Published on August 8, 2017 — Leave a comment

Top 15 Girls’ Clothing Brands for Stress-Free Shopping

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You’ve heard the old saying that little girls are made of sugar and spice and everything nice? Well, we’re not going to sugarcoat the fact that online shopping for girls can be downright difficult! Juggling growth spurts, shifting trends, and your little one’s constantly evolving personal style is a hefty task. To help you out, we’ve put together a list of 15 girls clothing brands that are guaranteed to have something for every girl under the sun.

1. Janie and Jack

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Staying stylish and dry with @slowfashionfamily

This reliable brand makes everything from adorable pint-sized swimsuits to cozy faux fur-lined dresses. Whether you’re browsing for her next beach getup or an outfit for her to wear to Grandma’s 75th birthday, Janie and Jack is the place to look.

2. Old Navy and Old Navy Outlet

Old Navy is a staple for a reason! Their clothing stays timeless and endlessly mix-and-match-able.

3. Lilly Pulitzer

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Plenty of florals for all your gals. @mbohlms

Florals and paisley and fruit prints galore! There’s a reason Lilly Pulitzer has been queen of the world of kids designer clothes for decades – colorful, preppy style just doesn’t expire. For spring and summer dresses that can be worn from school to camp to the boardwalk, Lilly is your gal.

4. Zara

Cleaning out with @livingmysomeday

Do you happen to know a six year old fashionista? Is there a girl in your life who loves dressing up and trying daring new looks? If so, Zara is not only great for adults, it’s also a popular girl brand with additional options like Zara Baby and Zara Kids.

5. Hanna Andersson

This delightful brand has so many cute options for girls between the age of 3 months old and 14 years old.

6. Mini Boden

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Nothing like a greenhouse stroll in a pair of dresses! @loveandlarock

The British brand’s children’s line is always on point. Dress your daughter up as your would-be mini-me in styles that you’ll covet, like gold ballet flats and chambray dresses.

7. Levi’s

Everyone deserves a pair of sturdy, well-fitting, stylish jeans! Start ’em young in Levi’s denim with a range of items from cool camouflage jeans to pink corduroys to denim overall dresses.

8. Gymboree and Gymboree Outlet

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Cute sibling matching is always a hit. @mywifestyles

Gymboree delivers the ideal combination of popping colors, girlish prints, and above all reliable fabrics that can handle a little wear and tear.

9. Tea

As far as kids clothing brands go, Tea is perfect for your future globe-trotters if you’re looking to snag high quality, creative pieces for less.

10. Baby Gap and Baby Gap Outlet

Matchy matchy! @christine_simplybloom

Itty bitty sundresses, thick coats, and floaty skirts. Baby Gap carries such a large variety of clothes for every occasion and season.

11. Bonpoint

This classically sweet French brand is absolutely darling. If your daughter is hoping to channel her inner Eloise or Madeline, this is the label for her. This brand is one of the best to buy secondhand, as it typically retails for sky-high prices, but can be found for up to 90% off on thredUP.

12. Petit Bateau

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All smiles with @jaclynhuber

Petit Bateau is another wonderfully chic and simple French brand that offers elegant and fresh looks for grownups and kids alike. Snag a couple super-soft, striped boatneck shirts for your gal.

13. Crewcuts and Crewcuts Outlet

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Fashion forward with the whole fam’ @positivelypearson

We love J.Crew for ourselves and we love it even more in miniature! Check out Crewcuts for the young ladies in your life and prepare to wish you were twelve years old again and flaunting the chicest olive green khakis.

14. Justice

Sequins, sparkles, funny phrases, bold color combinations… Justice has it all for the growing girl who’s keen to experiment with her personal style and isn’t afraid to stand out from the crowd.

15. Hartstrings

Taking her to see her first ballet (or maybe her 10th)? Hartstrings is a great source of formal clothing like velvety dresses and embroidered cardigans for all of those Swan Lake performances.

What brands do the girls in your life love the most? Tell us in the comments!

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