Do you think you have everything you need for your baby’s arrival? Have you remembered the onesies?
Onesies are a must-have for babies, no matter the season or month they are born.
Surprisingly, there are quite a few decisions to make when buying these, like knowing which material is best, how to find the right size and more. We’re here to guide you through your onesie shopping, so let’s get started.
The Best Baby Onesies of 2020
If you want to get a better idea of what to look for when searching for the perfect onesies, check out the buying guide below. Otherwise, here are the best, so let’s jump right in.
1. The Beatles Lyrics Infant Baby Boys' 5 Pack Onesies
If you or your spouse are fans of The Beatles, there’s a high chance you’re both going to like these onesies. How about a sing-along before bedtime?
The fabric is a cotton and polyester blend, so it’s warm but breathable. The expandable lap shoulders make it easier to dress your little one.
2. aden + anais Baby Boys' Kimono Bodysuit
Muslin is a popular fabric when it comes to baby products. Muslin is gentle on a baby’s skin, and also tends to get softer with every wash. How awesome is that?
This onesie is a kimono-wrap style. If your baby doesn’t like to have clothing pulled over their head, this wraparound style would be a good option. It’s available in several sizes and designs.
3. Babysoy Organic Baby Onesie
A cute animal print will make any piece of clothing ten times sweeter. This one is made out of ultra-soft cotton and bamboo blend.
The material is light and can be used summer and winter. It has long sleeves, which are good for chilly nights. The onesie is available in six different animal prints, such as a rabbit, chimp, or wolf.
4. Geekiest Baby Ever Onesie
If you’re a nerd at heart, you might want your legacy to live on in your baby! This onesie is white, with a large “Dungeons and Dragons” design.
The fabric is high quality, 100 percent cotton and the print is highly durable ink, to survive multiple washes. Apparently, the stats mean the baby is cute — of course!
5. Burt's Bees Baby Unisex Baby Short Sleeve Bodysuits
What’s better than organic for your little one? Especially if your baby is prone to skin irritation, Burt’s Bees has you covered. If you want something soft, stretchy, and breathable — these onesies should be ideal.
Made from 100 percent organic cotton, there are five adorable sets to choose from, each set containing five bodysuits.
6. Disney Baby Boys' Mickey 5 Pack Bodysuits
Disney is a magical world, not only for kids but also for adults. Mickey and Minnie are classic Disney characters and these onesies have you covered.
These bodysuits are made from a cotton and polyester blend, and the machine-washable prints don’t fade or run.
For those of us with little ladies? Here’s a Minnie Mouse version you might like.
7. Teeker Unisex Baby Cotton Onesie
Keeping your little one warm is crucial. One thing you might consider for the colder weather is a long-sleeved onesie with legs.
This onesie is fitted with snaps down the front and legs, so it’s easy to take on and off, or open for diaper changes. Made from an organic cotton and spandex blend, it helps keep your baby comfy and cozy.
The jumpsuit is available in three colors, each with a cute animal print on the front.
8. Moon and Back Baby Set of 5 Organic Long-Sleeve Bodysuits
When you put your baby down for the night, it’s always good to know they will be comfortable. Long-sleeved onesies are good for chilly nights — or days.
These pretty bodysuits are made from soft, 100 percent organic cotton to keep your little one snug. A wide range of styles is available, with each pack containing five onesies. Newborn and preemie sizes have built-in cuff mitts.
9. Hudson Baby Cotton Bodysuits
If you want to save money, but don’t want to compromise on quality, these packs are a great value. If you’re like me and spending a lot on a piece of clothing that will soon be covered in spit-up is not your idea of fun, check them out!
This five-pack is available in a range of colors and sizes, so you’re sure to find one you’ll love. The material is 100 percent cotton and is good quality. The sizing is quite generous, however, so if you need them to fit right away, don’t buy a size up.
10. Tstars You Can Do This Dad
Baby clothes are not always easy to figure out. My husband has changed his fair share of reversed diapers. If your partner, like mine, finds it difficult to dress your baby without supervision, this humorous onesie guide is a great idea!
The onesie has expandable shoulders for easy dressing, saving tears from baby and daddy. It’s also made with 100 percent cotton and available in blue, pink, or white.
11. Gerber Unisex Baby 5-Pack Short-Sleeve White Onesies
If you’re crafty, you might enjoy customizing your baby’s clothes with some safe fabric markers, or even tie-dye (ask your mom, she’ll know what I mean).
Or maybe you’re just practical and want something pure and simple for your little one. If you are a “team green” mom-to-be, this could be worth a look.
