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I keep seeing all kinds of adorable little girl stuff!
I've always known girl stuff was cuter. Having three girls, they have pretty awesome wardrobes. And there is SOME cute boy stuff, but it seems once they get past the 0-3, 3-6 months stage, there's not much out there.
Anyone else feel this way?
Krissy, mom to three lovely little girls and one sweet little boy LOGAN THOMAS born 8/19/12
It is true that Girls' outfits are more abundant . I see some good boys fashion collection on Janie and Jack for boys as well . I like this shop for their elegance .Gymboree is also one of my favourites for Boys' clothing.
I've found that Crazy 8s is a great place to find NICE boy clothes that's not outrageously priced and not covered in cartoons, trucks, and dinosaurs I'm a very traditional clothing kind of momma so all character stuff bugs me
I kinda felt that way when i first started shopping for my son but you CAN find some really cute stuff, you just have to look harder Once you know the style and store you like most it makes it easier. I actually feel a little overwhelmed right now because i get to actually shop for baby girl stuff and there's SO much of it!!!!!
I agree with you totally, Krista!!! After shopping for 3 boys, I'm a little overwhelmed by the huge selection of girls' clothes!
There is a lot of cute, non-cartoon, character, etc, clothes out there for boys, you just usually have to go to more than one store since the selection is not as abundant. I liked to dress my boys like smaller versions of boys/mens clothes, LOL, polo shirts, khakis, button-down shirts, etc. I like Children's Place, Carters, and OshKosh for reasonably priced stuff, and if you're looking to spend some money, then Ralph Lauren and Tommy Hilfiger make great traditional 2-button colored polo shirts. They are pricey, but their quality is WONDERFUL. I've had them hold up through all three boys and the cheaper shirts don't always make it t my youngest.
Once you really start looking, you'll find some great stuff!
*~*~ Katie; Mommy to 3 fun-loving boys, one sweet little baby girl, and #5 on the way! *~*~
I can totally relate to this. I have 2 girls at home and while I'm cOmpletely excited to have a boy, I miss picking out cute frilly pink clothes!!! And boys have no variety. It's all khakis and tshirts or polos. So boring!! I'm hoping that as I keep shopping, I'll start to find cuter stuff.
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