And because I'm a thrifty Scot (ie: cheap), I like to shop where the clothes are cute and the prices are low.
One brand I'm kind of crazy for is Joe Fresh, and here's why:
A) You can pick up a cute dress and some feta cheese all at once (most Joe Fresh is sold at grocery stores in Canada).
2) Their kids clothing is cute, fits well and is 'quality-constructed' (that has GOT to be a marketer's dream term, but alas its true, my kids can't wear out their Joe Clothes. Same for Old Navy denim.)
D) There is no D, I just needed to finish my Home Alone reference.
Also, they have straight up awesome boys clothes, and even though I don't have boys, I still like to shop there. In pre-shopping mode, I found some cute items on their website that I'm hoping to pick up for Hazey when we're down, to give her that tomboy style.
striped bucket hat & pirates sweater from Joe Fresh Toddler Boys
Red skinnies and gold high tops from Joe Fresh Toddler Girls
(we are into pirates right now! Or should I say Arrrrrrgh!)
Among my other thrifty shopping haunts are Zara, H&M, and Old Navy. I'm a little nervous about getting to Miami because I think Target might blow my mind, plus I hear Carter's is pretty great (we don't get a lot of Carter's in Canada). I'm most at ease when we can get all of our clothes in the same store, except for more pricey mama items like jeans, shoes and cashmere. I do love to stalk the crewcuts sale site for deals as well).