Bodysuits for your baby in different variations

We are pleased to present you our selection of baby bodysuits for boys and girls. Here you will find bodysuits with different designs. Are you looking for a single bodysuit or a bodysuit set for your baby or you want to make a present? Of course, the playsuits are available individually, in a pack of three or in a set of five. If you are looking for special bodysuits for the warm months in spring and summer, then click here to have a look at our short-sleeved bodysuits. For the cooler days and nights, we have cute designed bodies on offer, discover our long-sleeved bodysuits here. Whether it's a boy or a girl, your child will feel comfortable with the soft fabrics. Of course, there's plenty of room for nappies in our baby bodysuits. If you have any further questions, please click here to go directly to our FAQ section on the subject of baby bodysuits. Alternatively, you can contact us directly and we will be happy to help you.

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Only the best for your baby: bodysuits made from organic cotton

Are you looking for long or short-sleeved bodysuits for babies and toddlers made of organic cotton? Then you've come to the right place! We offer single, 3-pack & 5-set bodysuits made from soft sustainable materials. We have marked the organic cotton products for you with a green tree on the product image. It is not only important for the environment and the future of your child, but also for the sensitive skin of your baby that the romper or bodysuit is produced in an environmentally friendly and sustainable way. We consciously select the manufacturers and pay attention to good materials, such as organic cotton. The designs of the individual manufacturers should also catch the eye.

  • Baby Corner
  • Blue Seven
  • Dirkje
  • Lemon Beret
  • LeoZ
  • Name It
  • KidsOnly

Baby bodysuits: perfectly equipped for the start in life

The bodysuit is an essential part of a newborn baby's wardrobe. We recommend changing bodysuits for the night, so that any nappy changes are less stressful for you and your child. Bodysuits will also accompany toddlers as they grow up and are therefore not only wearable from baby age up to 12 months, but also in toddler age. Sleeveless bodysuits can be worn in summer, in winter we recommend our long-sleeved bodysuits. Rompers and bodysuits are worn during the day, but they are also great for sleeping. A bodysuit set with cute designs is also the right gift for newborns and toddlers. You can filter by popular colours for boys or girls beforehand or get inspired by our range of unisex baby bodysuits.

Frequently asked questions & answers about our bodysuits for babies

The baby bodysuit not only protects sensitive skin, but is also easy to put on and take off. Legroom for babies is also important. The bodysuits offer enough space for the nappy and give it extra support.

Since the bodysuits are also considered underwear, 6-8 bodysuits are recommended. Just as adults change their underwear regularly, this also applies to babies.

Preferably WITHOUT chemical cleaning agents! Simple household remedies often help, such as baking soda for carrot stains or potato starch for spinach stains. Bile soap also helps with vomit.

Most baby bodysuits have buttons in the crotch for easy nappy changing. There are also special changing bodysuits, these have a row of buttons on the side that go all the way to the crotch to make changing the nappy very easy.

As a rule of thumb, the size in cm corresponds to the clothing size. If your boy or girl is 65 cm tall, you should go for size 68. It's better to be a little too big and have more freedom than too small and tight. You can find more information about sizes for babies and children here on our help pages.

A baby body is a one-piece suit and has no, short or long sleeves but no legs. A romper suit is also a one-piece but has long legs.

There are different lengths of sleeves, so there are sleeveless, short-sleeved and long-sleeved baby bodysuits. Then there are also special changing bodysuits for babies, which can be opened at the bottom and sides to make changing nappies even easier.

There are no rules about this. For some children it is simply relaxed to wear a bodysuit. As soon as your child goes to the toilet alone, it is advisable to stop wearing a bodysuit, as it is easier to pull down trousers than to undo the buttons on the crotch to go to the toilet.

The bodysuit is your baby's underwear and is worn like a second skin. The bodysuit for your boy or girl should therefore be soft and, if possible, made of natural materials. For easy undressing and dressing, there should be few buttons that are easy to open. You should make sure that nothing is sewn on that could come loose and be swallowed by the baby.