Also known as Capota in Spanish, the bonnet is a very common accessory worn by children of Spanish clothes lovers both in Spain and around the world.
It is a Spanish traditional style of dressing which originally acted to protect from sun rays. This look actually makes the dresses different from the standard children’s dresses you will normally find on the high streets.
The bonnet was also poplar amongst the French and in Scotland around 1505 where the term has long been especially popular. Presently, only a few kinds of headgear are still referred to as bonnets, most commonly those worn by babies and Scottish soldiers.
The most common kind of bonnet worn today is a soft head covering for babies. They are shaped similarly to the kind of bonnets women used to wear, that is they cover the hair and ears, but not the forehead.
A large number of our customers love the baby three piece sets including a bonnet and jam pants.
During summer, the sun bonnet (pictured) while keeping your baby’s eyes away from direct sun lights also makes their dressing unique and beautifully stand out.