Sep 4, 2016

10 Fall Children Clothing Trends That Will Not Break the Bank

There are not many things that holler “Buy me!” quite like baby clothing, especially they are calling out to aunties and grandmas. Come to any baby shower and you will see how little resistance people have to purchase clothing for tiny humans.

Onesies of every color, bibs, baby shoes and headbands are just some of the many adorable clothing items you will see in multiples when a group of people comes together to bless an expectant couple. I always joke (except that I am not really kidding) that my kids are better dressed than I am, and it is because my friends and family can’t resist buying them clothing.

If I leave the house in a clean pair of jeans and a nice tee shirt, I consider myself dressed up. Meanwhile, my kids are wearing outfits that look like they came straight out of a magazine. So what are some cute fall trends you can look for when shopping for baby clothes? Here are ten fall children clothing trends that will not break the bank.

1. One piece clothing

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Onesies or baby bodysuits are a classic one piece baby outfit. The snaps at the crotch ensure that the shirt will not end up around the armpits and help keep an outfit together. While a onesie can often stand alone as an article of clothing, especially in the summer or when your baby is just hanging around the house, it can also be paired with some pants or a fluffy tutu.

One piece outfits are especially important for babies who are on the move. They give a nice range of movement in their legs, which allows them to exercise and learn to use those muscles for the first time. Sleepers are an another practical outfit choice for babies. Like onesies, they are a one-step outfit, but they are more capable of standing alone. Perfect for the colder months of the year, they double as regular clothing and pajamas.

Rompers are often a great choice for boys (though I have seen girly rompers that are adorable as well. They are the best because they make a complete outfit that doesn’t look like pajamas and is oh-so-adorable!

One piece outfits are practical for parents because they save time and make it easier to clothe a wiggly baby. No matter how cute the outfit, parents would rather not spend tons of time removing and replacing lots of layers of clothing every time the baby’s diaper needs to be changed.