DS (who's just turned 2) is very tall for his age and grows out of clothes as fast as we can buy them. He's currently fits some size 3's and some size 4's, with some of his size 4 tops already getting too short for him
But through trial and error I've learned the following:
Country road t shirts cost more, but he'll still be in a size 2 in them when he's in a size 4 from another shop because they're so long. Means he gets about another 4-5 months of them.
Pumpkin patch pants look very nice but they have a very short amount of space between seam between the legs and top of pants so he grows out of them a good 4 months earlier than target pants of the same size.
And that cotton on shirts, while cheap, are so short in the body he grows out of them within a month or two.
have you discovered any kids clothing tips like this? Care to share with me while I spend all my money on new tshirts for my tall boy?