Project Pomona Pants Designed for Real Babies & Cloth Diapers

Project Pomona

Does your baby wear cloth diapers?  Do you have a hard time finding pants that fit over their fluffy bum?  Hate having to buy a size up only to have pants way too long?  Then you need Project Pomona!

Oh how I wish I still had a baby in cloth diapers to wear these adorable pants!

Pomona Pants are designed with just a little extra room in the trunk to accommodate a babies diapers (fits both disposable and cloth diapers in the same size).  They have a low rise in the front to make room for those little baby bellies and perhaps the most unique feature is the snapping waist and hip panel.  There are three snaps (similar to the snaps found on cloth diapers) on each waist/hip to adjust to fit your baby perfectly.

I honestly don’t know why the clothing industry hasn’t thought of this yet!  Ever since I can remember baby clothes have those hideous metal snaps that go up the inside of each leg (so you can change diapers easier – as if that’s possible) or elastic waist that may or may not fit your baby.  As they get older and enter the toddler age you may be lucky enough to find the adjustable waist elastic which all of my children have needed (I make skinny waisted babies).  But the snaps on the Pomona are so clean, neat, and pretty!

I did have a chance to view a pair of Pomona’s first hand before I shared them with a friend for her little girl.  They are nicely made and incredibly high quality.  I love that the ankle of each pant is lined with a stylish fabric that can be cuffed for shorter babies (or uncuffed for a little extra growing room).  Such a smart design for our babies that can grow so quickly!

Organic Pomona

New for Spring – the 100% Organic Solid Accent Pomona!

To learn more visit Project Pomona online, Facebook, Twitter, and my favorite…Pinterest! If you are interested in trying a pair of Pomona’s for your little one visit her Etsy store and use coupon code ECOCHIC for free shipping on your order.  Offer may expire at any time.

You can also thank Meghan, the owner of Project Pomona, who has offered up one pair of Pomona pants to one of my readers.  Complete the Rafflecopter steps below to enter between now and the end of May.  Good luck!!

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Disclosure:  I received a pair of Pomona pants to review (which I donated to a friend).  The opinions in this post are my own and no other compensation was received.   

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135 Responses to Project Pomona Pants Designed for Real Babies & Cloth Diapers

  1. hayley says:

    for the most part we have been ok so far! i guess he has a skinny but but i know we will soon run into this problem as he turns 3 months

  2. Cassie Christie says:

    these are so cute!

  3. Cassie Christie says:

    In order to get clothes to fit over cloth diapers, I use onesie extenders and pants a size up :)

  4. Rachel Ellis says:

    We have a huge problem with pants fitting! Our son is on the chunky side so pants are a problem even without the diaper. We tend to keep him in onesies at home that are a size up from what he needs and if he does need pants we use elastic waist pants that are a size up.

  5. Cassie Smith says:

    I’m just expecting my first, so I can’t answer the question yet. These pants are so cute, though!

  6. Jenna Burris says:

    I buy the next size pants up to fit over the diaper or just forego pants and use baby legs

  7. Ashley Hudson says:

    We have had difficulty only since switching to cloth diapers, and we haven’t found a solution yet, besides having him wear pants that are a size too big, and rolling up the legs!

  8. samantha clinton says:

    yes it is soooo hard to find pants that dont look super funny over cloth.. most the time we just go pantless or use baby legs

  9. Patricia Lopez says:

    It is hard to put pants/shorts on my little guy these sound awesome !

  10. rosie south says:

    I usually just keep my LO in a onesie that is one size up. Putting pants on over a cloth diaper after every diaper change has become a hassle.

  11. Kris E says:

    These are such a great idea!

  12. Liana W. says:

    I just make sure that all pants are knit/stretchy, but little jeans and dress pants on babies are SO cute! Sometimes I’ll put DS in a sposie, just so he can wear a pair of jeans. :)

  13. So far no problems. We use Best Bottom diapers, which are trimmer than others.
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  14. Ashley says:

    My little girl doesn’t wear pants too much, yet. (She’s only 7 weeks old and we live in Arizona), but her fluffy butt already fits in 3 month size pants, even though the rest of her is “newborn” sized. These jeans are darling, I would love a pair for her for this fall/winter!

  15. Lisa Kuhl says:

    We have a hard time with pants. We buy the next size up but since he is short they are really long on him.

  16. Heidi says:

    I LOVE these! and so so cute!

  17. Ruth V. says:

    Size up and just roll the bottoms :)

  18. Copper says:

    I only seem to have an issue when she’s starting to outgrow her current size! The big issue I tend to have is that her onesies get too short!
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  19. Yesenia says:

    I usually by the next size up.

  20. Morgan E. says:

    Right now, my daughter is still pretty young. But we just size up for clothes.

  21. Lucia Z. says:

    I have not put pants on my 3 month old yet :)

  22. katrina says:

    we usually have to size up on the butt

  23. Jessica says:

    I usually put my boy in shorts instead of pants and just get a size (or three) bigger. Or I just get stretchy pants. And in the house, he goes sans-pants most of the time.

  24. whitney says:

    We no pants it around the house and when we leave he looks like he has a super duper padded butt in his oversize pants.

  25. I bought a pair of ponoma jeans and two ponoma orchard pocket shorts and love them! other than that I usually buy two sizes up on regular clothes so i can fit them over the kid’s fluffy bums :-)
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  26. Jennifer Irizary says:

    just don’t use pants

  27. Cathy says:

    We have the hardest time trying to find pants to fit my LO! He has a long torso but shorter legs so if I go up a size in pants, I have to roll them up (or hem them). I also find that pants are too long in the front and short in the back (so half of his diaper is sticking out). It’s frustrating that the main stream baby clothing designers only make pants and onesies to fit over disposable diapers.

  28. Bert A. says:

    Kind of have problems finding pants that fit. I just do a size bigger if the fit is tighter.
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  29. Lindsay says:

    I want these! Did traditional pants for my CD’d little boy, but with a baby on the way, these are SO much more practical!

  30. Stephanie Portz says:

    My little guy is actually pretty skinny, so the cloth diaper helps keep his pants up! That said, elastic waist bands are a must!

  31. Maria Sanchez says:

    I do and I fix it by buying the the next size up.

  32. Alix says:

    My baby isn’t born yet, so I’m not sure what I will do :)

  33. Tracy says:

    Totally just ordered two pairs of jeans… thanks for the free shipping code! And double thanks for turning me onto these! We had found pants that are made for cloth bottoms but this is the first time I’ve found jeans!! Woohoo!

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