I enjoy dressing up my daughter. Kids are so cute, lovable, innocent, and adorable that’s why they deserved to be pampered with so much love and attention. Choosing kids clothing is one of my favorite part when shopping things for them. I have two kids, one bright boy and a cute girl. Both of them are so active so in selecting clothes for them, I prefer fabrics that are comfy and of course looks so good on them.
For my little girl, most of the clothes I buy are dress. It is because little girls look so pretty in dress like little princesses. I find it hard to shop for my daughter’s kidswear because I usually look for specific colors or designs matching some of my clothes. I also consider the season of the month, not exactly to be fashionable but more on comfort to wear. Let us say it is summer season, I would buy dress with cotton fabrics that are light and cool to wear. When it is rainy season, it is good to buy jackets and thick clothes.
You can buy wide selection of clothing at the department store. I like shopping at Landmark, you can pick quality clothing at an affordable price not only for the kids but for the whole family. The SM department store also have a big selection of clothing as well as shoes. Sometimes I also shop to children’s boutique like Gingersnaps and Periwinkle. Some of my Daughter’s Kidswear Dresses are H&M clothing from Canada that was a gift from my sister who is residing there. When I am too busy to go out, I shop online. I found a great selection of kidswear at ZALORA’s Marketplace where you can have many choices. It is like you’re also in a department store that you can view what you’re looking for by browsing on the site and use a filter to make it very easy to search.
With my son, I prefer Napoleon Kids Clothing brand. I think it is because their sizes fits well on my son’s small body frame. The clothes I bought from Napoleon are of high quality standards. For my kids clothing, I normally add one size bigger because you know kids grow up so fast.
How about you? Where do you shop for your kidswear?