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Kids Spring Fashion Under $50

Spring is exactly two weeks away and time to pack up those winter coats but you can still keep up with the trends for your little ones with some extra cash in your pocket. Nicole Feliciano, founder and editor of stops by with some spring fashions for kids - with nothing over $50


· Created by Tiffany lerman (daughter of author Jackie Collins)· From apparel to bath products to plush toys, Tiny Tillia by Avon now not only offers must have baby products, but also toddler essentials.· Both of these looks are from the brand's expanded line--starting this month, Tiny Tillia by Avon will be offering apparel up to size 4T (whereas before it went up to only 24 months).


Flowers in Bloom Dress, $26.00

Floral Headband, $5.00

Floral Shoe, $18.00

TOTAL: $49

TALKING POINTS: Your girly girl will be ready for any party when she puts on this bright floral printed dress. Here Alva wears the Flowers in Bloom Dress from Tiny Tillia by Avon. The cheerful cotton dress is cinched at the waist for an even more feminine touch. Complete the look with sling-backs decorated with a sweet flower embellishment to create an extra charming outfit for her to take a springtime stroll in. This entire look is just below $50.


Plaid Shirt with Convertible Khaki, $30.00

TOTAL: $30

TALKING POINTS: Jacob will be dressed to impress with this effortlessly sophisticated outfit from Tiny Tillia by Avon. The 100% cotton ensemble features a Plaid Shirt with Convertible Khaki pants that are perfect because it's two pieces in one--he can go shorter in warmer weather, or keep the khakis long for brisk spring mornings, without the discomfort or bulk of actually layering. The timeless plaid print is a springtime must! This look will run you less than $40.


· For this next age group, we have head to toe looks by The Children's Place.· The Children's Place has always offered high fashion at low prices. These two looks are from the brand's current spring collection which is in full bloom now with crisp classics, fresh florals, and on-trend looks.· It's a garden party full of fantastic finds that make it easy for kids to look fabulous for any occasion.


Ribbon Dress, $29.96

Kay Flower Ballet Flat, $22.95 (with 25% off spring dressy)

TOTAL: $40

TALKING POINTS: Maddie here is pretty-in-pink and blue in this lovely and delicate striped ribbon dress. Add in the pink Kay Flower Ballet Flats to complete this sweet and stylish look. This spring dressy look is now 25% off and will cost around $40.


Canvas Blazer, $26.21

Premium Jeans, $15.00

Oxford Shirt, $14.96

(with 25% off spring dressy)

TOTAL: $45

TALKING POINTS: Your little man will be looking all grown up in this classic-cool look. His spring style blends the comfort of premium jeans with a dressed-up, sophisticated canvas blazer. An oxford shirt in a bright color layered under the blazer adds a pop of color that is perfect for spring.


· For over six decades, Lester's has been a New York mainstay--a go-to destination for premium fashion for the whole family. For the first time, savvy shoppers nationwide will have access to the coveted store beloved by generations of New Yorkers with the debut of· will offer a variety of major brands online such as J Brand, Michael Stars and Splendid as well as a selection of boutique brands like BlankNYC, Parker, and Chaser.


French Terry Pant by So Nikki $17

Multi Stripe Top by Vintage Havana $28

Talking Points: A hot trend for tweens this spring is pops of color and colored bottoms. Pairing these So Nikki blue skinnies with Vintage Havana's stripe shirt represents what the season is all about. This outfit is the perfect vacation outfit to wear from the plane to playtime.


Basic Short Sleeve V Neck Tee by Tee $16

Stingray Lacrosse Shorts by Flow Society $32

Talking Points: These lacrosse shorts by Flow Society paired with a cotton v-neck tee is the perfect Spring vacation outfit. With printed bottoms a trend for boys this season, this stingray print is perfect for a vacation by the beach.

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