With a bodysuit from POMPdeLUX, you get the finest bodysuit in the softest quality for the little ones. All our bodysuits have fine details incorporated in the design, so they can be mixed and matched across the collections.
POMPDELUX BODYSUITS FOR GIRLS
A bodysuit is indispensable in a small child’s wardrobe. A bodysuit is a practical garment and can serve as a top or as underwear – or both.
Since the bodysuit can be worn with most outfits, we make sure that all our bodysuits are practical and comfortable.
A bodysuit can be used as underwear on cooler days but can also easily be a key part of your child’s outfit. In our range, you’ll find bodysuits for every occasion.
Bodysuits for all occasions
At POMPdeLUX, we put emphasis on quality, and our bodysuits are made from the finest and softest materials. Our bodysuits come in different materials and designs, so you can find one for any occasion and any kind of weather.
For warmer days, check out our soft cotton bodysuits of high quality, that are breathable and ensures that your girl does not get too warm. Our bodysuits in cotton are available as basics with simple designs but also with cute prints and nice details.
For when the weather forecast is cold, POMPdeLUX also offers gorgeous bodysuits crafted from the finest quality merino wool. Merino wool is known for adapting to the body’s own warmth and is, therefore, perfect for keeping little ones warm on cold days.
Easy and practical
Getting kids dressed in the morning can easily be a challenge, but our designs make it simple and convenient. A pair of hidden snap fasteners at the shoulder create a larger neck opening, which makes it easier to dress your girl without compromising comfort or design. The bodysuit is also equipped with snap fasteners at the bottom: a practical detail during nappy changes.
What age do kids stop wearing bodysuits?
Most kids stop wearing bodysuits at the age of 2-3. Partly because clothing stores usually only offer bodysuits up to 24 months old and because when kids start potty training and become more independent they may prefer to use separate tops and bottoms. However, what age kids stop wearing bodysuits will always depend on the child’s preferences, developmental stage and cultural factors as well as the parents’ opinion on the matter.
Should I size up or down in a bodysuit?
If you don’t know the baby’s size it’s always a good idea to size up as a rule of thumb. However, when it comes to sizing for a bodysuit for a child it’s best to check the sizing chart provided by the manufacturer and measure your child before buying. It is tempting to size up, so your child can grow in the bodysuit and you save money, but a too large bodysuit can create uncomfortable gaps or wrinkles whereas a too snug bodysuit can restrict your child’s movements. A bodysuit should always be comfortable and snug.