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Fall Fashions from the Children's Place

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I can't believe that most of the clothing that my small baby once wore barely fits her. At 14 months old she is wearing 18 month clothing and is desperate need for some items for fall. My older daughter, who wears a size five or sometimes a six, also needs some fall essentials like jackets, pants and some dresses. One of our favorite places to shop is the Children's Place where I can find fashion-forward designs, functionality pieces and affordable. Last week I had the chance to preview some of the gorgeous looks for fall and loved the sparkles for girls and rugged looks for boys. Here are a few of my favorite pieces:

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Girls:

Bow pocket cardigan sweater: The Children's Place has a gorgeous collection of cardigans for the fall, and I really loved this simple white one that included button front closures and cute satin ribbon bows.

paillette shine top: My daughter loves her sparkels, so I instantly thought of her when I saw this playful shirt. Featuring a shiny embellishment on the front, I also liked the elasticized ruching at the sleeves that I thought were a fun touch.

Paisely chiffon top: A salute to Boho chic, this cute top features vibrant colors and a fun design that kids will love to wear with a skirt or jeans.

Sweater knit beret: Another cute find, I loved this fun beret that my daughter also had a good time wearing while we were in the store.

Glitter boot: I had a lot of fun looking for my baby, and feel in love with this cute boot. Now that she is walking I wanted something sturdy for her and I loved how this shoe was functional and stylish.

Cat Hat: I am already thinking about the colder weather, and really loved this soft hat featuring a playful cat with its 3D ears and cute flower.

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Boys:

Graphic henley: A basic long-sleeve jersey I loved the soft material that also featured a sporty edge.

Bold mid-top sneaker: This striking shoe is perfect for the modern boy, complete with neon laces and faux suede. It is also lined in cotton canvas and includes a cushioned footbed for maximum support.

Plaid shirt: A cool shirt for a dresser day, boys will love the vibrant green that can be easily styled with a pointed collar, button front and button cuffs.

Denim: Children's Place is also renowned for their function and inexpensive denium! Avaiable in skinny, straight, bootcut or slim, boys and their parents will find the perfect pair for virtually every body type!

Denim jacket: This rocking denim jacket for babies is perfect for fall as it offers some warmth, and style for your little man.

Sale alert: The Children's Place is hosting a fun sale through tomorrow! Shop and save for back-to-school!

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Momtrends was not paid for this post. We were given a gift card to shop at the preview.

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