Review: Zipit Baby Clothes

Disclaimer: I received the following products for review. All thoughts and opinions are 100% my own.

Zipit Baby Clothing Review - DoyleDispatch.com

When I go to dress Audrey and David, I will always pick comfort first. If it’s a hot day, the babies will be in just a onesie (or even just a diaper if we are staying at the house). If it’s cold, they will be in fleece pants and a warm top… even if that means their clothes don’t match. Still, now that we have figured out both babies’ personalities, they have developed a style within these comfortable parameters. Still, we always will choose items that are soft and easy to dress (and undress) before style.

When I heard about Zipit Baby Clothes, I was so intrigued. As their tagline says, “Dressing with zippers means more time for playtime.” I couldn’t agree more! We need quick, easy outfits for “costume changes” and quick dressing. Don’t get me wrong, we love the onesies with the snaps at the crotch, but there is something so easy about a full zip-up outfit.

Zipit Baby Clothing Review - DoyleDispatch.com

We received a coordinating set of milk and cookie rompers in Zipit’s 6-9 month size, and it compares perfectly with other clothing brands in this size. Even before I could take the rompers out of the box, we had a hit on our hands.

Zipit Baby Clothing Review - DoyleDispatch.com

Once I was able to wrangle the boxes away from the twins and get out the clothes, I was immediately struck with how soft these clothes are. Seriously, I would like to own this for myself (although I don’t think it would be appropriate to have a picture of cookies on my bottom).

Zipit Baby Clothing Review - DoyleDispatch.com

 

Zipit Baby Clothing Review - DoyleDispatch.com

As soon as I went to put these outfits on Audrey and David, I knew these were incredibly well-made. The zipper is so easy to zip up and down, and it completely unzips diagonally, for easy diaper changes. Plus, the details of the zipper are even adorable.

Zipit Baby Clothing Review - DoyleDispatch.com

Zipit Baby Clothing Review - DoyleDispatch.com

Zipit Baby Clothing Review - DoyleDispatch.com

I love that there isn’t a tag to scratch the back of the babies’ necks.

Zipit Baby Clothing Review - DoyleDispatch.com

I also really like the way that there is a top snap to secure the romper in place so that the zipper doesn’t fall down.

Zipit Baby Clothing Review - DoyleDispatch.com

 

Plus, you can’t get a much cuter tushie (or two).

Zipit Baby Clothing Review - DoyleDispatch.com
Zipit Baby Clothing Review - DoyleDispatch.com
Zipit Baby Clothing Review - DoyleDispatch.com

Zipit Baby Clothing Review - DoyleDispatch.com

One other added perk with these rompers were the lengths of the legs. They hit at just below the knee, which is perfect for the baby that is learning to crawl (like ours are). They won’t scratch up their legs as they work to support themselves on their knees and rock back and forth.

Zipit Baby Clothing Review - DoyleDispatch.com

Zipit Baby Clothing Review - DoyleDispatch.com

 

And with all of this, I will say that the boxes are still more interesting to my peanuts.


Zipit Baby Clothing Review - DoyleDispatch.com

Bottom line: As a mom to twins, we are constantly looking for something to easily dress and change our babies, as we often have one child crying while the other is getting our attention. ZipIt clothes are the perfect solution to help us get each baby changed quickly and on to the next! Plus, these adorable coordinating rompers are perfect for the duo like ours, but they still aren’t too matchy-matchy!

Zipit Baby Clothing Review - DoyleDispatch.com
Zipit Baby Clothing Review - DoyleDispatch.com
Zipit Baby Clothing Review - DoyleDispatch.com

The best thing is that ZipIt clothes have gift sets (carrying case, playsuit, blanket, and top hat), playsuits, dresses, rompers, onesies, pants, gowns, blankets, and hats. To find out more information or to purchase your own ZipIt outfit, you can visit the following:

Zipit Baby Clothing Review - DoyleDispatch.com

 

 

 

Did you like this? Share it:

Speak Your Mind

*