Size chart for babies and children:
|Size label used in our shop||Height||Age||Weight||Corresponding US / UK sizes|
|Preemie||up to 45 cm||Premature||up to 2.5 kg||PM, Preemie|
|Newborn||45-55 cm||Newborn||2.5-4 kg||0M, NB, Newborn|
|60||55-65 cm||1-4 months||4-8 kg||3M|
|70||65-75 cm||5-10 months||7-11 kg||6M, 9M|
|80||75-85 cm||11-18 months||9-13 kg||12M, 18M|
|90||85-95 cm||1.5-3 years||10-16 kg||2T, 3T|
|100||95-105 cm||2.5-4 years||12-19 kg||3T, 4T|
|110||105-115 cm||3.5-5 years||14-21 kg||4T, 5T|
|120||115-125 cm||5-6.5 years||16-24 kg||6T|
The EASY and correct way to choose baby and children’s clothing size
Choose size by body height! – It’s the most accurate
The best way to choose clothing size for babies and small children is by body height. Choose the size that is closest to your baby’s height.
If available sizes are “80” and “90”, and your baby is 87 cm tall then choose size “90” since it’s the closest.
Choosing clothing size for babies and children based on height is the best and most accurate because it refers to the actual size of your child.
Choose size based on age (if you don’t know the height)
Babies vary in size so choosing size based on age is actually an approximation. Choosing based on age is usually good enough, unless your baby is unusually small or big. Choosing clothing size based on age is a good alternative if you don’t know the child’s height.