I don’t know if it’s the change in weather or the sudden realization that Max doesn’t have any fall clothes, but I’ve been on a sweatshirt buying frenzy. Luckily there are so many cute options out there for boys! This year we are taking Max up to Chicago to celebrate Hanukkah with Aarons’s family so we are seriously stocking up on warm weather gear. Here are some of my favorites that I’ve stumbled upon.
ONE. Tot sweatshirt by Tosan. TOSAN is short for O-tosan or father in Japanese. The company believes in the “inherent and undeniable radness of fatherhood” and creates thoughtfully-designed, American-made goods for the dads of the world. I fought the urge to buy the dad version of this sweatshirt for Aaron, because how cute would that be (not cute, according to Aaron)!
TWO. Hedgehog sweatshirt by Zara. I have been loving Zara’s fall collection, both for Max and me. Among the items I’ve picked up for Max is this adorable hedgehog sweatshirt. I’ve been so impressed with the quality of their children’s clothing and at such great prices.
THREE. Bonjour sweatshirt by H&M. H&M has been one of my go to stores for Max since he was born. They offer a wide selection of stylish clothing options at such great prices. Although the boy selection isn’t nearly as adorable as the little girl section, they have plenty of items you’ll adore.
FOUR. Yeah Yeah Yeah sweatshirt by Young One Apparel. Young One Apparel is a brand focused on capturing the spirit of youth. They offer fun casual wear for kids and design loving adults. All garments are made and printed by hand in California. I was especially drawn to this one because Max has recently started saying “yeah yeah yeah”.
FIVE. See Ya! sweatshirt by H&M. Another adorable option from H&M.
SIX. Mash-up Sweatshirt by Crew Cuts. I love the mash-up of stripes in this fun sweatshirt. It is made from high quality materials and is incredibly soft. I waited until it was 40% off before snagging it for Max.
SEVEN. Loose Pique Applique Sweatshirt by Burt’s Bees. I’m consistently impressed with Burt’s Bees line of baby products. We use several of their bath products for Max, but have never tried their clothing line.
EIGHT. Metropolis hoodie by Winter Water Factory. Winter Water Factory is a Brooklyn-based design company that specializes in screen printed textiles and organic kids' clothing. They believe in creating high quality products for a healthy planet. The result is a collection of striking prints with the perfect blend of bold graphics and whimsical illustrations.
NINE. Color Blocked Sweatshirt by Old Navy. This is a great buy for $10! I consistently rely on Old Navy to stock up on basics for Max.
TEN. Super Cosy Pullover Sweatshirt by Mini Boden. I love sweatshirts with a high cowl neckline and front pocket. Now make it in a toddler size and it’s too cute for words.
ELEVEN. Whiz Kid Sweatshirt by Peek Kids. I learned about this brand after receiving a couple adorable items from from Pops and Bebe (Aaron’s parents). While it’s not the most budget friendly place to shop, I always love browsing through their seasonal selections.
TWELVE. Hooded French Terry Pullover by Carters. I love hooded sweatshirts for Max. He had a similar one last year that he wore all the time, but is unfortunately too small.
Top picture: Max wearing the Zara Hedgehog sweatshirt.