The Best Baby and Children's Clothing Stores of 2019

Best Baby Clothing Stores of 2019

January 1, 2019

Best Baby Clothing Stores of 2019

Best Baby Clothing Stores of 2019
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Comfort is king when it comes to baby clothes. Trust us, your child will definitely let you know if something irritates them (cue wailing red-faced baby). Finding clothes that feel good on and appeal to your sense of style is the sweet spot of baby fashion.

The biggest selection of baby clothes is online, which is even true for brands that have brick-and-mortar stores. You may also find some stores offer instore or online-only deals, so consider when shopping.

While all baby clothes are naturally adorable, some retailers just have so much more to offer. Check out these top children’s clothing brands that have a knack for knowing exactly what you and your baby need.

Baby Gap: Modern Looks

While the clothes at Baby Gap are decidedly sweet, nothing seems too precious for the playground. Expect lots of classics like cotton tops, jeans and rompers with on-trend details. And, if you’re overwhelmed by all the cuteness, Baby Gap has a new subscription box where you get six new pieces of baby clothing every three months. Just in time for the next growth spurt!

Additional Specs
Price range $$
Size Range Baby: 0-24 months; toddler: 12M-5T; kids: XS-XXL (runs true to size)

Old Navy: Bodysuits Galore

Old Navy offers a wide selection of baby clothes at a lower price point than its sister brand, Baby Gap. Definitely hit up this store for bodysuits—they have dozens of graphic prints and patterns, and of-the-moment colors like millennial pink, violet and sage. They also have adorable dresses for girls and cute little shirts for boys.

Additional Specs
Price range $
Size Range Baby: 0-24 months; toddler: 12M-6T; kids: XS-XXL (runs big)

Target: Coordinated Sets

There’s no need to agonize over building a capsule wardrobe for your baby. Pre-matched two and three-piece sets take the guesswork out of what looks good together. Target has a wide variety to choose from at wallet-friendly prices.

For Cat and Jack, keep the receipt, and if the item wears out before 1 year, you can return it!

The Cat and Jack line is full of really cute pieces for boys and girls (fun fact: keep the receipt, and if the item wears out before 1 year, you can return it!), and they have lots of special collaborations, like one with Hunter.

Additional Specs
Price range $
Size Range Baby: NB-24M; toddler: 12M-5T; kids: 4-20 (runs pretty true to size)

H&M: For Tiny Trendsetters

At H&M, you can dress future fashion trailblazers in the same stuff rocking the runways: overalls, joggers and ruffled tops. With more than 800 cool-kid looks to sift through, you’re sure to find the perfect outfit at a reasonable price.

Additional Specs
Price range $$
Size Range Baby: NB-4T (includes toddler sizes); kids: 1.4Y to 10Y (runs a little large)

The Children’s Place: Pajamas and More

Everyone knows that pajama days are the best days. Go to the Children’s Place if you need PJs and footie bodysuits for your little one to relax in—they have a wide range of them, as well as separates, dresses, sets and swimwear, too.

Additional Specs
Price range $
Size Range Baby: NB-18M; toddler: 6M-5T; kids: 4-16 (runs small)

Tea Collection: Do-Good Duds

Seeing your child dressed in globally inspired patterns and tropical prints from the Tea Collection is a guaranteed mood booster. But you’ll feel even better knowing that a portion of your purchase went to help fight for girls’ education and against child trafficking. And with two new collections each year, Tea’s playful print selection is ever changing.

Additional Specs
Price range $$$
Size Range Baby: NB-24M; toddler: 6M-5T; girl/boy: 2-8; tween: 7-16 (runs small)

Carter’s: Always Comfy

Carter’s has been around for generations, and they know kids. Babies don’t care about looks, but they do care about comfort. That’s probably why Carter’s has a gazillion well-priced soft-cotton bodysuits, rompers and jumpsuits in their line-up. Also great: their skirts with built-in shorts underneath.

Additional Specs
Price range $
Size Range Baby: Preemie-24M; toddler: 2T-5T; kids: 4-8 (runs small)

Hanna Andersson: Premium Fabrics

Hanna Andersson is your go-to for rompers, tops and sweatpants in super-soft fabrics like cotton jersey, sueded cotton and French terry knit. The apparel comes in mostly bright primary colors and neutrals. They also have really cute little pilot caps. It’s not cheap, but it’s well made and will last. And parents: they offer matching PJ sets for the whole family!

Additional Specs
Price range $$$
Size Range Baby: NB-12M; toddler: 1Y-3Y; kids 2Y-14Y (runs large; they use Eureopean sizing—this chart can help)

Mini Boden: Insta-Classics

The babywear at Mini Boden is both charming and practical. What else would you expect from a British brand? Swoop up shirts with cute appliques, vintage-inspired dresses and collared bodysuits for clothes you can happily pass down to your next child or even grandchild.

Additional Specs
Price range $$$
Size Range Baby: NB-4Y; kids: 1Y-16Y (runs big)

Primary: Colorful Basics

All of Primary’s baby clothes—bodysuits, dresses, sweaters and separates—come in crayon-like colors and simple silhouettes that go with everything. All pieces are under $25, but made of soft-but-durable cotton that lasts.

Additional Specs
Price range $$
Size Range Baby: NB-24M; kids: 2Y-12Y (run true to size, but some parents report shrinkage after washing, so you might size up)
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