Moms! Dads? Friends of Parents! Anyone who doesn’t know where to buy clothes for your little ones, look no further. You found the right place. I am here to help you so your wallet doesn’t scream and your child looks fly. We made a list of stores to shop at in order to find exactly what brands you should have in your growing child’s closet.
Best Brands for Basics
The mother of all stores, Carter’s, has been around for over 150 years, meaning your parents probably had a top or two from them for you. Carter’s is most known for their details, such as the “Handi-cuff” that prevents babies from scratching themselves. Thanks Carter’s for keeping our little ones safe and serene!
Sizes: Newborn-8 years
Ah, yes, a classic. You can’t go wrong at Target with brands like Cat & Jack, OshKosh, Art Class and Xhilaration to meet all your essential needs with a little flair.
Sizes: Preemie-5T, Boys/Girls: 4-XXL Plus
Got a passion for fashion and a budget to break? Then Zara is the place for you. Being a bit more on the pricey side, Zara has what you want and the quality it should be. Who says toddlers don’t love to be chic?
Sizes: Mini: 0-12 months, Baby Girl/Boy: 3 months-4 years, Girls/Boys: 5-14 years
The American staple, Old Navy. The shop where you buy your Fourth of July t-shirts and all your every day basics!
Sizes: Baby: 0-24 months, Toddler: 12 months-5T, Boys: 5-18 (husky and slim), Girls: 5-16 (plus and slim)
Best Brands for Style
If you want to try something new then swipe over to Instagram for the latest kid fashion. That’s where you will find some of the coolest get ups in town (or in another country). Not sure where to start this clothing journey? No worries. That is why I am here. Trusted and true, these four online businesses will have your jaw dropping with fabulousness.
The two friends who started this cutesy shop, Sydni and Jori, wanted their children to have clothes they could play, nap, and go out in. The pair did just that. This insta-famous shop takes comfort and design to a new level with their fun looks you’ll toddler will want to wear. Lulu and Roo is for adults, too! Check out their cozy sweats next time you’re browsing for baby.
Momprenuer, Cayla Mae Singer, began her brand when she returned to her hometown to raise her son and be closer to family. Cayla is a yoga instructor, reiki practitioner, and a self-taught seamstress. Her vision is to “honor the wild and savage sides that our little’s are naturally born with”. Cayla makes items from leggings to teething necklaces and even beanies for your babe.
Sizes: 6 months to 8 years
Only four people are needed to create and sew these beautiful masterpieces that you see above. Located in Senegal, Annica strives to find local fabrics for her designs and they are 100% cotton. Just check out those patterns! What a dream!
Sizes: Girls 12 months to 6 years
Focused on positive messages, the duo behind this team is all about imagination. Their designs are original, eco-friendly, and made with love. Cool kids are made to wear cool clothes. Can never go wrong with this online business.
Sizes: 6 months to 6 years