How to Find Plus-Size Clothes for a Child

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Finding plus-size clothes for a child can be a bit challenging. While you may encounter no trouble finding something that fits properly, the clothing you find may not be age-appropriate. If you need to find plus-size clothes for a child, the answers may not be obvious. But if you know where to look, you can help your child look his very best. Read on to learn how to find plus-size clothes for a child.

Skill level:
Easy

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Instructions

  1. 1

    Surf the Internet. There are dozens of plus-size children's clothing stores online right at your fingertips.

  2. 2

    Go with name brands. Many name-brand clothing lines are now carrying plus-size clothing for kids. Check their websites to see what sizes they have in stock.

  3. 3

    Pay attention to the fit. No one looks good in loose, baggy clothes, so choose styles and outfits that complement your child's shape. Boot-cut jeans or flare legs are a great way to minimize extra weight in the trunk and rear.

  4. 4

    Help her feel good about herself. Clothing is about much more than covering up your body. It is about making a statement about your personality and style. Let your child explore fashion just like any other child. Let her try out accessories that complement her outfits, and most of all let her have fun.

Tips and warnings

  • Self-esteem can be a big issue with larger children, so it is imperative that they choose clothing that they are comfortable in. Take them shopping with you, and let them pick out things that they want to be seen in. Don't force the issue if they want to try something bold or different.

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