Thank you Old Navy for sponsoring my post today about baby and toddler styles. Old Navy is giving you 30% off everything in their baby and toddler summer collection, plus get an additional 15% off in-store.
As many of you know, I have three little boys. I love to dress them in stylish clothing. I know a lot of people say it's hard to find stylish clothing for boys, but I have so much fun dressing them! I love making them look like little men...or rock stars.
Sometimes baby or toddler clothing can be hard to find at a good price. I want them to look adorable, but I don't want to spend a lot when they will grow out of it quickly or wear holes in the knees in what seems like a matter of minutes! It is great for me having three boys because I know I will be able to pass some items down to the younger ones.
I have found that I can find some really great clearance items toward the end of season to stock up on. Old Navy and Target are two of my favorite places to shop. They always have really great clearance. What I will usually do is hit the clearance section when the season is ending and buy clothing that I know will be the size of my sons the next year. This has worked really well for me. I have been able to find items as low as $1 (a few times I snagged some 25 cent items!) and they are stylish, trendy clothes! I have rarely have to pay full price for clothing. I have also been able to use great coupons (Old Navy always has some) and stack it with sale or clearance prices for some great deals.
Another thing I like to do is keep play clothing and nice clothing separate. This way I can buy clearance t-shirts and shorts that they can run around in and not worry about ruining. Then I can keep some other clothes as school or church clothes a bit nicer so they last longer. This stretches out my spending.
So what about you? What are your strategies for buying baby or toddler clothing on a budget? I would love to hear them!
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