20 Best Places to Buy Cute Clothes for Baby Boys
If you’re looking for the best baby boy clothes – whether it’s a going home outfit or clothes for everyday wear – these are some of the best places to shop for clothes for your little guy, with options for every budget!
Congratulations on your baby boy! You’re probably getting a new routine in place and trying to figure out the ins and outs of being a new mom.
In those early days, it’s likely you’re all set with the newborn onesie and pjs. Before you know it though, it’ll be time to dress your little guy, so you may as well do it in style!
But, you might not have time to think about the best brands and places to buy children’s clothes.
Maybe this is your first child, or maybe it’s just your first little boy. Even though most cute clothes seem to be for baby girls, boy clothes can be cute too (you may just need to look a little harder)!
After having 4 kids of my own, I’ve learned some great places to shop for boy clothing. To make it easy for you, I’ve put together a list of some of the best places and some of my favorite brands to buy cute baby boy clothes so you don’t have to!
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Budget Friendly Stores for Baby Boy Clothes
Since our little ones grow so quickly, budget friendly clothes are a great option (especially for those newborn baby clothes they may only wear once!). Plus, cheap doesn’t always equate to lacking in quality.
Old Navy offers a great selection of cute designs at low prices. You can get many of your basic clothing here you might need such as onesies and sleepwear, but they also have great options available sweaters, pants or shorts, and swimwear, too.
While we are focusing on cute boy clothes here, I’d be remiss if I didn’t mention how awesome Old Navy is for even dress for all the little girls too! We love the dress options in the summer for my 5 year old.
Check out their sale and clearance sections for even better discounts. Just recently, I was able to purchase some newborn baby clothes for my friend’s baby shower for about $3 per onesie. This is a great price point especially when you know the baby may only wear the onesie once or twice before they grow out of it! I’m talking actual sales, people!
You’ll be really glad you stopped by, either in store or online!
Burt’s Bees Baby
Burt’s bees has a variety of good quality pastels, neutral colors, and simple designs for your little boy. They sell individual and family organic cotton pajama sets and have an entire section of fall clothing so you can easily check off fall favorites for those perfect photos from your buy list!
You can find Burt’s Bees baby clothes directly on their website, or in select stores. I happen to also know from my frequent trips to Target there are some good options available in store.
What I will say is the first item I bought way back by Burt’s Bees was some footie pjs and boy were they slim! I’d be conscious of the fit on pjs but other than that, this brand has worked out really well for my youngest.
Burt’s Bees Baby also has a pretty wide range of clothing available on Amazon.com that are available for prime shipping.
Primary is a perfect choice if you’re looking for clothes with no labels and no slogans – just simple prints and solid colors made from sustainable, super soft materials. They sell newborn sizes all the way through grown up sizes.
Just in case you were looking to bring your baby home to meet his new fur sibling and would like said fur sibling to be looking dabber, another fun fact is they sell clothing for pets as well!
Check out their sale section for some great deals.
Of the many children’s clothing brands that Target carries, one of our favorites is Cat & Jack. They have some of the cutest clothes, including more formal outfits for special occasions. I mean, look at this modestly priced outfit with a bowtie and suspenders!
Cat & Jack sells each outfit in different sizes to fit preemies through 24 months, have a section for toddlers, and has a 365-day return policy with receipt.
Pro Mom Tip #1: Target is one of the best places to buy gift cards for baby showers – or a great place to put on your registry. They have a variety of baby items – diapers, wipes, car seats, strollers, toys, feeding, plus neural, boy and girl clothes. Plus, if you’re thinking about registering there, they have excellent product samples included in their registry gift to the parents-to-be!
Amazon has just about everything, including a wide selection of baby boy clothes from some well-known brands. There is a range of prices but clothing available is typically budget friendly. They have tons of the best clothes brands available, but here are just a few:
- Honest Baby: They sell organic baby clothes made from cotton and have some great key pieces for your closet, including the cutest baby bodysuits!
