How to find good kids clothes
Parent-approved tips for finding affordable children's clothing

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Topic: Kids clothes - page 2

In these unusual times, if you already have the clothes your kids need, or if you would rather limit your purchases to just the essential things, that's sensible - you can put your cash toward those more urgent things.

However, if you are looking for some trendy and cool clothes for kids that are ethically made with a socially conscious mission, then you'll be helping more than just your child. You will make a difference in children's education in underprivileged parts of the world if you shop at Cotton On. Total price point is similar to that of Old Navy - a little less than that of Gymboree, but higher than The Children's Place. Let's go ahead and take a look at pics of some of their styles.

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Gymboree clothing is available again online! It's owned by The Children's Place now, and they are available as sibling brands; each brand has its own identity yet you can navigate smoothly from one to the other. Here I take a balanced look at the new Gymboree styles, pricing, and other things you might like to know. There are some pros and cons - read on to find out what these are.

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Today we'll be talking about hand-me-downs. This can be a great way for the recipient to save money on children's clothing, and is also beneficial for the giver, who then has the pleasure of seeing their kid's clothes going to a loved one's home. However, this topic can be fraught with uncertainty for some. It can be all too easy to be worried that as the asker that we'll seem needy, or as the giver that we'll offend. Here we'll tackle these issues and give you some great ways to ask or offer hand-me-downs easily that won't offend.

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