I wanted to quickly share what has become Jack’s “uniform” for these cooler months. I am a big fan of figuring out a uniform for toddlers. 1) It makes shopping simple, 2) it cuts down on any stress in the morning, and 3) it makes laundry simpler too. I shared what his summer wardrobe consisted of and now it’s time to talk about the fall. Honestly, it’s even easier than the summer wardrobe and it’s working out perfectly so far.
I do buy fun pieces of clothing for special occasions and outings, but in terms of what we’re putting on every day… this is the uniform so far! I have some pieces for snow gear tucked away, which I’ll share once I’m able to put things to the test. For now, these are our tried and true.
Even though this seems pretty basic, we can make all different kinds of outfits from it. We have been layering short sleeve or long sleeve tees under the sweater or sweatshirts because some days it’s freezing in the morning and warm by the afternoon (and his preschool is pretty warm). Swapping in a sweater for a sweatshirt and changing in boots instead of sneakers can quickly elevate the outfit to more than just a daycare uniform, without drastically changing the comfort level. Everything on this list is Jack-approved for everyday wear.