Satin Bonnets for Babies
We are currently further developing our Satin Bonnets for babies. We now offer Satin Infant Turbans and recommend them for ages 8mos and up.
Satin Bonnets for Toddlers
Currently, we offer two sizes of Satin Bonnets. We offer Satin Bonnets for toddlers. We indicate this sizing with the label Toddler/Pre-K for ages 2-6.
Referring to our Bonnet size chart, this sizing is best for head sizes 17-19" in circumference. We understand that not many know your Toddler's head circumference. For that reason, we've specified the age recommendation as 2-6 yrs old. Aside from a variance in sizing, this smaller size provides all of the same details as our larger sizing. Please note that the density and length of hair contribute to how the Bonnets fit your Toddler. In addition to thickness and length of hair, the stretchy headband associated with our bonnets allows for much wiggle room. Please always use your discretion when selecting the appropriate size for your child. Refer to our "How To Videos" for additional resources on sizing.
Satin Bonnets for Children
Our Child/Adult size is the recommended sizing for children ages 6 and up. The Satin Bonnet Size Chart indicates that this sizing is best for head sizes 19" and up. This sizing is appropriate for many different lengths and densities of hair. This sizing fits adults as well. We offer loc bonnets for longer hair lengths and styles, such as Locs and Braids.
Adjustable Satin Bonnets for Toddlers and Children
We have introduced a new Adjustable Double-lined Satin Bonnet as an alternative to our traditional tie-strap bonnets. Our adjustable bonnets abide by the measurements shown in the Bonnet Size Chart. Selecting between our Tie-Strap Satin Bonnets and Adjustable Satin Bonnets is a matter of preference. Our Adjustable Satin Bonnets contain an elastic band around the perimeter of the Bonnets, allowing for adjustability. Compared to our no elastic Satin Tie-Strap bonnet, which fits securely through a tying method.
*Warning: Please note, this item has long straps posing a strangulation hazard for young children. Adult supervision is encouraged.