Unlike adults, babies grow rapidly, so there are many ways to indicate the size of children’s clothing. Four of the more common ways of indicating sizes are listed below.
1. using age to indicate sizes, such as 1Y, 2Y, 3Y, and 1T, 2T, and 3T, are used to indicate one-year-old, two-year-old, and three-year-old babies.
2. with the age of months to express, such as 4M, 6M, 8M said 4 months, 6 months, and 8 months of the baby, with this size to express the general for eight months or less.
3. with height to say, such as 90CM, 100CM, 110CM, etc
4. with the number to say, such as 1 #, 2 #, 3 #, etc.
Children’s clothing is generally divided into three grades.
The baby generally refers to babies under 24 months; at this age, the baby grows fastest, just bought the right size clothes may not be able to wear after a month, so at this stage, it is recommended to buy the size half a year older than the actual age;
Toddler refers to from 2T to 5T, that is, from 2 to 5 years old toddlers; if the average figure or thin children buy the appropriate number of years of clothing will be more appropriate, but the more plump children, we must buy a size larger;
Kid refers to 4T-14T that is, 4 to 14-year-old children, parents buy this age group of children’s clothes, will be more important to the style, although the baby’s growth is also relatively rapid at this time, but the clothes will also quickly become obsolete, so it is recommended to buy the baby a size larger on it.