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It can be hard to know which children's clothing brands are safe and reputable when shopping online. Rest assured, here is a list of reliable kids clothes stores which I have personally shopped at and can attest they are legitimate.
So if you're looking for kids clothing websites, here is the list!
Old Navy sells casual wear for babies all the way up to adults. I feel you get the best value for money with their baby and kids clothes as opposed to their adult clothes.
I've always had good experiences when shopping online at Old Navy. I particularly like that they pay attention to the types of details parents are looking for - one example is pants fastenings. If you have a child that can do buttons but not snaps, or vice versa, you need to know what type of fastening will be on your online item. Old Navy does a great job of making it clear about fastenings when you expand the product details on a pair of pants.
Carter's is always a safe bet, it has super-cute clothes that are well suited to babies, toddlers and young schoolchildren. Their sizing goes all the way up to 14. They are a well-known brand with online and brick-and-mortar stores.
I've always had good experiences shopping there. In particular, I like the winter pajamas at Carter's. They are one of the few places that have pajama sets where both the top and the bottom are made of polar fleece, which is irresistibly comfy for your kid, and definitely makes bedtime easier.
You may be less familiar with French Toast, but rest assured it's been around a long time and is very reliable. It's a US brand of kids clothes primarily aimed at school wear needs, specializing in well-made dress code and school uniform wear.
I've shopped at French Toast often even though my kids don't need a uniform. This is because they have a pull-on elastic waist pant that look exactly like a regular khaki pant, but with a discreet elastic waist. It's available in a boys style and a girls style, complete with fake button and fly. That way your young Kindergartener can easily handle going to the toilet without all the stress and hassle of buttons and zippers.
Popular brand OshKosh B'gosh is actually a sibling brand of Carter's and they share a combined online shopping cart, meaning you can shop at both stores at the same time using just one checkout. I've always found OshKosh B'gosh to be reliable. They have a strong reputation for quality.
The Children's Place
The Children's Place is a very well-known retailer of children's clothes, with brick-and-mortar stores as well as an online store. Although it has a boutique look, it's surprisingly affordable, so that makes it my number one go-to.
I shop there several times a year. It's a relatively large retailer (in the kids clothing space, I mean) and they have excellent systems in place so that orders go through smoothly and are shipped promptly and reliably.
Gymboree is the slightly fancier sibling brand of The Children's Place. Gymboree has a bit more of a traditional preppy look, but with a playful modern twist. If you tend to prefer a classic look for your kids, Gymboree is the cheapest way to achieve that look without sacrificing quality.
Gymboree is safe and reputable, and their online ordering is the same as it is for The Children's Place - actually the packaging has both brand labels on it.
Above are the best kids clothing stores online. All of these are safe and reputable, and I have shopped online at these for my own kids.
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