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    Default What's in your toddler's winter wardrobe?

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    As the title says - what's in your toddler's winter wardrobe?

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    Leggings, tights, fleecy track pants and one or two pairs of jeans.

    Socks, singlets

    Long sleeved tshirts, some short tshirts and zip up jackets.

    Shoes of some description, probably little sneakers or leather Velcro shoes (only been walking for a week or so)

    I picked up some pieces at the end of last season, the rest will go on layby when the new season stock comes in. She will be 18m-2yo this winter.

    Hth!

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    Everything! DS will be 18 months - 2 this winter also - I stocked up when the USA had their thanksgiving day sales at the end of November, all their winter stuff was on sale for fantastic prices, DH thought I was mad spending so much on something he won't fit into until next year but he will thank me when I don't have to go shopping in Winter ! I got him mainly from Ralph Lauren & Gap:
    Rain boots
    Sneakers x 2
    Hoodies x 4
    Long sleeve t shirts x 4
    Polo shirts x 3
    Cargo pants x 2
    Tracksuit pants x 6
    jeans x 2
    Jumpers x 2
    vest x 1
    Hat x 1
    Socks x 16
    Turtleneck sweaters x 2
    Long sleeve body suits x 6
    Long sleeve pj's x 4
    Collared dress shirts x 2

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    For dd I just had lots of tights and long sleeve shirts, 2 jumpers and a couple of warm going out outfits.


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    We used to live in a very cold winter climate and I used to dress my toddler daughters in little skirts (heavy set material like tartan etc) with thick stockings/leggings underneath, skivvies (galore), spencers underneath their clothes, coats, Ponchos (they loved wearing these, but some toddlers don't like their hands/arms covered up), pants, jeans, boots, gloves, mittens and beanies.
    If they wore dresses, I would always put a plain skivvy on underneath (if the dress had no sleeves) and stockings on.

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    For dd I just had lots of tights and long sleeve shirts, 2 jumpers and a couple of warm going out outfits.


    Me and She - 4

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    A few coats of different thicknesses, a couple of jumpers/hoodies/cardigans.
    Some long sleeved tee shirts, skivvies & thermals, and two flannelette shirts, a couple of pairs of jeans, and tracksuit pants/sloppy joes or coveralls for at home.
    Then just some sneakers and covered in shoes

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    A few pairs of jeans
    Pair of cargos
    6 pairs of trackies
    8 jumpers/hoodies/jackets
    4 long sleeve shirts - I found the kids just wore tee shirts underneath jackets or jumpers


 

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