Baby Clothes on a Budget

Buying baby clothes doesn't have to rattle your savings. Here are some tips on how to save on styles for your kids.

Newborns will outgrow their clothes in a matter of months, so try to avoid buying new. Instead, go to a mom-to-mom sale where moms get together to sell the baby items they no longer need.

Simply do a web search for "mom-to-mom sale" and the name of your city. You'll be surprised by how many you can find in your area.

If you'd rather shop from home, check out Loteda. They have brands you'll love that are up to 90 percent off retail value. Best of all, you can buy or sell an entire season's worth of children's clothes in one transaction, saving money and time.

Buying baby clothes doesn't have to hamper your budget. Use these tips and save on all kinds of outfits for your little one.

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