A Peek Inside Their Closets
I’ve always been a fan of fashion. At one point in my life very early in my twenties, I even thought that a career in the fashion industry was my calling, and my mother invested in an education in Fashion Merchandising for me. I was intrigued by the rock star, pop culture energy but mostly the boundless freedom that personal style offered me personally. I was still reserved by nature, though I allowed my clothing to speak the many different voices calling from the depths of my soul. It was fun more than anything, and the passion surrounding personal style has never left me. In fact, I’ve had a blast exploring the fabulous (yet challenging) world of children’s clothing, too.
In the past seven years since becoming a parent, I’ve run the gamut on finding brands and companies that I’ve trusted and purchased for my children. Of course, I don’t want to pay too much but I want to make sure that what I am buying is quality and won’t deteriorate within a wash or three. In some cases there is definitely more of an investment involved, but it’s absolutely worth it, especially if the brand is small and the quality is there.
This is another creative outlet for me, a hobby of sorts. I adore dressing my kids, and I am more than happy to share the brands that I love.
I have received countless emails from readers and Instagram followers asking to share about where I purchase clothing for my kids, and some of my favorite brands.
I love this brand for all of my kids. It’s made well and edgy, but in a really energetic, childlike way.
Boys sweaters by Appaman. Zoe’s outfit, all GAP. Shoes, Converse.
Childhood should look sweet and whimsical, if you’re asking me.
Overalls, angel sandals & cat ears by Wunway.
Children’s wardrobe staples.
Beau’s leggings, American Apparel. Jacket, Zara Kids. Zoe’s dress Stella McCartney from Fawn Shoppe. Jack basketball shorts, GAP & tee by Appaman.
Leggings, American Apparel. Dress, Misha Lulu. Sweater, Children’s Place. Ratty Minnie shoes, Disney World!
Onesie, American Apparel. Flip flops, Appaman.
Tee and pants, NUNUNU.
Sweater, dress & leggings, NUNUNU.
I tend to find certain pieces that I know they will wear until they fall apart, and for those I’m willing to splurge on. They become a weekly staple in their fashion repertoires.
Tee and Pants by Quinn and Fox.
Duck tee, Wild from Thumbeline. Pants, GAP.
Mini Rodini corduroy pants from Poppy’s Closet.
pants, Goat-Milk. Tee by Moi. Both from Poppy’s Closet.
Tee, GAP. Leggings, American Apparel. Skirt, unknown. Shoes, Gymboree.
I could go on and on, but for now these are a few of the brands we love and online shops where I find many of their things, often on sale.
More to come!
Disclosure: I’ve received some pieces of clothing for purposes of featuring on here and Instagram. Many pieces mentioned here have also been purchased by me. This post is not sponsored and not affiliate linked.