Snug as a bug – a roundup of winter sleepwear, pyjamas and sleeping bags

Linky Luna

There are few finer feelings than being snuggled up warm in your bed when it is cold outside. We have put together a list of the cosiest clothing and stylish sleepwear to keep your wee ones warm this winter. Grab a hot cuppa and come take a look!

Nothing says winter warmth better than a cosy microfleece onesie. We just love the playful collection from new Australian brand Linky Luna (above) which caters to kids aged zero to ten. Footless or with non-slip feet, they have a range of cheery colourful prints that will keep warm smiles on little faces.


Proving that pyjamas can be beautiful comes the sumptuous style of Atticus & Gilda. Charming Chinese-style pyjamas, delightful nightgowns, and cute bloomer sets make up this elegant collection.

Atticus and Gilda

The true beauty of Atticus & Gilda sleepwear is the finer details. Quality poplin and linen with silk trimmings, the delicately pin-tucked bodices of the nightgowns, the mother-of-pearl buttons, all are testament to the love put into each of these high-class creations. Simply stunning.

Merino Kids_1a

New Zealand brand Merino Kids needs little introduction. Their award-winning designs are created from 100 per cent natural fibres. Best known for their wonderful Merino-wool lined sleeping bags for newborns, infants, and toddlers, Merino Kids also have a range of bedding and sleepwear. My own bub is particularly fond of her gorgeous mint green Go Go Bag, and knowing it is made of GOTS certified organic cotton gives me the warm fuzzies too!


Just look at how peaceful this wee one looks in the gorgeous Baby Snap Sack from the Milk & Honey Co. With a cheerful yellow fox print to keep away the winter blues and a European duck down filling to chase off the chills, this lovely Etsy find is just divine.

Baby Bites Sleeping Bag

Since we are talking sleeping bags, I just have to mention the wonderfully whimsical collection by Baby Bites. Even the most fatigued of parents won’t be able to avoid a warm smile when they rug up their snug bub in one of these fun fishy designs. Made from pure cotton, these baby sleeping bags are as practical as they are playful.


For some Scandinavian beauty and a level of warmth worthy of a European winter, you cannot go past Fresk. This delightful Dutch brand has swaddle blankets, sleeping bags, pyjamas, bodysuits, blankets, bedding – everything you need to deck out both baby and the nursery this winter.


All Fresk products are made from 100 per cent GOTS certified cotton, but my favourite element of this stylish brand is their gorgeous prints. Adorable foxes, elephants, and flower patterns bring a splash of joyous colour to this lovely range.

Nightie Night Lane

Keeping in the organic cotton theme, we love the beautiful designs from Australian company Nighty Night Lane. Soft, natural tones and minimalist patterns adorn this vintage-cut handmade sleepwear. A high-quality collection that won’t hurt your hip pocket, what’s not to love?


Another of our fabulous Etsy finds is this brilliant baby sleeping bag by Mezoome. Handmade from organic cotton and printed with water-based dyes to keep baby safe and well as snuggly. Sweet dreams are guaranteed.

Gro Bag 1

The Swaddle Grobag is the latest offering from The Gro Company, the leading manufacturer of safety sleeping products. This great new design helps soothe baby to sleep and stops them from startling awake, so the whole family can get some extra hibernation this winter.

Puckababy Autumn

If you want a sleeping bag that will survive all seasons check out The Bag 4 Seasons by Puckababy, you won’t be disappointed. Winter in Australia does not always mean cold weather and this versatile sleepwear has your baby covered no matter where they are.

Whether your winter days are spent beachside or fireside, we hope these snuggly sleepwear ideas will keep your little ones cute and cosy this season.

Kate Murray

Kate Murray

Kate was a regular of Melbourne’s music and film scenes, but these days she is on the mum scene. Mother to one adorable little hipster, Kate loves seeking out the latest trends in technology, vintage-style kids clothing, and offbeat kids products. She is often found riding her bike by the Yarra river with baby on back, heading for a good soy latte at the latest kid-friendly cafe. She wants to get there before it becomes cool. So Melbourne.

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