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Baby’s Got Style

Layette Guide 101 Do I really need a layette? What’s the hype about? A layette is your baby’s first wardrobe set. It is a collection of basic supplies, clothing, and accessories your baby will need. Shopping for your baby can be so much fun, yet really frustrating. You want to find the perfect outfit for […]

Layette Guide 101

Do I really need a layette? What’s the hype about? A layette is your baby’s first wardrobe set. It is a collection of basic supplies, clothing, and accessories your baby will need. Shopping for your baby can be so much fun, yet really frustrating. You want to find the perfect outfit for your baby’s Instagram debut, their introduction to the world, and most of all their first ride home with you! Oh! The pressure!!! But have no fear, your AlphaCord blogger is here and ready to style.

In the blink of an eye, your newborn is twice the size from when you brought them home. Yes, you think your baby should have it all and of course they’d look adorbs in everything you may find in a baby store. But mom, please do not buy your baby a closet filled with clothes of one size. You have to mix it up. Babies grow so fast, and with growth comes new clothes, so how about we try this…. When you’re choosing a layette or creating your own layette, purchase larger sizes for your baby to grow into!

I suggest you start with…

  • 14 days of 0-3 months
  • 14 days of 3-6 months
  • 14 days of 6-9 months.

What’s in a layette?

  • Onesies (5-7)
  • Sleepers (4-6)
  • Socks (5-8)
  • Blankets (3-4)
  • Hats (2-4)
  • Bibs (4-6)

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BUY IT ALREADY MADE!

  1. Bloomingdale’s
  2. Amazon
  3. Dillard’s
  4. Carter’s (D.I.Y)
  5. Burt’s Bees Baby
  1. Spasilk
  2. Wal Mart
  3. Bed, Bath, & Beyond
  4. Target
  5. Gerber 

It’s easy to pop on a onesie, change diapers, style, plus you have an outfit for each day of the week. It takes a huge load off during prep time. You have no worries when it comes to size because you’re already prepared.

Don’t just think of what your baby’s wearing the day they go home, think of everyday, and how easy your layette spread will guide you. In the hospital you need an outfit for 3 things: the instagram debut, the hospital photoshoot, and the ride home. Here are a few examples of how to style your newborn.

Organic Basics.


All babies have sensitive skin. It is important to choose an option that doesn’t irritate your little one. Not only are these basics easy, cute, and stylish. They are made with organic cotton. Organic cotton is the absolute best option for your baby. What is the difference between cotton and organic cotton? Organic cotton is made without the use of pesticides, formaldehyde, and harsh chemicals. Such chemicals can be harmful to their sensitive skin. Play it safe and create your own layette using ColoredOrganics. Simply choose the items you want and add them to your cart. Your baby will look and feel good in their organic basics. 

ORGANIC COTTON

Other Options.

  1. Burt’s Bees Baby
  2. LovedBaby
  3. Finn & Emma
  4. Hanna Andersson
  5. Monica + Andy  $$$
  1. Oliver & Rain
  2. Under the Nile
  3. Nui Organics
  4. ParadeOrganics
  5. Mini Mori

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