I always dressed my kids and bought gifts from OshKoshB'Gosh. Their stuff is not overly trendy and the quality is great. Go look a their website and if you live near an outlet mall they often have a store.
Check out minsocial.com or Zulily.com. Super cute but takes a while to get. Probably too late for the holidays but there are always birthdays!I'd head to M. Fredric. The Gap is always a good back up too. :)
My town has some great but pricy individually owned boutiques, but those are local. I love Gap Kids. They have great sales and their outlets are wonderful There's a GAP outlet in Manchester, VT. I always drop by those outlets when I'm up there.
How old are the kids? zulily.com is awesome, as are Gymboree, Childrens Place, and GapKids/BabyGap.
I found a great pair of pjs at my fav Tj with elmo all over it. S will so love it.You have to look. Sears and Kohls have good kids clothing, too. No need to spend an arm and a leg. They grow soooo fast.
The Children's Place.
For littler ones, Janie & Jack and Gymboree are cute (but Children's Place is less $ and cute).American Eagle has a new kids' store called 77 I think. My youngest two love it and it has cute, edgier clothes.
I loved Children's Place for years and years. Less expensive and less cutsy than Gymboree. (though I loved them too.)
I love Zulily.com & Totsy.com is another great site. If you Google cute kids clothes, you'll find alot. Also, there are a couple of great boutiques on Montana that carry cute clothes & cool toys. There's also an awesome kids boutique on Main St.
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