Best Kids Clothing Stores in San Francisco

Sara Mauskopf October 21, 2019

Keeping up with your children’s growth spurts can be a challenge, but luckily there are plenty of great places to shop for kids clothes in San Francisco, including a few that won’t break the bank. Check out our picks for the best places to outfit your kiddos.

Monkei Miles

This adorable consignment boutique is a must for any parent of a fashion bug. With sizes ranging from infant to tweens, Monkei Miles provides quality used clothing at prices you can afford. Owner/Operator (and mom) Monica Urick utilizes her creative eye (sharpened by her previous window deign experience at Gap Kids) to insure the clothes offered are fun, playful, stylish and, of course, durable. Trade in your child’s old clothes for either store credit or a check and enjoy updating their wardrobe with fun and chic items at a fraction of the price.

Sprout

If you’re concerned about what’s in your baby’s clothes (you know, the fabric that touches them for almost 24 hours a day) you can set your mind at ease by shopping at Sprout. With a mission to help educate and foster an environment that is safe from toxins and pollutants, almost all of the their clothes are natural and organic utilizing dyes that are safe for every day use. While the range of clothes are limited to infant and toddler, you’ll find the selection is chic, modern and fun. Beyond clothes, Sprout also offers gear, bedding, toys and is host to a variety of classes such as dancing and music.

Chloe’s Closet

With two stores in San Francisco (plus one in Berkeley), buying and selling clothes for kids has never been more easy or affordable. Offering name brands you’ll recognize and love, Chloe’s Closet was created by a mom who knew how hard it was to find inexpensive and stylish clothes, especially with how fast kids grow. A new addition to the Bernal Heights location is a kid friendly indoor playroom, perfect for rainy days or just when you want to get out of the house. Admission is free with a purchase of $5 of merchandise per child. Shop in peace or trade in your old clothes while your kids have a fun and safe place to play.

Janie and Jack

In the mood for some designer baby duds? Look no further. This upscale chain is perfect for those special occasion outfits, like birthdays, holidays, and family photo shoots. Sizing goes from newborn all the way up to size 12 so you will be able to outfit your kids there for a long time. You can also shop online on their website and don’t miss their sale section if you don’t want to break the bank.

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Sara Mauskopf

Sara Mauskopf

Sara Mauskopf is the co-founder and CEO of Winnie. She’s also the mom of two young daughters and another child on the way! Originally from Philadelphia, she now lives with her family in the San Francisco Bay Area.

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