Posts Tagged ‘affordable kids clothing’

Comfy and Practical Clothing for Boys with Primary

Boy’s clothing shouldn’t be hard to shop for, but how often have you stood in the store staring at racks of clothes, trying to find respectable t-shirts that your elementary aged guys will actually wear? If you’re anything like us, you know that it can be challenging. While we love dressing our kids up in fancy clothes, we all know that a boy’s wardrobe will mostly consist of staples that they can mix and match. This is why we’ve fallen in love with the clothing from Primary.

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Be Comfortable and Look Cool: Fab Kids for Boys

Shopping for boy’s clothing can be a challenge. Any mom who has dragged her son through the clothing aisles will attest to the fact that wardrobe negotiations can be brutal. You just want to find outfits that are presentable (so that he doesn’t look like he just rolled out of bed) and durable (so that the clothing will last longer than it takes for him to outgrow it). Boys just want to be comfortable and look cool. FabKids is where boys’ fashion, durability, and comfort all come together. They offer stylish, high quality clothes at unbelievably low prices, and the best part? These are clothes your boys will actually want to wear.

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Girls’ Fashion Customized by Kidpik

When your kids are really little, shopping for clothing is pretty easy. They’ll wear whatever you choose and your sense of style is theirs too – no questions asked. However, they eventually develop a sense of style all their own, and outfitting your daughter can become a little tricky.

Keeping up with kids’ fashion is hard, especially when you’re on a budget. Wouldn’t it be great to have access to a free stylist? That’s essentially what a Kidpik subscription box offers!

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4 Ways to Save Money on your Kids’ Shoes

We’ve all been there. On our way out the door, helping your child put on the shoes that you bought only a month ago and suddenly you’re struggling to get them on. Your child starts whining that they hurt their feet and you feel the angst of having to reach into your pocket and shell out more money for shoes so soon. Little feet grow faster than little legs, almost over night it often seems. While shoes can be expensive, especially if you’re forced to buy a new pair every few months, let alone every new season, there are a few ways to make the most of your shoe shopping experience so that when that time comes, you’ll be prepared — physically and financially.

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