Cozy Crochet Booties for Newborns

Crochet garments have been around for centuries, including baby booties. The timeless look is particularly adorable for special occasions or a photoshoot. While you can make them yourself if you’re into crafting, don’t fret if you don’t have the time or skill. A number of brands offer great options with bow and button accents. Some styles even have more elaborate designs. Ahead we rounded up some cozy styles to shop for your little one.

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1. Jefferies Socks Baby Hand Crochet Booties

These feature a ribbon around the ankle that forms into a sweet bow at the vamp.

Pros: The ribbon comes in either white, pale blue or pink.

Cons: They may run somewhat big.

Jefferies Socks Baby Hand Crochet Bootie
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2. Zefen Crochet Baby Booties

This pair offers two buttons that fasten at the ankle for a snug fit and moccasin-inspired toe stitching.

Pros: They’re available in gray, baby pink, ivory and brown.

Cons: These also may run large.

Zefen Crochet Baby Booties
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3. Carter's Polar Bear Crochet Booties

These booties are designed with a cute embroidered polar bear face on the front complete with ears.

Pros: A soft, comfortable foldover cuff provides a snug fit.

Cons: Some may find they could be a little softer.

Carter's Polar Bear Crochet Booties
CREDIT: Courtesy of Amazon
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