Wednesday, February 21, 2007

Need some help

Finding a good website with pretty dresses for easter! I've seen a couple that I like at the Children's Place but haven't a clue where else to look for a good deal. I spent a lot of money on her Christmas outfit and really don't want to spend that much again but I of course still want her to be stylish! So point me in the right direction ladies!

8 comments:

LVMommy22 said...

try looking at a second hand children's store. they often have good quality items that have been worn once or twice, so you get new-looking at a huge discount. i also find a lot of great stuff on e-bay. my DD wears gymboree off of e-bay (and they make adorable easter dresses!). good luck!
:) M

Kori said...

For cute dresses at a reasonable price, I look at Burlington Coat Factory (I don't know if the chain is near you), you can also find great stuff at TJMaxx, Marshalls, I also go to outlet stores, such as Nordstrom Rack. Sears and JCPenny also have lots of cute clothes for good prices. Kohl's, if that chain in near you. In my area is a chain of 2nd hand stores, I used to get the cutest stuff from them, they are Once Upon a Child; check in your area. At this age, the may stain the clothes, but they don't usually wear them out, so check for stains, hold clothes up to the light. I hope this gives you some ideas!

Stefan's Mama said...

Here is a link to an adorable easter dress. http://www.target.com/gp/detail.html/sr=1-5/qid=1172165680/ref=sr_1_5/602-3125529-9731826?ie=UTF8&asin=B000K12CIM
And its totally affordable without feeling guilty about her not wearing it again. Target has AWESOME baby/toddler clothes.

shellshok said...

Ebay! Lots of online stores sell their dresses on ebay for a fraction of the cost.

Vblarney said...

If you're still looking for a dress, here's a cute one from Walmart: http://www.walmart.com/catalog/product.do?product_id=5244548 and tons of cute ones from Kohls: http://www.kohls.com/main/subcategory.jsp?FOLDER%3C%3Efolder_id=423817945&bmUID=1172270555406

Suzanne said...

My girls are now 7 and 9 and their "tastes" and probably mine for them have outgrown it, but when they were younger I was always a big Gymboree fan! www.gymboree.com Cute stuff and named lines with lots of pieces to mix and match. They have some great sales here and there and also Gymbucks!!

Rebecca said...

LvMommy22 said it well because honestly I am a huge thrift store fan when it comes to buying my DD her clothes! I've bought Gap, Ralph Lauren and lots of other high priced kids clothes for literally four or five dollars... and they either looked brand new or still had their original tags on! Think of how many people give clothes as presents but they end up not being the right size for the season the style is... that's what happened to me! I have an absolutely gorgeous Ralph Lauren pink dress with sweater for a 12 month old that still has the tags on it because the sweater that came with it and was over it said 18 months... so my DD never wore it! Crazy! Thrift shops and garage sales are the absolute all time best way to get clothes for children! :D

Anonymous said...

I got a really good deal at Sears, the dress was 70% off, which is great. I have a great second hand store near me just for kids, I check in there often and have found lots of things for $5 - $10. Old Navy has also had some great sales, but I dont know about on line things. Good luck