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Hey it’s Tiffany stopping by. Today I wanted to make sure you knew about my current favorite little kid clothing line. Have you stopped by JCPenney lately? And if so, have you made your way over to the Joe Fresh section?  If not, you need to go. Seriously.

Maybe I’m overly excited because I live in a town that’s less than chic (but don’t most of us?). Or maybe it’s because I’ve slowly but surely transferred my shopping addiction over to the little people section. Side note: It’s much easier to justify and I don’t have to try stuff on. I call that a win/win. But I think I’m MOST excited because I love options. Especially affordable ones. Joe Fresh is modern, affordable, and stylish. Styles are available from size 3 month to size 14. No this isn’t a sponsored post. It just sounds like one.

Typically if I’m in need of something for the girls, I shop at Gap, Old Navy, or Target. I know there are other mall stores and a slew of online options but in the category of trendy, somewhat affordable, and a brick and mortar option close by (for returns), these three sources always win out. In terms of style, Joe Fresh is along the lines of Gap but with a little more edge. Not to worry; there are some “classic” pieces mixed in for sure but overall it’s super trendy stuff in the smallest sizes. There’s a word for that. It’s called cute.

As for price it’s not the least expensive on the market. But I’d definitely consider it “affordable.” I’m pretty sure there’s some marketing strategy that includes having dirt cheap options mixed in with less affordable options (Forever 21 anyone?). Of course it’s the pricey faux leather ruffle trimmed 4T coat you fall for. True story. Nevertheless, if you’re a bargain shopper, you can score some great deals. And if you’re patient, you can clean up when it goes on clearance. Which is just what I did a few weeks ago. The items included in this post range from $5.99 to $45.

As for value, the clothes are what you’d expect. For instance, the less expensive French terry jeggings are thin but for $8, they work. The more expensive denim is heavier and thicker. All the pants that I saw have the adjustable waist which I love. And the clothes look great, not cheap with loose threads and mismatched seams which you sometimes find at lower cost department stores. I think the value—the quality for the price—is definitely on par with comparable brands.

Now for my picks.  And a few more pictures of my little models rocking their joe fresh.

Girl Outfit

Joe Fresh Mesh Striped Sateen Top

Joe Fresh Felt Blazer

Joe Fresh Cropped Velvet Leggings

Metallic Silver Bow Headband

Gilda Ballet Flat

Boy Outfit

Joe Fresh Corduroy Pants

Joe Fresh Shawl Sweater

Color Blocked Hi-Tops

Boy Picks

Joe Fresh Skull Print Woven Shirt

Joe Fresh Twill Pants

Shawl Collar Cardigan

Loose Fit Jeans

Joe Fresh Graphic Sweater

Belted Jeans

Girl Picks

French Terry Studded Sweatshirt

Sparkle Jeans

Faux Fur Vest

Stretch Jeans

Peplum Top

Ponte Skinny Pants

Genevieve and Nadia’s outfits

Striped Sequin Tee (only $5.99!)

Solid French Terry Jegging (we have these in every color except for purple and love them!)

Floral Print Skinny Jean

Jacquard Print Parka With sales and coupons I paid about $27 for this coat so if $45 is a bit steep, be on the lookout!

Striped black and white Tee (no longer available online)

Non Joe Fresh:

Brown jacket/cardigan: Vintage (thrift store)

Chambray Shirt: Target

Boots: Old Navy (no longer available)

Gray Shoes: Gap (similar)

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Tiffany is a stay at home mother of two, wife, blogger, party planner, DIYer, amateur photographer, and self-proclaimed budget fashionista. She left a corporate job in human resources when her youngest child was born and now stays busy caring for her family and household. Tiffany is the blogger behind Taste{Full}, a contributor at Tall Clothing Mall and Live the Fancy Life where she covers budget fashion for moms and girls, party planning and more. Follow Tiffany on FacebookTwitter and Pinterest!
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