Marathon Search of Indian Traditional Wear, for Babies and Toddlers

Marathon Search of Indian Traditional Wear, for Babies and Toddlers

What a sight it is to see little babies and kids dressing up in our country’s traditional outfits! Well the sight is very pleasant but not the experience and availability to buy this little glittering garb. The day I became a mother, I was excited to dress up my son in our traditional kurta pyjama. 

 

Soon came the day of his head shaving (mundan) ceremony for which I was looking for a khaadi cotton soft ethnic wear so that he doesn’t feel irritated as kids often feel uncomfortable in such outfits. I visited some of the best kids wear stores but unfortunately, none of them had ethnic wear collection. I even checked with  some Indian wear retail brands for kids ethnic wear, but their kids range started from 4-5 year old children. This left me unhappy because I will have to resort to shorts and shirt/t-shirt only again. 

 

However, I still kept my search on for the traditional kurta pyjama - now through online selling platforms. Simply typing ‘kurta pyjama for baby boy’ on Amazon gave me numerous options. I ordered 2-3 outfits from various brands as all of them were new names to me and I did not have time to order, check, return and reorder. Out of all the outfits I ordered, I most liked the one from a brand named Superminis. Their Indian wear outfits start from as small as a 3 month old baby. Plenty of colours and designs to choose from - all in khaadi and handloom cotton fabric. Although, I ordered a very simple kurta pyjama, so that my son wears it without any tantrums, but this brand has a great deal of designs in kurta pyjamas and even dhoti kurtas. Honestly, I have already selected one for the Janmashtami festival to dress him up as little Krishna! Do checkout their collection of Indian wear for your little heroes. 

 

So after running from store to store, however big or small, my search for baby wear Indian outfits got concluded with this online Superminis brand. I really want to thank them for selling Indian clothes for such small babies.