We asked 10 Mom’s where they shop for their baby. Survey says…

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Kids grow very quickly. Look at how baby clothing is sized right from birth; 0-3 months, 6-9 months, 9-12 months and so on. Every three months you’re bagging up clothes they can no longer fit. I’m all for spending on designer items that will become keepsakes but I learned early on that it’s more economical to shop like a baby on a budget for my daughter. And there are great stores that offer fashionable and quality clothing at a low cost.

I asked 10 Mom’s their top places to shop for kids and why:

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1. Amazon Kids

“I think I love Amazon Prime and the fast shipping first and foremost HAHA! The outfits are so inexpensive, of good quality and perfect for mini fashion influencers.”

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2. H&M Kids

“I prefer shopping in-store at H&M. I love their basics for the little ones.”

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3. PatPat

“I found an online discount for PatPat and was hooked ever since. Their clothes are so on-trend.”

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Instagram @_4theloveofboys_

4. Target

“The Cat & Jack clothing line is my favorite. You can get tops and bottoms for as low as $5… pre-sale!”

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5. Zara Kids

“Zara Kids clothing are so clean cut… like business casual or casual chic for babies.”

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Instagram @stellaandblaise

6. Gap Kids

“Gap was where I got my clothes when I was younger so shopping Gap Kids feels so nostalgic.”

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About the author

Aneesha DuBois

Aneesha DuBois' professional career spans across music, sports, pop culture and fashion. She held roles at Music Choice in New York City, Comcast Sportsnet in Washington, DC, she was an Associate Producer at E! News Now and the former Fashion PR Director, Americas for all brands under Australian Fashion Labels. 

In 2019 she launched luxe ecommerce company Well(un)known which focuses on emerging brands. She also serves as the site's Creative Director. The same year she also became a mother to a baby girl named Poppy.

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