Shopping for children’s clothes online is an exciting experience that is far more interesting than shopping for our own clothes. From cute characters and vibrant colours, the diversity of kid’s fashion choices will keep us occupied for a good few hours.
However, when you’re buying children’s clothes online, there are lots of other things you should keep in mind to ensure the safety and comfort of your child. You shouldn’t pick out your boys’ and girls’ clothes online simply based on the design and style of the product. Read on to find out more on what you should take note of and where to buy your kid’s clothes.
In the past, many children’s clothes were chemically treated to make them flame retardant to prevent them from catching fire during sleep. However, flame retardant materials are harmful to kids. Till today, some manufacturers continue to use chemicals to keep their products flame retardant.
To keep your boys and girls safe from chemicals, check and ensure that the brand you’re buying clothes from online does not chemically treat their materials. Otherwise, choose to purchase from brands that only produce clothes made from organic materials such as 100% cotton.
This is because on top of flame retardant materials, many baby clothes, when not made of organic materials, can still contain other harmful substances and chemicals such as Formaldehyde, Lead, Phthalates, Perfluorinated chemicals, and others.
Choosing the correct fabric for your children’s clothes is essential for both comfort and safety. Rough material not only irritates your child, but it can also cause abrasion and other serious issues such as skin damage or allergic reactions.
Some materials we recommend you getting include:
Polyester is a flame-resistant material because of its fabric structure, it is also suitable for children as long as your child does not react to it due to its synthetic polymers. It is also water-resistant and less likely to wrinkle.
Cotton is highly recommended for children, especially if the clothing is made entirely of 100% cotton. It is a natural, non-allergenic material that will keep your child safe from rashes, eczema, and asthma while also keeping your child cool and comfortable at all times.
The clothing you get for your child shouldn’t be too big or too small. Although it is more cost-efficient to get larger clothing items that can last throughout your child’s growing years, clothing items that are too large can become tangled up or even suffocate your child when he or she is tossing and turning around in bed. Tight clothing can also cause discomfort and life-threatening issues such as suffocation and choking.
Many children’s clothes sold online may be categorised under Pyjamas because they resemble them, but many come with the disclaimer that they are not suitable for sleeping in. This may not seem like a big deal to us because we can sleep in whatever we want, but this is not the case with children.
Children need proper sleepwear that is meant to be slept in, they will help keep your child safe and comfortable through the night, granting them quality sleep for better energy and growth. Look out for keywords such as pyjamas, the sleep set, or sleepwear to make sure that you’re getting the correct clothes for your child.
Ensuring that your child is comfortable for bed will help ensure that you do not wake up to a grouchy little monster. A good night’s sleep will also make sure that your child remains healthy and energised throughout their growing up years. If you’re not sure where to buy kids’ clothes, check out SUNJI MISE.
SUNJI MISE is a Singapore-based kids fashion store offering a wide range of children’s clothes online. From tops and pants to maternity care products, find what you need within one online shop.
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