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From age infant to toddler it seems there is instant pressure to have kids start their lives in great outfits. Friends will then fashion your toddler with name brand clothes and you inevitably feel a responsibility to keep her wardrobe up to code with the best. Rather than forking over a fortune to buy the best and latest name brand clothes, try these simple solutions to sharper clothes buying.
First of all, don’t be shy about buying used clothes. Often times, kids have so many clothes received from friends and family eager to buy something for your child that they hardly wear the outfits. Instead of picturing a worn down pair of pants your child wanted to wear all the time, think of the clothes your child barely wears and are in almost new condition. You can find clothes just like this that fit your child at Goodwill or other outlet stores. Another great source for used clothing is eBay. The site allows you to buy clothes only from people with a large number of transactions and high approval rate. This ensures you will be receiving clothes in the condition advertised.
A great place to go for new clothes that are name brand is mall department stores. This doesn’t sound like the greatest play to go at first, but if you shop only at the clearance rack, you would be amazed at the deals found on name brand clothing. In order to make room for new inventory, old outfits are often discounted 70 or 80% in order move out quickly. This translates to exception savings for those who venture to the clearance racks.