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  • Childrens clothes shopping

    Ok, I have recently found the website for Crazy8 stores (we don't have any stores here in KS). Just wondering if anyone has any other similar sites to recommend that sell cute, reasonably priced clothing that we all may have not hear of?





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    I know quite a few people know about this, but I would try Carters - their clothes are cute and reasonable, especially when you are able to grab a sale.
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      Well since I have no kids, I'm no help here.

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        I love Crazy8! They are a sportier (and cheaper) version of Gymboree (actually owned by Gymboree or Gymboree's parent corp). My favorite place to shop is The Children's Place. My daughter is 10 and not at all a girly girl and not into matchy stuff like Gymboree offers. So, TCP is a great alternative for us. Even if they don't own the Disney Stores anymore, LOL.
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          Re: Childrens clothes shopping

          I like shopping at Old Navy, Ross, The Children's Place and Once Upon a Child.
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