As if there aren’t already enough worries with having a new baby, it has now been said that the clothes you put on your baby say as much about you and your socioeconomic status as your own attire.
According to The Times you have four weeks during which your baby is not required to work anything more taxing than a neutral baby grow, but after that it is time to step it up and the advice is as follows:
• To keep up with the ‘Sloaneses’ dress your baby in Boden
• A Notting Hillbilly mum dresses their baby in ilovegorgeous
• Suburban babies wear John Lewis