You should dress up the baby with clothes that are easy to wear, machine washable and most importantly to be cotton clothing .The underwear, it is better to be all white, so that to be possible to be washed at 60 degrees C.
Pay attention to avoid any sharp buttoning on baby clothing, as well as any clothes with excessive, glittering “stones” and pearls.
Be careful, the tops and blouses to have openings to be easy to wear, as well as the trousers and bodysuits to open from bottom, in order to be able to change the nappy easily, without having to undress the baby completely.
Also make sure that the elastics of the socks are not very tight.
As in regard to how many clothes the baby to wear, it is not necessary to over-dress it. If the room temperature is regular, the baby should wear only a vest under the bodysuit or under the pajamas and the socks. Usually, babies feel hotter than the adults.
When it is bedtime, remember that the baby sleeps easier uncovered, as soon as it falls asleep then you can cover it with a blanket, up to its back only. With time, as the baby grows up and starts pulling the covers, the sleeping bag is very convenient. When the baby wakes up, it must put on at least a sleeveless jacket for about half an hour, until its body returns to its normal temperature.
As the baby grows up and starts walking, it starts sweating too, so you must dress it with lighter clothing. You must always check if the baby is sweaty to change its clothes.
During winter time, when you take the baby outdoors, do not dress it like an “onion”. Dress it with the usual clothes as when the baby is at home and you just add a jacket on and if necessary a beanie and gloves. It is very convenient the baby to wear a light top or shirt under the jacket. This way, if the weather gets warm much more than expected and in order the baby not to start sweating, it can stay with the shirt only, after taking off the jacket.
When taking the baby out with the pram, better keep the pram’s accessories with, such as the tent or hood for the rain and the legs’ cover.