Seeing your baby’s closet with the little clothes hanging on those cute hangers is a sure way to make you feel all warm and fuzzy even after a series of sleepless nights. Here are some of our Canadian based clothing favourites that will be a great addition to your baby’s closet:
1. Matching Mama and Baby Sweaters by North Kinder
North Kinder is a Vancouver based company which ensures its products are ethically made with sustainable materials. Their matching Mama and Baby Sweaters are easy to wear, comfortable and perfect for the Canadian winter. Not to mention you can finally use the hashtag “#matchymatchy” on Instagram.
2. The pom fleece hat by Lille Mus
Your baby can never have enough baby hats in Canada. Might as well have a cute hat that looks fabulous in pictures even if your little one has Goldfish crumbs all over their face. The pom pom beanie hat by Lille Mus is a soft bamboo/cotton fleece blend material with a faux fur pom.
3. Hand made slippers by Padraig Cottage
The hand crocheted slippers by Padraig Cottage are not only cute but also very functional for your little one. The material allows your baby’s feet to breathe freely yet stay warm. They also have nice leather soles which enable comfortable and stable walking.
4. A sweater that gives back by Plümkids Label
If you are looking to support businesses that give back, 10% of every Tiny Human item from Plümkids Label goes to support charities that aid financial and medical needs of children. Their Tiny Human sweater will keep your baby warm and cozy in the winter months.
5. A romper with elbow patches by Os & Oakes
Os & Oakes was established in London, Ontario and its products have that contemporary minimalist look. Bring back the elbow patch couture trend with this adorable baby romper seen here.
Anisa Shivji is a Torontonian fashion blogger with a love for baby couture since the birth of her 1 year old daughter. Her hobbies include jetsetting (pre-pandemic!) for fashion inspiration, discovering new shops in her neighbourhood and rediscovering the world through her daughter’s eyes. She is also a pharmacist and entrepreneur in the long term care industry. One of her biggest tips for new moms is to remember that it takes a village to raise a child, and not forget to also make time for yourself.