- Carter’s: Simple Joys by Carter’s has a variety of warmer clothes for the colder months that are budget-friendly and super cute, including one-hundred percent cotton sleeper gowns. Their sleeper gowns have cinched hems that keep your babe’s feet warm while allowing for easy diaper changes (no zips or snap closures in your way!). Plus, check out their short sleeve rompers … they are to die for!
- Nautica: They sell cute newborn baby boy clothes and kids’ clothes. Many are nautical themed, but they have some staple items too.
- Gerber Childrenswear: Amazon primarily has sets of onesies and pants from Gerber in various colors, but you can also find some other baby gear like mittens, burp clothes and caps. I like Gerber for basics and solids (like baby bodysuit and pant sets) to mix with other cute items.
- Burt’s Bees: Like Gerber, Amazon has a limited selection of baby clothing from Burt’s Bees, but you can find a variety of drool clothes, mittens, and burp clothes too.
Mom Pro Tip #2: While Amazon provides easy access to a variety of brands, there are times where I find items for a different selling price on Amazon (either more expensive or cheaper). I recommend always comparing prices.
Mid-range Baby Boy Clothes
As you start looking in the mid- and high-ranges you may start to see some more unique baby boy clothes and items for more specific occasions. Here are a few good options for places with mid-range baby boy clothes.
Nordstrom and Nordstrom Rack
As a department store, Nordstrom and Nordstrom Rack sell a variety of brands (designer and non-designer). Some of the designer clothes may be a little more on the expensive side, but they have a lot of great deals too.
As you browse styles at Nordstrom and Nordstrom Rack, you’ll find high quality, cool baby boy clothes with fresh prints.
Personally, I find it much easier to shop at Nordstrom and Nordstrom Rack via their online store and, if you have their credit card, you’ll get invited to sneak peeks of their annual sales and early sale access for even more discounts.
Hanna Andersson is one of the best brands if you’re looking for the softest clothes! Most of their clothing is made from organic materials (but make sure you check the details and care section if you’re looking for organic). Depending on the type of clothing you’re looking at, you can click on “finish this look” and Hanna Andersson will recommend pieces that go well together.
Hanna Andersson has been my go-to store lately for many of the clothing items for both my little girl and my little boy. They are both very sensitive to the way clothes feel (sensory issues), and the comfy clothes that we get from Hanna’s – especially the underwear – have been the BEST clothing for them.
The quality is amazing. Seriously, the clothes last forever and actually resell at a decent price on Facebook Marketplace or Mercari, so you can get your money back and buy more!
(Psst: also, Hanna’s is where I love to get our matching family pajama sets for Christmas!)
Baby Gap can be a little hit or miss for styles, but they have many great sales throughout the year. You can shop online by new arrivals, sizes, sales, or organic clothing, or in their brick-and-mortar stores which are often close by.
One item that’s a little more unique and harder to find – Baby Gap has snowsuits to bundle up your baby if you’re headed somewhere cold!
Tea Collection’s clothing is inspired by culture and modern design and are high-quality and comfortable. I love their children’s clothes – especially their flannels and graphic tees!
The term “tea” is based on the drink that is shared in nearly every culture for the purpose of connection, understanding and inspiration. And the best thing about this company is that 10% of all of Tea Collection’s profits are given to projects and organizations to create a better world for kids everywhere.
If you’re interested in learning more, information about their philanthropic efforts can be found here.
H&M is one of my favorite places for basics and fashionable pieces. I’m melting over this baby cardigan! Their clothing washes well without wearing and tearing, so these pieces will last a long time and can live on to be hand-me-downs too.
Pro mom tip #3: Don’t skip the accessories! Many of you may have heard of Skip Hop because they create toys, but did you know they offer the cutest accessories? I just picked up this Dino Backpack for my little man and he loves to tote things around the house with it. Sure, the things he chooses to scoop up might include my computer mouse, the remotes, etc. but hey, at least he is getting some great use out of it!
