Kids grow fast, so buying clothes a size or two too big is a smart move. T-shirts for kids are a great example. In winter, kids can wear the t-shirts over a long sleeve shirt, then on their own in the summer, then as an undershirt the next fall, getting more wear out of the shirts.
For girls skirts or pants, if the hem is too long, hem it up for now, then lower the hem as she gets taller. Sweaters and sweatshirts can also be bought a size too big, and just roll the sleeves up for now. They’ll grow in to them soon enough.
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