It’s never too soon to wear a cozy knit cardigan. These adorable bodysuit designs put the grown-up look of a button-up cardigan (with elbow patches) into a comfortable, easy-change one-piece garment. And the bow ties! Two come with this style to give him several outfit options. There's a whole lot to love about this!
Cute and comfy cardigan bodysuits for baby and toddler boys. Soft to the touch; perfect for playtime.
Beautiful blues! The main body fabric has the slub pattern that we paired with a solid tonal blue for the trims. An adorable white/red/blue plaid tie and a baby blue plaid tie come with it.
This bodysuit has the oatmeal colored slub texture with solid cream-colored trim. We added a window pane plaid brown-gray colored tie and a red plaid tie.
This cute pin polkadot pattern has solid black contrasting trims and a peach plaid tie and another one that is a light aqua blue color plaid.
On this color, the stripes are heathered navy blue and and heathered red with a cream colored plaid tie. The contrast trim colors are red to match the plaid.
The ties on this cutie bodysuit are a cheery orange gingham print tie and a chambray blue tie. The blue and oatmeal colored stripes have the solid blue contrast trim fabric.
Is it a thick black stripe or a thin white one? LOL. We paired this combo with solid white contrast fabric and two cute ties.
This bodysuit has a dark charcoal slub pattern and a solid colored charcoal trim fabric. The cute ties include a white background green and red plaid tie and a peach and navy plaid tie.
Comfy looking red and black buffalo plaid is paired with a solid black contrast fabric on this bodysuit. The tie colors are a deep green and black plaid tie and a white background plaid with red and black.
Why You'll Love It:
Ultrasoft cotton blend knit fabric
Two snap-on interchangeable bowties are included
Cardigan button front styling with front placket buttons and undershirt detail
Contrast color elbow patches and front patch pocket
Nickel-free snaps on the legs
Sizes 3 months to 24 months
Elbow patches had humble beginnings but are now associated with prestige and intelligence. Quite a leap but here's the story: University professors weren't always well paid and the first thing to wear out on a suit jacket is the elbow. Out of necessity, they patched them up. Over time, the look became stereotypical for university professors, so to wear elbow patches was a sign of having a super smart aesthetic.
This look really gives you three options: wear with one of the two included ties or wear without the tie to expose the snap hardware (for a rock and roll punk look you can have extra fun with!). To complete the outfit, you can add a cute jacket, hat or shoes to pull his unique look together.
Machine Wash Warm, Gentle Cycle with like colors
Tumble Dry Low
Warm Iron if needed
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