Kid’s Clothing || Our Favorite Places to ShopMarch 30, 2017 / byLauren Foster / Categories : Feeds
Dressing Piper has been so very fun from the beginning. I always envisioned having boys (not sure why??), so I was truly surprised when we found out we were having a girl. Once we found out though, I began looking and browsing baby girl clothing for days and have never looked back. So I wanted to share with you guys our favorite places to collect clothing for little ones!
This post will be partial to girls (sorry!!), but some of these stores can definitely apply to baby boys as well!
In case you missed it, you can see where I talked about our favorite places to shop for bows, here.
Okay, now for clothing. Let’s get to it!
Candy Kirby Designs || I’ve talked about Candy Kirby Designs before, because I love their bows. But they have the absolute cutest kid’s clothing as well. For the itty bitty babies, I love their knotted baby gowns (hello, baby fever!!). But I also can’t get over their dresses, bloomers, and little tees.
June and January || Just like Candy Kirby Designs, I love the bright colors of June and January’s pieces. In the summer you can throw their swing dress on your little one, and she’ll be dressed and cute as a bug in a jiffy. I’m also loving the tees and tank jumper.
Alice and Ames || If you are looking for the perfect little girl does, then look no further! Thee dresses are perfect by themselves for the summer, or paired with tights and a bonnet for winter. So cute! We’ll take one in every color please ;)
Childhoods Clothing || I adore the soft colors and neural designs. Not to mention the clothing is so cozy. If you are waiting to find out the gender of the baby, this is your place to shop. I love their dresses, tees, and rompers to name a few.
Thief and Bandit || I love the fun, southwest designs that thief and bandit offers. There’s an adult and kid’s line, so if you’re all about being matchy matchy, look no further and thief and bandit.
Rylee and Cru || Unique, adorable, and classic. LOVE the Ryle and Cru line.
Billie Blooms || For bloomers, I love billie blooms. They are perfect paired with a little tee for warm summer days. Plus, they leave you cute chubby baby legs out in the open for squeezing and chewing on all day long.
Target || Have you seen their Cat & Jack line?? Seriously, so cute! It’s super affordable too. I picked up the cutest little top for Piper the other day for only $4, and it wasn’t even on sale! If you haven’t checked them out, I highly recommend.
Baby Gap || And of course, there is the classic baby gap. With sales going on often, it’s a little more budget friendly, and you can find absolutely adorable staple wardrobe pieces. When Piper was first born, we got a lot of her pants and onesies from here.
I want to mention, I am also a big fan of hand-me-downs, thrifted, and borrowed items ;).
Okay, off I go now to shop! What are your favorite kid’s clothing stores!?
*photos by jessi nichols photography
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