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I have to say that I would much rather purchase clothes for anyone else but myself. In that same note, it is even more fun to purchase clothes for my grandchildren. Having one of each to buy for gives me the ability to have the best of both worlds in finding cute outfits.
KidzBloom has a wide variety of clothing for ages newborn to toddlers 6x. They also offer shoes as well as accessories.
I chose the Vintage Tiered Striped dress in a size 4/5. Emma’s favorite color is pink. Normally a softer pink but I felt she would enjoy this one since the pink and blue are vibrant, and the ‘tiers’ make her feel fancy. The length is great for her as many of her dresses in size 4/5 are getting too short. She will be 5 at the end of November so she is kind of in that in-between size. The material is comfy and looks great on right out of the dryer. Her dress has been washed a few times and the colors are still very vibrant. Below is a picture of the back of the dress. It has 2 buttons to help if you need the room to get over your child’s head.
You will only find KidzBloom’s kids clothing boutique online. KidzBloom was founded in New York City in 2012 by two working parents who wanted stylish, quality, and reasonably priced apparel for their daughter without having to leave the house. Their mission is to provide every parent a reliable and trusted destination that caters to the shopping need for quality and dependable children’s apparel. At Kidzbloom, they pride ourselves in putting the customer’s needs first.