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When it comes to buying for your toddler, whether your child is a boy or a girl, their clothing is determined by the type of mom that you are. Mom’s with more than 1 child know the meaning of hand-me-downs and gently worn clothes. Mom’s purchasing clothing for their first child have plenty of brand new baby shower gifts to go around, but buying the cutest clothes are at the top of their list. Then you have the moms that fall somewhere in between both, which more than likely means that they may not know exactly what they’re doing, and that’s perfectly fine with them. Depending on what you’re looking for, Atlanta has many options from high-end boutiques, or gently used shops that offer great clothing options for toddlers. Here are the best toddler clothing stores in Atlanta.
Baby Bella Boutique
Phipps Plaza
3500 Peachtree Rd NE,
Atlanta, GA 30326
(404) 883-6639
happybabybella.com

Owner and creative mind behind Baby Bella Boutique, Lolita has put a lot of time and expertise into crafting the perfect looks for children. From all around the world she locates the very best children products with superior quality, and hand-crafted designs that are nearly impossible to find within the United States. They offer toys, furniture, and clothes for babies, boys and girls, more.

Gretchen’s Children’s Shop
1246 West Paces Ferry Rd NW,
Atlanta, GA 30327
(404) 237-8020
gretchensonline.com

For over 60 years, Atlanta’s longest running children’s clothing store, Gretchen’s has been serving the Atlanta area as a favorite destination for infant, children clothing, toys and gift options. They offer a wide variety of difficult to find brands, a large selection of odd gifts and accessories, and sizes from newborn up to size 16. With a long history within the Atlanta community as a well-known family-owned business, locals have to know and expect quality and the best customer service.

Baby Love
465 Boulevard Ave. SE, Suite #101
Atlanta, Georgia 30312
(404) 590-1380
babyloveatlanta.com

Baby Love is the passion project of business grandmother and former nanny, Lauren Hise. Giving birth to her son inspired her to devote time to her dream of opening a children’s consignment store. Her shop is an integral part of the Grant Park community, and patrons have come to adore the many clothing options for children as well as the expertise that Lauren gives new expecting mothers and young mothers in need of advice.

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Rhubarb & Custard
3265 Roswell Rd NE
Atlanta, GA 30305
(404) 474-9860
rhubarbandcustardconsignment.com

Rhubarb & Custard is a great consignment shop that caters to the needs of kids. They have clothes, toys, bedding and more. They have great customer service and their shop selection is well organized and presented, as most customers forget that they’re even in a consignment shop full of gently used children clothes. They also offer a great maternity selection of dresses, tops, pants and skirts. So whether you’re looking for infant, toddler, toys, and or maternity wear, Rhubarb & Custard is a great location to visit.

Seed Factory
1100 Howell Mill Rd. Ste. 150
Atlanta, GA 30318
(404) 355-2043
seedfactoryatlanta.com

The Seed Factory began from a “sprout” or used to be called “sprout” that grew into a “seed.” Not so confusing if you know the inspiring background behind the Seed Factory. It’s one stop shop for books, arts and crafts, toys, baby basics, furniture, and clothing for children to newborn up to age 8 years old. All of their items are one of a kind, and their staff of experts are friendly and available to help with any questions about their products. Their goal is to always provide smart, classic gifts for children that families will trust and enjoy.

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Marlena Turner is an Atlanta native and graduated from Georgia State University. With interests in technology, arts and music for the past three years, she has written articles published on Examiner.com and Axs.com regarding such topics. In her free time she enjoys video games and movies. Read more on Examiner.com.

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