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Looking at getting some high quality low cost Long sleeve and short sleeve onesies. Which are the best quality, but are the lowest cost? Where do you buy your plain onesies and under garments for layering your LO?
Thanks in advance.
jalleallen:Looking at getting some high quality low cost Long sleeve and short sleeve onesies. Which are the best quality, but are the lowest cost? Where do you buy your plain onesies and under garments for layering your LO?Thanks in advance.
I really prefer Carters over Gerbers because they run true to size and have better softer fabric and more durable. You can often find them on the racks at discounters like Ross and Marshalls for $10-11 for a 5 pack.
The Target Just One You line made by Carters seems to be of similar quality.
I once found some Gerber T-shirt style undershirts without the snaps and I really love those for layering, but I haven't seen them very frequently. We bought the largest size available 24m but since they run small we've been using it since the newborn stage.
Whatever you do, don't buy Gerber brand onesies. They are thin, cheap fabric, run small and they shrink in the wash. Carter's is the best. If you have an outlet near you, that is always a good option, but they run sales often online and have a 20% coupon every week. They run true to size, are good quality and they are cute.
Carter's are the best cheaper brand in my opinion. I have seen them on clearance at Target a lot lately.
I think Gerber is fine for undershirts if you just need an extra layer. They do run very small.
Carters is good. I just bought some plain onesies from Old Navy that seem really nice. I also like the plain onesies from Walmart - garganimals brand I believe.
I really like the Gerber long sleeve undershirts for layering under other outfits, but my baby was a peanut. I'm just now noticing that they are getting a little too short.
All of my other NB onesies are Carter's and they are great. I have Gap ones too, which are thicker and nicer, but I haven't had a chance to use them yet because they are huge. Circo ones are huge as well, so I haven't used mine of those either.