Amazon Kids’ Fashion Top Picks

Rounding up a few of my favorite fashion picks from Amazon for the kids. I’ve found a few pieces and brands I keep just rebuying on repeat everytime my kids outgrow them (because once you find something good you just stick with it, am I right.) This is most of my favorite toddler sweaters, leggings, and jackets, all on a budget.

Toddler Winter Socks

These have been the go-to sock for my son for two winters now. They hold up really well and he loves how cozy they are. I own two sets, to help minimize mismatches.

Children’s Trail and Rain Pants

Rain pants for kids is a GAME CHANGER. Getting my kids outside each day is vital to all of our sanity. Rain pants mean we can get out even if it’s wet (because let’s be honest, kids don’t care about rain.)

Toddler Girl Leggings

I really love love love Amazon Essentials for a lot of our basics. The price point is always super reasonable, they come in a few styles and always have matching tops/bottoms making a capsule wardrobe a cinch. And it all fits super true to size. These leggings are only about $6 each when bought in a pack.

Toddler Girl Long-Sleeve Dress

Same notes as above. As mentioned, these come in many of the same patterns/styles so it makes mixing and matching a breeze.

Toddler Girls Long-Sleeve Knit Thermals

These are great bulk packs, good price and quality. And, once again you can mix/match with the matching leggings packs for easy capsule wardrobes.

Toddler Long Sleeve Pajamas

These are my favorite PJs for kids. We’ve been using them for Miles since he was about 2. They are super soft and wear really well (my Burt’s Bees get holes in them way before these do.) They also are super stretchy so they often work for multiple seasons. Miles is still wearing the ones we got last year. I also really appreciate that they aren’t covered in cartoons.

Toddler Short Sleeve Pajamas

Same as above just the warm weather ones. I usually buy the same color in the long sleeve and short sleeve so I can make mixing and matching even easier for those transition months where it’s not cold or hot.

Toddler Girl and Boy Sweater

I’ve bought this sweater multiple times. Miles has two and Finley had one when she was just a baby and I just got her another for this winter. It’s just the cutest little chunky sweater. Washes great you could easily hand it down to younger siblings or donate it when done. (Size up for the bigger toddler sizes like after 4T)

Toddler Boys Pullover Crewneck Sweater

Just another great Amazon Essential find. Miles has a couple of these for just everyday play and they hold up amazingly. We’re still using the same ones from last year.

Toddler Girl Short Sleeve and Short Set

We got this set for Finley and is was super cute to use all summer.

Baby Girl Bloomer Shorts

Loved these shorts for Finley this past summer. They have little cinch around the leg which is adorable but also keeps the diaper from popping out (which I feel like happens with other girl shorts.)

Baby Girl Sweater

We had the heart one last year and used it a TON. This year I bought the rainbow stripe one. Just a great staple piece. Super cozy and warm.

Boys and Girls Crewneck Sweatshirt

A great basic sweatshirt in just a nice, plain soild. I have two for each kid and they are great for layering.

Toddler Boys Polar Fleece

My FAVORITE toddler sherpa jacket ever ever ever (and we’ve owned North Face and Patagonia ones.) They just wear and wash really well. There is also the girls’ version here. They also have a half-zip version, too, which we just got for Miles in the next size up.

Slide on Converse Sneakers

LOVE these sneakers. My son was obsessed with them and they have an elastic back so he can easily slide them on/off by himself.

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