If we want to look back to our childhood, the best and most enjoyable things that can be started is “baby clothes”.
Almost everyone is fascinated by baby clothes especially those for Infants,
- In the sixteenth century, the clothes worn by children (both male and female) were of a single nature and lacked sexual distinction.
- Over time, all that changed, and babe wear market is one of the most lucrative segments in the global clothes industry, Reaching $ 173.6 billion in 2017, Europe and the U.S are the major consumers of the global children wear market.
- Babies have sensitive skin and are unable to regulate their temperatures, so this should be taken into consideration when looking for best clothes for your baby, you have to look very good where baby clothes are made up of a variety of combinations of fabric; Cotton fabric is the most common choice for babies because it is soft, highly absorbent and gentle on a baby’s skin, but you must know it will shrink up to 10% upon the first wash and dry cycle if you use heat, and there are also fabrics that have cotton as parts of them, such as Cotton-Polyester and Cotton-Spandex Blends, these fabrics give your baby an ultimate comfort, dries quickly, easy to care for and are less expensive than baby clothes made of a 100% natural fiber, also there are clothes made of Wools which known for its warmth.
- and Bamboo, which good for sensitive skin and thermal-regulating by adjusting the baby’s body temperature and anti-bacterial.
- When you buy new clothes for your baby, it’s should be washed before you use them, This will help to remove any substances or dust, because babies—especially newborns—usually have sensitive skin, and washing removes residues and other irritants, some parents think it is important to hand-wash all baby clothes using a specialist baby detergent, but there is really no reason why you can’t use washing machine, any way you can use a very mild soap for washing baby clothes – not necessarily a specialist baby laundry detergent.
- Some outfits or delicate wools may not be suitable for machine washing, so make sure to read the garment’s care label and look for that machine-washable label. Usually, you can wash your baby’s clothes at 30 degrees C or 40 degrees C.