High-end Baby Boy Clothes
These pricier pieces might be better to request at a baby shower or buy for a special occasion. I recommend trying to look for clothes that fit a large range of sizes so you can get multiple uses out of each piece.
Also – unless you are shopping for something specific, avoid paying full price by buying second-hand! If you find a brand that you love, you can almost always find great quality items on Mercari, Poshmark, or Facebook Marketplace. I love to sell my kids’ clothes once they have outgrown them – and then I use my earnings to buy more clothes in the next size up!
I debated on whether to put Beya Made in the high-end category or the mid-range, but in the end I decided high-end was a better fit. The quality of the clothing just isn’t comparable to most mid-priced brands.
Beya Made is a small brand in Atlanta, Georgia that designs minimalist, sustainable, handmade clothing that will last 3x longer than other brands. Most of the clothes are multi-season and gender neutral, which means your kids can wear them all year long… for a couple of years… and then their younger siblings can wear them too!
So while the initial cost of some Beya Made clothing may seem more expensive, you’re actually getting clothes that last much longer than more cheaply made items – and you’re shopping sustainably and helping US seamstresses earn a fair wage!
(Pssst – you can also “trade up” your good condition Beya Made clothes for a credit towards future purchases! That’s pretty awesome!)
Kyte Baby’s clothing is made from bamboo fibers. They sell baby apparel, sleep bags, and various baby accessories (bibs, burp clothes, beanies).
They also sell some super cute things to accessorize your nursery, like blankets, swaddles, changing pad covers, and crib sheets.
Their clothing collection includes solids and simple prints with matching sets for parents and baby!
Check out Kidizen to shop pre-loved clothes,
and sell your kids’ clothes that they’ve outgrown!
Tenth & Pine
Tenth & Pine has some simple cotton onesies, swaddles, lots of basics, and more. They also have nursery items like sheets, as well as adult size shirts – so you can be totally adorable and match with your littles!
I love that they are another sustainable brand with certified organic materials and made in the USA. Eco-friendly, timeless, and pretty gender neutral so both your boys and girls get lots of wear with their clothes.
Monica and Andy
Monica and Andy have some of the best baby clothes made from super soft, GOTS certified organic cotton.
Their simple designs are made to be easy to get on and off and come in a variety of colors, prints and patterns.
La Coqueta is a Spanish children’s designer clothing boutique in London who carries some unique styles you may not see anywhere else!
I will say though that this brand recommends hand washing or washing on a gentle cycle, then hanging dry, so these may not be the most convenient clothes when you have your hands full.
Maisonette is owned by two moms who were former Vogue editors. They sell pieces from a variety of brands and from some exclusive collaborations: Mommy-and-Me (clothing options for twinning with your little one) and Le Scoop (a blog about parenting).
Their goal is to provide high quality clothes on one platform. They have a large selection of different clothes, from school clothes to dress clothes, even ski clothes.
Pro mom tip #4: If you find a piece of clothing you REALLY love, consider buying it in multiple sizes. It saves you time from having to look through tons of clothes again to find something cute but ensures that your baby can wear your favorite pieces as they grow into various sizes.
Other Shops to Find the Best Baby Boy Clothes
Here are a few other places that are worth mentioning:
Patagonia – For adorable and functional outerwear, Patagonia is your place! They have a variety of jackets, vests, fleece, snowsuits, and cold accessories. They also have some tops and bottoms, but most are long sleeves or long pants and base layers.
Childhoods Clothing – A little pricier, but SO comfy and amazing quality.
Micielo Micielo – I’ve gotten my kids the cutest onesies and t-shirts with felt designs on them (like David Bowie down there). So unique and you can find lots of awesome styles!
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As a mom of 4 kids (and the oldest of 4 kids herself), Amanda has over 30 years of parenting experience. A former special education teacher, Amanda has a Master’s degree in Special Education and a second M. Ed. in Educational Leadership.
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