You may remember me mentioning in the past that I can be a bit of a clothing snob. Unfortunately, I’m not in the size I’d like to be to wear a lot of the cute fashions I see in stores. But my kids are. I have so much fun shopping for their clothes.
Ever since my older daughter was a baby, I’ve enjoyed buying pretty clothes for her. Once my younger daughter was born, I had so much fun buying adorable little matching dress sets for the girls. Now we have a baby boy and I’m always on the lookout for something adorable for him. That’s harder to do, in my opinion, because most boys’ clothes look a lot alike: dinosaurs, trucks, trains.
There are only a handful of children’s clothing stores that I really love and have shopped loyally over the last 7 years. When I had a baby boy, that number dropped in half because some of those adorable dress sets didn’t come with anything cute for the brothers.
One of the few children’s clothing stores that’s left is Hartstrings. I can always find the cutest clothes for girls AND boys there. If I’m out and about, I’ll head over to the local stores and see what I can find, but with three small children it’s often easier to just shop online.
The Hartstrings.com website is nice looking and easy to navigate. I can head immediately to a specific group of items if I only need certain things or I can browse by the newest arrivals, by gender and even by size. I placed an order last night for some new dresses for my younger daughter and had a great experience finding what I needed.
I even found a coupon code online. That never happens to me! I was able to buy more clothes for the same amount once I found that code. Hartstrings also has $5 shipping right now! I don’t like to pay a lot for shipping, so $5 is awesome!
I had a great time, as always, shopping at Hartstrings and am planning to do it again soon. I like to check the website often for new sales and new arrivals. If you want to see my entire shopping trip, check out my Google+ post here.
This shop has been compensated as part of a social shopper insights study for Collective Bias. #CBias All opinions are my own.