One of my very favorite parts of the Nordstrom Anniversary Sale is the Kids section. The timing could not be better for Back to School shopping so I love to stock up on basics for all the little people. I won’t lie, last year was kind of a disappointment in the kids sections, but they more than made up for it this year! I’ve gone through all the sizes from Baby to Tween so you have the best of the best to check out!
Besides maybe women’s shoes, baby is the one section I could buy so much from. It helps that a chunky little babe looks good in just about everything! My favorite baby deal is for sure these headbands. You all know they are my go to just about every day for Harper. But at this price, you can’t pass on stocking up! I’m dying over how cute these shoes are and of course snagged some for Harper. They are the perfect mix of dressy and casual. These little jeans are a perfect basic for Fall and Winter to keep those legs warm, plus who can resist those chunky thighs in skinny jeans?!
When it comes to my boys, they are all about being comfortable. Everything they wear has to be comfortable and easy to move in because I swear they never stop! I love stocking up on good shoes, basic tees, and joggers so we check off both comfy + stylish at the same time. I love this jacket for Hudson and he has already been asking to wear it even in our crazy hot weather!
Hayden is one of my easiest to shop for! She loves tagging along because then she can pick all things girly! We were thrilled to find these cute cute sandals for both girls that will go perfectly with so much! I also LOVE this jumpsuit. It is such a fun basic for school because it can be layered with a cute jacket in the fall!
So that should cover all the must haves for my smaller kids! Also my biggest tip is to look through your kids closets now and assess what they need for school. It is an awesome time to stock up on the basics so you have pieces you can work with all year long. Stay tuned tomorrow for a full roundup of all things Tween!! It’s a good one!!
photos : aubrey taiese