You know the drill, if you've been a parent long engough (or if you're around children who have legs): you see the sale and dive right in. What's for grabs? Plenty of kids leggings, baby girl leggings, and tons of other baby girl clothes you've been meaning to pick up. Score! That's what you think when you proudly trot to the checkout stand and wait in a line that makes Christmas shopping seem like it's come early this year. But the drama has only just begun.
When you get home, you see that all of the 'one-size-fits-all' clothes, especially the five pairs of baby girl leggings you were happy to get at a steal, just aren't fitting this one size, at all. Wouldn't you know it? The bottoms are saggy on one pair, another pair can't even be pulled up beyond the diaper without some gymnastic miracle, and all the while you mutter to yourself something colorful about one size fitting no size.
The truth is, when it comes down to brass tacks, quality is not one-size-fits-all. Quality is actually a very particular 'size,' as it were. The best place for quality clothing that is kid and mom-friendly, surprisingly, is to shop for designer baby clothes. Don't worry, though, you don't actually have to live on Rodeo Drive or live near Manhattan or Milan. The internet is going to be your best friend to shop for designers that have brought quality to the world of children's clothing, bringing into your busy world all the convenience and luxury of shopping in places such as New York City for the very best baby girl clothes your money can buy.
When it comes to your daughter, quality and comfort will go hand-in-hand to making your day that much more pleasant, nobody likes to wrestle their daughter into pants that don't fit, or that don't look good, or that just wear out before she has a chance to enjoy them. The great news about designers that are currently making the latest fashion, is that many of them are moms themselves. Interestingly, they (like you) were tired of the one-size-shoe approach to everything in their kids' wardrobes, so they did what any mother would do. They took matters into their own hands, and decided to create fashion that fits and looks like someone took the time to put extra love and attention into their craft. You'll find many such designers online, in one convenient place: on the other end of your internet connection.