Keep Kids Comfortable in Layers – Seamless Clothing

Dressing for the winter-time can be tricky. Especially here in Florida, where layering is key as you start the morning at 50 degrees, it rises to 80 in the afternoon and then a front will bring the weather plummeting to the 30s for the evening. We do so many clothing combos here.

One of my favorite looks when I send my son to school is a plain long sleeve tee under his school polo. But, I was having trouble finding a good white tee to layer under the polo. The only one I found locally was too silky, really meant for athletics. But then I heard about Soft Clothing, which has a line of seamless, tagless clothes for kids. You know kids hate itchy tags and bothersome seams. Now imagine multiplying that issue through layers. Definitely, Soft Clothing sounded perfect to me.

They sent a basic white long sleeve shirt for review. It was tagless, had a wide collar and it was SO SOFT – 100% cotton. It was amazingly soft. Like baby soft! And they use flat seaming to sew the shirt, which gives the shirt a seamless feel. The label is actually printed on the tee, so you know months from now what size it is, where it’s made and what it’s made of. The tee is designed for children with sensory sensitivity, but it is just amazingly comfortable and I wish they had a collection in adult sizes.

I’ve been having my son wear this white long sleeve tee under his uniform polo, but 5 other colors are available. There is also gold, heather gray, navy, raspberry and red. I have my eye on the heather gray, navy and red for the boys.  All they need is black!

I’ve already washed the tee and it washed well, marker and dirt marks on the sleeves came right off. It didn’t shrink. It fits true-to-size. Size S, the size I got, is the equivalent of a 4/5. They retail for $15.00 on


Speaking of comfort, we also received samples of their seamless organic underwear for children.  Unlike the elastic band on other underwear, this one uses the hugging sensation of a thick, cotton/spandex material – making it soft and comfortable. It is really seamless – I have no clue how, but it was done on custom machinery. There is practically nothing on there that can cause your child to be uncomfortable. No seams, covered elastic, unique cut and very soft. It is made from a combination of organic cotton and soft spandex. I just loved the briefs and boxers they sent as samples. Medium fits a size 6/7 and Small fits a 4/5.

The site does say the underwear is unisex. But when I received the samples, the briefs were labeled “girls” and the boxers “boys”. I really don’t think it makes a difference gender-wise. They come in white, solid colored and striped blue or red. The red color is bright and vivid, but not a deep red. The blue is aqua-ish. You can purchase them singly for $11 each or in a 3-pack for $30.

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  1. Oh YES, my daughter hates tags and it drives me crazy. Some kids have really sensitive skin. My husband is the same way, too – he always cuts the tags out of his shirts. Thanks for sharing this, looks like it’s a great fit for my family!

  2. My daughter’s teacher has been telling the kids to dress in layers. 😉

  3. I found you because I am searching for tagless, seamless clothes for my sensitive 3yo daughter. Nice to read a review – these clothes aren’t cheap and I don’t know anyone who has bought them. Thanks for the info!

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