It’s that time of year when the air is starting to bring hints of cinnamon, pumpkin spice, and everything nice. Also: weather fluctuations! So today we’re sharing some tips on dressing your little one in comfort and style (including a peek at our new fall collection!) this season.
Tips on comfort and style
Two words: cotton; layers. 100% cotton clothing—preferably organic—is the most comfortable thing for baby any time of year. It’s breathable and soft against baby’s skin, and it works well for layering.
For cool days, a general rule of thumb is that baby needs one more layer than an adult would need. And, as you probably know, fall can be fickle, with drastic swings in temperature. So, it’s great to have easy, breezy layers that can easily be added or removed. The American Academy of Pediatrics offers more tips for dressing your baby, especially helpful if you are altogether new at trying to get little ones in and out of clothing.
What are some on-trend styles for baby this fall?
On-point graphics Simple statement pieces remain on-trend this fall for kiddos this fall. Our new collection features tees and bodysuits that are sweet, sassy, and all about the season.
Cozy fall vibes Do you and your littles love autumn outings and treats as much as we do? Apple picking, pumpkin carving, hayrides...and yes, pumpkin spice lattes for the grown-ups! Well, we’ve got just the thing to perk up your little ones' fall wardrobe (and just think of the adorable photo sessions!).
Natural and neutral Over the past months, in both kid and adult fashions, the trend of natural comfort keeps growing. This means eco-friendly materials and nature-inspired patterns and prints—as well as easygoing unisex designs. This fall you'll see a lot of neutral tones with pops of color including earth tones made with sustainable dyes. We've got you covered!
Sibling matching This season sees the sibling-matching trend still going strong. All of our new fall designs are available in both baby bodysuit and toddler tee.
Autumn is definitely one of our favorite seasons (could you tell?), and we can’t wait to see your photos tagging #finnandemma on Instagram!