacket to top it off:
There are about eleventy billion styles of winter jackets for babies and toddlers out there – pick any you like, but look for deals on down and other features that mean a jacket doesn’t just look roasty-toasty.
What are your go-to brands for cold weather gear for babies and toddlers?