- Dress: Yard sale, $0.50.
- Shoes: Target clearance, less than $3. She adores these shoes and insists on wearing them everywhere. Even though they are too big. Oh well, pick your battles I guess.
Here's where I got this look:
- Shirt: Just got it at Carter's over Labor Day in Oregon. Everything in the store was 1/2 off (and clearance was an add'l 25% off) and I had a gift card, so I didn't pay anything for it, but it retailed for around $11 or $12 after the discount. That's typically more than I would pay for clothes, but he REALLY needed dress clothes and Carter's has great quality stuff, so why not!
- Pants: Gap clearance. In general, I don't buy clothes at Gap very often because of the price (even their sale/clearance stuff). However, once in a while some little gems pop up, these pants were one of those! I got them on sale for less than $10, can't remember how much exactly. I typically try not to ever pay more than $10 for kids jeans/kakis. The pants have the elastic adjustable waist (genius), they are long (always an issue with my tall kids!), and they are thick and sturdy. We bought them big and he'll be able to wear them for 2 years at least.
- Shoes: Thrift store $2.
As I was looking through my phone for more pics of my kids actually wearing clothes (they are basically naked basically all the time), I found these all-to-common pics of Priya. They aren't high-cashion or anything, but here are some typical outfits of hers that she sported while we were on vacation in Oregon, just so you can see a variety of where we shop:
Where do you like to buy YOUR kids' clothes??
See my other frugal fashion breakdowns for more fashion tips and ideas. Happy Hump Day!