The kids’ clothing industry is huge. That’s not just because children grow out of clothes so quickly, it’s because the average parent is starting to care more and more about their child’s fashion (and children are becoming more fashion conscious too). It can be fun to look for cool clothes for your kid to wear, whether you’re looking for timeless designs or trendy modern clothing. Here are some of the best online stores where you can shop for kids’ clothes from home.
Maisonette doesn’t sell everyday clothes for your kids – it was started with close connections to Vogue who noticed that there was a gap in the market for high quality children’s clothing for special occasions. Maisonette offers clothes from luxury brands and labels for those times where you want your kids to look extra nice.
Schoola is the fashion option for the socially and environmentally conscious parent. Are you tired of the waste that’s associated with buying clothes for people that will grow out of them quickly? If so, you should check out Schoola, which sells second-hand clothes and donates some of the proceeds to local schools. It also provides a mail-in bag and pre-paid envelope on request, allowing you to mail them back your kids’ old clothes for free and raise money for your local school in the process.
Mini Boden is on the expensive end, making their products less suitable for everyday shopping. However, it offers classic designs for children up to 12, and sometimes offers items on sale (so keep your eyes peeled).
Hanna Andersson offers clothes up to size 18 made from soft, organic cotton. That makes this store perfect for dressing young kids with sensitive skin. They feature their own original patterns as well as clothes with recognizable Disney and Dr. Seuss characters.
Old Navy is a classic brand and offers lots of fun styles to breathe some fresh air into your kids’ wardrobes in the new season. Their prices are affordable and designed not to be too expensive, but they also offer great deals if you find the right Old Navy coupon (including up to 60% off all orders).
Zara offers trendier items to complement anything your child already has in their wardrobe. Named “fast fashion” by some, Zara offers a range of clothes for children from infancy to size 14.
No list of kids’ clothing retailers would be complete without Gap Kids. Gap have been selling children’s clothes for years now and feature clothes that go up to a kids’ XXL, so you can buy oversize for your kids to grow into. They also often feature T-shirts and dresses with popular children’s characters on them, so your kids can wear them with pride.
Primary is the shop to go to if you need to cover the basics. It offers high-quality clothing with no unnecessary characters, slogans or glitter. Its clothes have bold and plain designs at affordable prices for kids up to 12 years old.