monogrammed toddler sweater

Personalized Clothing for Children.

*Image above via Cygnet Living featuring their personalizable bow sweater.

It’s no secret that I love a good monogram, especially emblazoned on tiny children’s clothing. Below, a few favorite personalized pieces for little ones…

WHITE TEE WITH INITIALS OR SCRIPT MONOGRAM

LUIGI KNITS PETER PAN COLLAR DRESSES (MINI OWNS SEVERAL OF THESE, INCLUDING A FEW WITH MONOGRAM)

HAND-KNIT LETTER SWEATERS

SHORTS SET FOR BOYS

ONE OF MY MOST TREASURED PIECES OF HILL’S IS A MONOGRAMMED SAYRE SUNSUIT (LOOK FOR LESS)

TINY SWEATSHIRT AND A SWEATSHIRT WITH A GIANT LIBERTY FLORAL INITIAL

HADLEY & FINN HAS SUCH CREATIVE MONOGRAMMING OPTIONS — CHECK OUT THEIR POLOS, SUNSUITS, TEES (<<HILL HAS THIS ONE)

BOW-SHOULDERED DRESS

CLASSIC WHITE PROPER PEONY DRESS — WOULD LOOK PERFECT WITH A MONOGRAM ON THE COLLAR! — SIMILAR VIBE FOR LESS WITH THIS

CUSTOM CREW NECK SWEATER

GINGHAM BUBBLE

BLOOMERS

CONVERTER GOWN FOR ITTY BITTIES…GREAT GIFT

THIS SWING SET WOULD LOOK PRECIOUS WITH AN ENORMOUS MONOGRAM

PAJAMAS — LOVE THESE AND THESE PERSONALIZED ON THE SEAT

SEERSUCKER RUFFLE SWIMSUIT (AND COORDINATING TRUNKS FOR BROTHER)

TINY SHORTS

FLUTTER SLEEVE BUBBLE

For personalized accessories, you can’t beat these embroidered name bows, pacifier clips, baseball caps (also in gingham!), these straw bags, bibs, sunhats, luggage tags, face masks, quilted luggage, and these hangers.

P.S. Everyday cotton outfits for littles.

P.P.S. Recent children’s finds on Amazon.

P.P.P.S. Mommy + me outfits.

6 Comments

  1. Not a judgment, more of an observation…

    I might be in the minority on this… I think monograms are lovely and a very thoughtful gesture when gifting. However, I feel like they greatly reduce the “hand-me-down-ability” — and thus sustainability — of clothing, which kids seem to outgrow in a blink! Unless siblings have the same initials I suppose (if there even are siblings!)? Then again.. the little sibling, if not yet old enough, probably doesn’t care/mind what letters are on their clothing.

    I don’t mind monograms on kids’ items with more longevity like bags, toy bins, and such… but avoid them on clothes for this reason. I’m curious to know what happens to monogrammed clothing once outgrown!

    1. I agree with you on this. I guess I can imagine one monogrammed piece for a baby/toddler, to live on as an heirloom, but, even then, it would likely only be passed down as a keepsake, not to be re-worn.

    2. Hi Mia — Totally fair point!!! The monogram definitely stunts the longevity/reusability of the item. I have saved all the monogrammed things as heirlooms — some are so precious I have even thought about framing them and putting on a wall. I’ve seen people do that with Baptism dresses and the like…could be cute to do with mini’s monogrammed bonnet? I also have put mini in a few items that were monogrammed with my initials as a child and even my mother’s name (!) — she had a barrette with her name on it from her own childhood that mini has worn. But, broadly, you’re right!

      xx

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