As temperatures cool and the holidays approach, it is time to think about warmer kids’ clothing that is also fun and fashionable. No matter what your budget is, you should be able to find clothes that look great on the little ones and keep them safe and warm. Here are a few tips for what to buy and places you should go to shop.
Almost all kids love to wear costumes and not just on Halloween. Some kids’ costumes double as wardrobe additions. Examples of this include super hero T-shirts, unique onesies for infants, such as bumblebee, animal print and super hero onesies, and even super hero capes. You will find these at many stores, including many that also sell Adult Halloween Costumes. Check out these places, including online stores, for great deals right after Halloween.
The Holidays mean photo opportunities for many families. This is the time to consider purchasing holiday dresses and suits for the little ones. The standard boys’ grey suit with a tie is a good classic look. This season, the debonair look is strong for men – add some nice suspenders to your little boy’s formal outfit to give him this debonair touch.
Little girls’ dresses are easy to find. Trendy colors for this fall include burgundy, maroon, green, light pink and cobalt blue.
Shop online first to find the best deals. Have your kids’ clothing size handy. For further savings, check out local discount and second hand stores. You can often find new or like-new clothing at very reasonable prices.
Kids’ outerwear is especially fun this season. You can keep his or her head warm with an animal hat – chances are that if your child is school aged, he or she has already approached you with a favorite hat in mind. These hats are available in many stores online and offline and they come in several styles, colors and materials. Choose from pandas, cats, tigers, penguins, sock monkeys, cartoon figures and many more. Some hats have a scarf included. If not, choose a warm scarf that matches the color scheme of the hat.
Visit outlet stores for kids’ winter coats and boots. A waterproof coat with thermal lining is best for day-to-day use – choose one that matches the child’s hat and gloves. Occasions that are more formal may call for a nice woolen pea coat in black or tan.
Colorful rain boots are still very trendy for girls right now. You can find them in several colors and designs. Choose a solid color for more versatility if you believe your child will wear the boots often.
Kids wear casual clothes more than any other outfits; with this in mind, make sure clothing is made to handle a lot of activity. Check clothing seams and zippers for quality before buying, when you can.
Denim jeans and corduroys are a casual clothing staple for cooler weather. Do not resign the list to plain blue jeans and pants, however. Denim with patterns and embellishment is still trending now for girls. Whatever you find, make it fun for them to wear, as well as warm and practical.