These onesies are pure cotton rib, and the hems are double stitched so they will survive wash after wash. One thing to note is that they may shrink a little with washing, so buying a size larger could ensure they fit.
12. Little Treasure Baby Cotton Bodysuits
Tacky Christmas sweaters are a must-have, right? If you want something cute for your baby to wear this Christmas as well, you might like these onesies.
They come in packs of three, and there are a few Christmas designs to select from, as well as other choices. I personally like the “Santa Baby” for girls. For the boys, this set is so cute, too.
The onesies are long sleeved and have a wide-neck opening.
13. Luvable Friends Baby Cotton Bodysuits
If you don’t know whether you’re expecting a boy or girl, you might be considering unisex clothing. Or you’re being practical and also thinking of future siblings. With so many color options, you don’t have to stick to white only, either.
These adorable Luvable Friends onesies are made from soft cotton and the pack has five different designs, all with a light gray/yellow theme. Other color options are available, in sizes up to 24 months.
14. Warner Brothers Baby Newborn Boy Five-Pack Superman Bodysuits
Superheroes and babies go great together. These onesies are made from a cotton and polyester blend — soft and breathable — ready to take flight. Daddy will love showing off his new little man in any of these colorful onesies.
The overlapping shoulders and snap closures will help to make those superhero diaper changes even quicker. If you have a little heroine, Warner Bros didn’t leave the girls out either.
15. Baby Thanksgiving Onesie Outfit
It’s a time for us to be grateful for not only everything we have but also all the love we share. Here’s another thing to be grateful for, a chance to dress your little one up in a seasonal outfit.
You might be visiting friends or family — why not dress your baby in an outfit that reads “Daddy and Mommy’s Little Turkey!” The four-piece outfit is made out of a cotton blend, including romper, pants, a hat, and matching headband.
16. Oklady 3Pcs/ Outfit Set
Here’s another time of year that you dress up in silly costumes and use your kids as an excuse to eat insane amounts of candy.
If you’re not into fancy dress, you might like this brightly colored pumpkin outfit instead. The style and color would suit a boy or girl, and it includes a pair of pants and a matching hat, with the onesie reading “My First Halloween.”
The three-piece outfit consists of a long-sleeved bodysuit, pants with an elastic waist, plus a matching hat.
17. AW Fashions One-Piece Baby Bodysuit
A good list wouldn’t be complete without a little naughtiness, right? Whether you want something for your child or you’re in need of a sassy baby shower present, this onesie checks all the boxes.
Made out of pure cotton, it’s stretchy and the print is made with durable ink, so it will last through multiple washes.
How Many Do I Need?
What’s the Best Material?
You might end up more confused after looking at the label, I know that happens to me sometimes. You want to make sure you choose a material that is soft, and remember, a baby’s skin is sensitive.
A good material to consider is cotton. It absorbs moisture, keeping your little one dry. It’s also gentle on the skin, and less likely to trigger any reaction.
If you can’t find pure cotton, look for a blend that includes polyester, spandex, or bamboo. These are also breathable and much easier to care for.
It’s impossible to predict how big your baby will be or how fast they will grow once they’ve arrived.
Below is a quick guide to the sometimes confusing world of baby sizes. Of course, the sizes are approximate and will vary, depending on the manufacturer and product.
- Newborn: Generally, this size is up to around 7 pounds in weight. If your ultrasound shows you might have a big baby, you’ll want to skip this size.
- 0-3 months: 7–12 pounds, up to about 23 inches. Some babies may even skip this size.
- 3-6 months: 12–17 pounds, up to 27 inches.
- 6-12 months: 17–22 pounds, up to 29 inches.
- 12-18 months: 22–27 pounds, up to 31 inches.
If you want to get newborn sizes before baby arrives, choose three or four pieces only. Size 3-6 months is the best one to stock up on before birth. Once your baby is in your loving arms, decide for yourself when you need bigger sizes (2).
How to Wash Baby Onesies
Start by reading the label. I highly suggest checking this before purchasing to make sure the items don’t have any special wash requirements. Think quick and easy.
We need clean clothes fast, and who has time to care for a newborn and wash onesies by hand? Separate everything by color as you normally would and use a mild, perfume-free detergent.
Closing the Buttons
That was it, our ultimate onesie guide. If you’re ever in need of a little inspiration, just look here.
The onesie that really caught our attention was the aden + anais Kimono. When we first-time moms, we found that this style was the easiest when dressing our babies as novices.
Which one was your favorite? Did your baby skip the first sizes or outgrow them too fast? Share your thoughts below, and please share the article!