How To Buy Growing Children’s Clothing
20 February, 2007 Children

Summed up in one word: overlarge.Buy clothing a little larger than you normally would for children. Pants can be hemmed and then let out when the child is larger (to get rid of the hemline, try a little vinegar and an iron). Shirt sleeves can also be rolled up if they are initially too large. This way you won’t find yourself buying clothes nearly as often.

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