Which pyjamas or sleepwear should you choose for your little one? Dressing baby at bedtime can be a bit delicate. Here is our practical advice and a selection of pretty clothes they won’t want to take off!
Footed pyjamas are a must-have for newborn layettes. Your choice of pyjamas deserves special attention, since your newborn will be wearing them a lot, both day and night.
Baby pyjamas are convenient: they keep you from having to pull on multiple articles of clothing and they stay in place even as Baby moves. The right pyjama materials can help your child sleep better and regulate their temperature.
For little boys or little girls: don’t forget to include several footed pyjamas in their wardrobe: newborn clothing tends to get dirty quickly, providing an opportunity to change them.
If your baby is premature or sensitive, avoid pieces that are complicated to put on. What type of sleepwear is best? Pyjamas with snap buttons at the crotch are particularly easy to remove. Later, or if you’re comfortable changing your newborn, you can choose pieces with snaps at the back and bottom.
To pamper Baby's delicate skin, quality is always the best choice. At Jacadi, all our collections are designed and perfected in our Paris workshops. A promise of expertise and wellbeing, which can be seen in our exceptional garments, detailing, and fine finishes. New parents with an eye for quality can count on us!
And for parents interested in both quality and protecting the environment, Jacadi, which has always been committed to CSR, offers a wide range of clothing and accessories in organic cotton.
Pyjamas and sleepwear: your choice will vary based on the season. When temperatures are cool, choose a bodysuit with long sleeves and velvet sleepwear.
In the summer, a short-sleeved bodysuit and cotton sleepwear are perfect. Between seasons, we recommend the combination of a long-sleeved bodysuit and cotton sleepwear.
Choose the thickness of your baby’s sleeping bag based on their room temperature (check the heat index: TOG). Note: two-piece pyjamas can leave the belly exposed and are better suited to babies ages two and up.
Last tip: even in hot weather, an infant should not sleep naked. Their very fragile skin could be damaged through repeated friction with the fitted sheet and their diaper needs to be held in place by an article of clothing, even a light one.
From classics with refined detailing to elaborate, sober, or fun necklines, Jacadi offers a wide range of charming pyjamas and sleepwear with impeccable finishes.
Comfortably wrapped up in delightful sleepwear that’s crafted from noble materials and exquisitely soft, your little one is ready to sleep tight.