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Just like adults, babies too need clothing for different occasions.

Just like adults, babies too need clothing for different occasions. It is not just about looking stylish but also is a sensible thought sincedifferent outfits are well suited for different situations. Frequent changes of diaper, spills, etc keep on happening. So, it is necessary for babies to wear clothes that are easy to remove or wash. Babies are continuously moving around and are not exactly aware of how to manage themselves. In such a scenario, it is essential the parents make their babies wear suitable clothes that are also safe for them. Of course, they too have formal, casual & seasonal clothing options. Manoj Jain, Director, Scram Kidswear talks about the various clothing options available so that the newborn is clothed in attires that are easy for the babies & parents to handle.

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