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6 Cities, 6 Baby Gear Trends

ByAnisa Arsenault
Associate Editor
Updated
March 2, 2017
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You’re not a regular mom, you’re a cool mom, right? Take a look at how your baby gear matches up with the most popular items from your city. Online retailer zulily sorted through 385,000 top-selling products in different markets to find out what’s trending nationwide.

Houston, TX : Houston is known for two things: disposable diapers and chevron prints. That’s the case in the baby realm, anyways. Good news for these Texas parents: The Honest Company has you covered on both counts.

San Jose, CA:  Feeling eco-friendly? You’ll fit right in here, where the most popular baby items are non-toxic biodegradable cloth wipes.

San Diego, CA:  You won’t see higher sales of swim diapers anywhere else. And in this coastal city, Charlie Banana is the swim diaper of choice.

Chicago, IL: Does Chicago have the messiest babies? Parents in this city are buying the most bibs nationwide. But they’re pretty choosy, opting for the Black & White Plaid Scabib more often than not.

Phoenix, AZ:  Arizona may be dry but its babies are drier, using the most cloth diapers (the  Bumkins brand in particular).

New York, NY:  The center of the universe is also the center of the stroller industry. New Yorkers are most likely to purchase stroller accessories like organizers, covers and seat liners.

Want to see our favorite baby gear?  Check out our Best of Baby guide, and register for what you like here!

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