More and more of the cheapie-chic clothing stores you love are coming out with equally chic (and cheap) kids' lines. We've rounded up the best web sources for uber-stylish kids clothes, like Zara, H&M, UNIQLO and Forever 21 to tell you what they have and how much you'll spend.
The kids' section of this uber-trendy store carries some of the coolest boy and girl looks we've seen anywhere, from baby up to size 13 to 14. This is the spot to score Crewcuts-esque dresses and sparkly dress-up shoes to match—we totally wish they came in our size. The best part: Nothing's over $60.
The teenybopper store you secretly shop at also has a tween girls line called Forever 21 Girl, sizes 6 to 14. You'll find statement-making jackets, cool tees, and jeans in the cut and wash of the season. Many items are priced under $20.
You love H&M as a spot to try out trends without breaking the bank, and you'll love the kids section (0 to 14) for the same reason. The Swedish superstore is particularly great with shoes and accessories, and always has cute selection of undies. The kids section, with hardly anything priced over $20, is also infused with a lot of character clothing (think Hello Kitty, Angry Birds and Lightning McQueen), so get ready for begging if you take the kids.
The Japanese retailer launched their kids line in 2012 and has featured cool collaborations with designers like Karen Walker and Green Gate ever since. The regular line features a wide range of graphic tees, sturdy jeans and loungewear. The company’s signature light poly fill down puffy down coats are also available in sizes 3 to 11 for under $30.
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American Eagle's 77Kids line has become RUUM, and it's a great place to score a slew of swimsuits for summer, as well as loungewear, accessories and shoes, size baby to 14. The robust sale section has items for as long as $1.49.
This less-expensive line from Gymboree showcases matching outfits just like its higher-priced sister store—great for the mom who doesn't want to spend time mixing and matching. Sizes are available in newborn to 14, as well as plus and slim. Free shipping is available for orders over $75.
The store that has everything not surprisingly carries a huge selection of baby and kids clothes from brands like Cherokee, C9 by Champion and Harajuku Mini (Gwen Stefani's kid line), too. You can also find dancewear here. Free shipping is yours with a Target credit card.
Don't forget Overstock! It can be hit or miss, but check often for deals on baby and kid clothes from Calvin Klein, Sweet Jojo and AnnLoren.
If you haven't been to JCPenney in a while, it's time to look again. You'll find a huge selection of surprisingly on-the-mark looks for boys and girls, ages baby to 16, as well as slim and plus sizes. The store also carries brands like Levis, Nike and Arizona.
You know this as the behemoth of cheap-but-sweet baby and toddler clothes, but parents of boys know that this is the best place to find affordable (and official) MLB and NFL sports clothes for kids, as well as retro graphic tees that won't break the bank. Also unexpected: Well-priced and on-trend dresses and tops for girls.
A version of this story originally appeared on iVillage.