How to dress your baby for cold weather (infographic)


Everyone knows to dress in layers when it’s cold. But did you know that the wrong layers will defeat the purpose?

So, how do you dress your baby to be comfy and warm all winter long? We've put together an infographic that shows you how. 

Did you for example know that the neck and upper back is the perfect place to feel if your baby is too warm or too cold? (If it feels wet, remove one layer.) 

Did you also know that when wool gets wet, it will still keep you warm? 

Wearing a base layers in soft merino wool it's the safest and best. Take it from a Norwegian.

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Below you can see the full infographic, and learn when to put which pieces of clothing on your little one too keep her comfy and happy.

  

 

 


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