Summer is here and I thought I would come up with an essential list of clothes for your toddler boy. You don’t have to spend a lot on summer clothes. Most of the time your little boy will be running around in tees and shorts. Now that my baby has grown up, I love to shop Mom-to-Mom Sales for stocking up on clothes. I am also grateful to family and friends who have gifted us with beautiful outfits.
Essentials or Basic Clothing
- Body Suits/Onesies – 5 Nos. I love these while my toddler is still in diapers. The diapers stay in place and my toddler has not yet figured to remove the snaps. I also have a few nicer looking Sport Onesies/Body Suits which can be worn outside.
- Short Sleeve Tees – 5 Nos. My toddler often wears tees over body suits specially while going outside. This way his diaper won’t show up over his shorts.
- Full Sleeve Tees – 2 Nos. We use these on cool or breezy summer days.
- Cotton Sleepers/Pyjamas – 2 pairs. I prefer zippered footless sleepers for summer over 2 piece pajamas.
- Shorts – 5 Nos.
- Casual Light Pants – 3 Nos. We wear these on cooler summer days.
- Collared Shirt – 1 No. I hate that I have to iron cotton shirts.
- Formal Cotton Pant – 1
- Summer Hat – 1
- Sandals – 1 pair
- Shoes – 1 pair
- Cotton Vests – 2
- Romper – 2 Nos. I love cotton, plaid rompers. They look so classic and I love it especially for Church.
- Shortalls – 2 Nos. Toddler boys look adorable in shortalls. However, my toddler has started to remove the bottom snaps.
- Polos – 2 Nos. These pair well with shortalls. You can also use cute bow ties with polos.
- Dressy Outfits – 1 or 2. I splurged a little and bought a Sailor Outfit for my son’s birthday and a 5 piece formal outfit for his baptism anniversary.
- You can turn your toddler’s casual outfits into stylish ones using a few accessories. This way you won’t have to spend a lot of money of dressy outfits.
- You can read about dressing your toddler for winter over here.
- If you have an infant, you can read more about the outfits needed for summer and winter over here.