How to Save Money on Infant Toddler Clothing

Toddler clothes are small but shopping for them can truly be expensive. Some of them can even cost more than adults’ clothes do. Now, the thing about infant toddler clothing is they are not really used as much as adult clothing are. For instance, your baby can easily outgrow some of her clothes. Some, on the other hand, can get ruined after being worn once or twice. For these reasons, parents should not really spend outrageous amounts of cash just to dress their little ones up. Toddlers are toddlers, and for some reasons, they just always look cute no matter what.

In order to save some cash when shopping for infant toddler clothing, there are some things you can do:

– Buy at Consignment Sales – A lot of branded clothing for toddlers is found at consignment stores. Some of the clothes will even have the original store tags on them. Who said Guess, Ralph Lauren, Gap, and Carter’s are only for the well-off? They can be bought at consignment sales for a significant discount. This is why you must watch out for major community consignment sales. Oftentimes, these are announced in advance to the general public.

– Buy Online – Infant toddler clothing can be bought online as well. In fact, there are plenty of options all over the World Wide Web. You can try online auctions. If you have a specific brand in mind, you may visit their website and see if you could catch some special deals. You might also be able to find some discount coupons which you can use in their stores. These coupons will surely save you some cash.

– Have an infant toddler clothing swap – During a party or a get-together with some family and friends, why not ask if anyone is interested in making a clothing swap with you? Those who have kids at the same age as your child would surely be willing to trade so their children can also have a “new” set of clothes. In fact, you can do this in a group. Everyone who wants to participate can bring their toddler clothes that are free of defects. Then you can let everyone go through the choices and pick the ones they think would suit their child. In case of any leftover, they can be donated to charity and help those who are needy.

– Buy on Sale in Advance – Although it may sound funny to be shopping for summer infant toddler clothing during the winter, you should still do it especially when there’s a chance of a sale. In fact, if you find a sale in the department store and the discounted clothes are from the last season, you should still consider taking some them as long as you are able to use them. Take the risk and stock up on some clothes. This can save you cash instead of buying them in season at their original price. Just make sure to estimate the size right.

Source by Maureen Brownell

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