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Last updated on March 26th, 2023 at 03:43 am
Kids can be picky–about everything! That’s why it’s not always easy to find clothes your kids will love. And, if children don’t like their clothing, it can create an ongoing battle, especially with older children. It can even undermine their self-confidence.
Not wanting to get dressed or being picky about what they wear is common, even among toddlers. As an article in the New York Times notes, it’s all about their desire for autonomy.
And, no matter what your child’s age, they can lose focus when they’re distracted by clothes that are itchy, pinch, bind, or don’t fit well–not ideal for kids in school.
Here’s how you can find clothing that your kids will feel comfortable in and that will look stylish too.
How to Find Clothes Your Kids Will Love
Keep Up With the Latest Trends
If you do your research and keep up with the latest trends in kids’ fashions, your children are more likely to love their clothing. That can boost confidence, bringing positive benefits both socially and for learning at school.
Take a look online at sites like Pinterest, which are filled with pages dedicated to parents who want to keep up with fashion trends for their children and themselves. And, there are plenty of fashion magazines online that are easy to reference–and even apps. In fact, sites like Kidizen and others, may become your new best friends–at least until your kids are old enough to buy their own clothes.
Know What They Like to Wear
Kids tend to develop their personal style early on, sometimes even before they’re a year old. For example, more than a few little girls decide they want to wear princess dresses on a daily basis. Or, maybe they want to be a dancer, which means wearing a tutu is what they insist on every single day. Or, maybe they want to wear costumes and dress-up clothes–from dinosaur to butterfly to firefighter in the span of one day!
It’s not worth the fight, so let them express themselves and have fun. Search online to find styles your child will love, along with a few cute outfits for holidays and special occasions, like this sparkly tutu dress for a little girl’s birthday or an Easter or Christmas dress.
And, lots of girls live in sundresses in the warmer months because they’re cool and comfy. Even during the chillier months of the year, they can wear leggings or jeggings underneath.
Match Their Personality
Some kids may not have a particular style they like at all, nor will they really care too much what they wear. When picking out their outfits, consider their personality. Choosing clothes that reflect who your children are, whether active and sporty or a quiet bookworm, can help them feel more comfortable.
Look For Styles That Last
There are certain types of clothing that never go out of style, so when you aren’t sure what to buy consider that denim is always a safe pick — a pair of jeans, a jean skirt, or jacket all tend to be stylish, no matter what the decade.
Quality Clothing at a Low Price
Most families are working with a budget, and if that includes you, you’ll want to know where to find quality clothes your kids will love at a good price.
Target and Old Navy are often rated among the best places to do that, since they have ultra-low prices and a vast inventory whether you want to shop online or off. That includes everything from dresses, pants, shorts and jeans to tees, sweats, shoes, and swimwear. Plus the pieces are versatile and often come in fun, cheery patterns.
So, where do you find stylish clothes your kids will love? Leave a comment below.How to Find Clothes Your Kids Will Love (5 Tips) | #parenting Click To Tweet
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