I was a little worried about dressing a little boy. He needs to be stylish ya know, and I have so much fun shopping! But all the men in my family and my husbands aren’t really into fashion so the chances are slim Jack will be. So his style needs to be stylish and easy. I also don’t want to spend a lot of money on his clothes since he grows out of them so quickly. There are 4 main places we buy his clothes; here’s the details and some pieces currently on his wish list (mama’s wish list).
striped shorts . hoodie . onesie set . shoes . shorts with suspenders . mickey hoodie . pants . chambray button up . tank . hat
- Target – Most days Jack is just in a onesie. I get most of them here. Their Cat and Jack line is awesome! I also get basic white onesies to put underneath button ups, shoes, socks, and fun holiday stuff. You know like a random tee to wear on easter and never again. So far he usually wears the size of the month he’s closest to.
- Carter’s – Carter’s has weird sizing. He always wears about 3 months bigger than he is. (they come in 3 months, 6 months, 9 months, 12 months). He’s almost 9 months and he has to wear 12 months. But they have really well made clothing. I especially love their shorts and pants. My favorite thing about Carter’s are their clearance racks. They are very cyclical with their clearance and keep everything organized and updated wonderfully!
- Old Navy – If you’ve ever visited the blog you know I love Old Navy for myself so it wasn’t a hard stretch to find Jack clothes here. I’ve bought him everything here, but I focus on dressier clothes. I love their dress pants and button ups. Their sizing is weird as well. Like his clothing is labeled 6-12 months right now.
- H & M – Here is where I get all of Jack’s trendier items. He doesn’t wear many trendy items mostly because there isn’t an H&M close. I love online shopping for myself, but not for Jack oddly.
I think Jack is stylish even at his young ageAugust 16, 2017 at 7:27 pm