This is the time of the year, we shop for the latest trends, colours, and styles of clothing for our children. Before a new school year starts, we go through our children's closet to get rid of clothes that no longer fit them, and shop for outfits that they will enjoy wearing to school especially as the weather becomes cooler. We like shopping at Sears Canada for children's clothes because they have a wide selection of their own private label styles at reasonable prices.
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Wednesday, August 20, 2014
The new trends, new fashions, new colours, can be both exciting and overwhelming when shopping back to school. For all children, especially my daughter how she dresses plays an important role in expressing her personality, style, and individuality. I like that Sears carries a variety of top quality brands at reasonable prices. They have a wide selection of styles that children will enjoy wearing.
Tuesday, February 19, 2013
I attended the #SearsAmbassador event during the Family day weekend as Sears welcomed Carter's and OshKosh B'Gosh line of children's clothing to their selected stores and online. I am a fan of Carter's and OshKosh B'Gosh clothing since my children were young and I am glad that now Sears carries these quality clothing for our convenience.
These clothing are bright and adorable. The summer collections will feature jungle graphics and stylized animal prints that children will look cute in.
The detailed and beautifully crafted clothes from newborn to size 7 are sold from $7 to $24. These comfortable playwear collections will be available at 79 Sears locations across Canada and online.
I have bought all my baby items at Sears and found the baby room setting very cute. Looking at the clothes, furniture and goodies made me feel like having another baby :)
Sears also has a wonderful collection of toys and baby items that would make valued gifts, which are sure to be enjoyed and appreciated by children and parents.All rights reserved on photographs and written content Createwithmom © 2011 - 2013. Please Ask First