How Much Should You Pay For Designer Infant Boy Clothing?

How Much Should You Pay For Designer Infant Boy Clothing?

How much should you pay when you go searching for designer infant boy clothing? That really depends on where you’re shopping, what item you want, and what specific designer your looking for.

One of the best places to start searching is online. Ralph Lauren has the essential baby items like body suits and gowns starting at $27.50. You can go all the way up to a Cotton-Cashmere Cricket Vest for $85.00, which by the way is absolutely adorable. Another popular brand that celebrities like Halle Berry buy for their children is Bunnies by the Bay. They sell sets like the Wee Top Hat which includes a top, bottoms, adorable bunny slippers, a hat, and a embroidered carrot starting at $53.00

Another great way to get designer clothing for an infant boy if you’re on a budget is to go to thrift stores, yard sales and discount department stores. You can purchase an outfit for that special baby boy from Nike for about $25.00 for a pants and shirt outfit. You can go to thrift stores and yard sales to purchase items for usually under $3.00 a piece but be prepared to really hunt for them. Most thrift stores and yard sales don’t have the items separated so you’ll have to weed through men’s, women’s, and children’s clothing to find what you want. It can be fun to accept the challenge and you feel a rush when you get such a great deal just remember to leave the kids at home.

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Home much an item costs also depends on the specific item you’re looking for. For example, one piece bodysuits and jumpers are going to be cheaper then sweaters or jeans. Also, it will depend what designer you’re looking for. For example, a pair of True Religion jeans would cost you $85.00 but a pair of jeans by John Galliano would set you back over double that for a whopping $212.00.

So, how much should you spend? That’s up to you to decide. You have to look at your priorities and your budget to see what works for you and your family. My advice would if you feel your child has to have designer clothing go to yard sales, discount department stores, or thrift stores because the baby will outgrow it in no time, we’re talking weeks usually here, and donate some money to your favorite or the mother’s favorite charity in honor of the baby.