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Another #supplierspotlight on the blog today with a harder to find blank product: infant bodysuits and gowns – particularly colored ones. (Friendly reminder: the word “onesie” is trademarked to Gerber. Unless you are using Gerber brand onesies, you cannot use this term to sell). View previous #supplierspotlight posts at this link.
Where to Colored Infant Bodysuits and Gowns
My go to supplier for infant layette is Monag Apparel, who is both a manufacturer and wholesaler. I’ve previously tried Rabbit Skins, Gerber, Carter’s, and Laughing Giraffe and strongly prefer Monag because they are higher quality. You will need a tax ID to order from Monag, and they ship from New York.
Gowns and bodysuits are generally available in these colors: Aqua, red, white, black, chocolate, fuschia, heather, kelly green, navy, pink, purple, red, sky, slate, steel blue, and turquoise. Sample pricing on infant bodysuits is around $3 each, but once you buy 6 or more the price goes down about 10%. Sample pricing on gowns is around $5 each with price breaks at 6 as well. What I really love about Monag is that they also carry several styles of blank bibs, blankets, knit caps, and coordinating infant pants. This makes it easy to offer complete outfits or accessories as an upsell.
Who is your favorite supplier for colored infant bodysuits or do you prefer to dye them yourself? Share with other readers in the comments.
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Since 2015, Christine Schinagl has been helping crafters start and run craft businesses through her blog, Cutting for Business. As a Silhouette and Cricut crafter herself, she has a unique take on what works and what doesn’t work in the craft business world. She also teaches a course on creating digital SVG designs, available at How to Design SVGs.