I love spending one on one time with my girls and shopping is a pleasure I don’t often get to enjoy these days. Just this past weekend I took Keira, my 3 year old, to check out the Kids Room at Sears.
When Keira was born Sears was the only store I could find that carried a nice selection of preemie clothes. Sears won my heart the moment I spotted the tiny doll sized baby clothes on their hangers. Now that Keira is pre-school aged I rely on Sear’s for providing us with a great selection of children’s clothing from our favourite brands.
My husband is a bit of a brand snob and likes to make sure the girls have a selection of brand name clothes but that can mean long shopping trips going from box store to box store just to get a few different pieces.
Thankfully there is no need to go from store to store to get national brands like Nike, Adidas, Converse, Carter’s, Osh Kosh Levi’s, DC, Jockey, Joe Boxer, Minnions, Frozen, and Spiderman as you can find them all at Sears. They also have a great selection of private label programs too which is great for bulking up your kids wardrobes.
Another selling point for me is the KidVantage guarantee. We all know how quickly kids go through clothing, whether they are wearing it out or outgrowing them and replacing them can get expensive! With the KidVantage guarantee I don’t have to worry as I know I can return the clothes for the next size up.
There is such a great selection right now too with plenty of back to school staples from their extensive collection of Polo’s, shirts, pants & sweaters and special occasion clothing like dresses, dress pants, shirts, ties and suits.
Keira and I had a fun time looking through the Kids Room and finally settled on a denim looking shirt from Carter’s and a pair of leggings from Osh’Kosh in a bold print.
The icing on the cake? The outfit came to under $25! With prices like that you can fill out their back to school wardrobe on a dime!
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Disclosure: I am part of the PTPA Brand Ambassador Program with Sears and I received compensation as part of my affiliation with this group. The opinions on this blog are my own.