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That there seems to be waaay more clothing choices available for girls?! I've noticed this in the States and here. There will be like 10 racks for baby/toddler girls clothing and like 2 for boys. Makes it kind of hard! I enjoy the variety when shopping for DD so it might be somewhat challenging for a boy.
Location: California, Thank you military for sending us back home
Yes there is always more for girls. But I find plenty of cute stuff for my boys. My boys are very well dressed
I find places like Carter's and Gymboree have a much more even number of clothes for each gender. But places like Target and old navy have way more for girls than boys..
Absolutely! I agree that for more variety, check stores that are just for kids clothes. Other stores can be short on options. I've found that Macy's, although they don't have as much for boys as girls, still has a lot more for boys than most stores. Target is just pointless, now that my boy is in 18-24 month stuff, they have NOTHING for boys in those sizes. I guess there's only so much they can do with pants and shirts, while girls get dresses, skirts, leggings, etc!
yep I hate going to 15 stores to find clothes for my 3 year old lol. It's getting easier now that he's in 5T he almost out of toddlers and into little boys sizes so I can usually get him XS in little boys, and they have better selection. We love Children's Place.
Location: Bossier City, Louisiana(missing Aviano, Italy)
I buy used from thrift shops or yard sales. And a lot of people sell girls clothes over boys clothes. Which works for me lol. If I'm having a boy I don't need anything. A girl, well mine turned 12 today so i think it's safe to say I have no girl stuff and would need some. (I can use some boy stuff I have lol)
Yup and it gets frustrating. But I've managed to find quite a few cute things for my boys over the years. I hate going in and having only 5 racks to choose from out of the whole baby/toddler department and the rest is just girls galore. It'll always be like this, you can design many things for girls but designers just see shirts and pants for boys and only a certain amount of things to put on the shirts.
Boys clothes have come along way from where they were when I had my first 17 years ago. I love the carters and gymboree clothes for boys. Scouring ebay can be a great place to find really cute boys clothes to.