Where to Buy Kid’s Clothes in Pittsburgh

When it comes to your children’s clothes, don’t settle for less. Invest in fashion that lasts through all the rough tumbles and playtimes. Help your little ones invent their own style and personality in the process at these kid’s boutiques in Pittsburgh. Photo and fashion stylist Dominika Bronner shares with TABLE readers her Pittsburgh go-to resources.

The Picket Fence

5425 Walnut St, Shadyside 

This one-of-a-kind gem of a boutique offers an excellent selection of designer clothing for babies and kids, beautiful gifts for new moms and dads, home accessories that will make you smile, and more. Overall, the entire store is well-curated with an individual vision. 

A little girl wears a yellow and blue tank top and bandana with blue shorts while standing on a ladder.

Louise Misha children’s clothing, courtesy of Picket Fence

Precious + Posh 

638 Allegheny River Blvd, Oakmont  

Precious +  Posh is the place to shop for special occasions for babies and children. Beautiful first communion collections, dresses for flower girls, trendy pieces of great quality, and cute gifts for babies and children.  

Periwinkle Fox  

5910 Bryant St, Highland Park 

This woman-owned kids’ boutique carries sustainable clothing, which is a great way of teaching our kids the importance of responsible consumption. Also available: quality clothing for expecting moms, birthday gifts, and accessories.  

Two little girls play outside in tank tops and skirts, one facing away from the camera, the other walking towards the camera.

Louise Misha children’s clothing, courtesy of Picket Fence

The Nest

425 East Ohio St, North Side  

There’s a great mission behind this kids’ boutique: The Nest serves young moms in need with everything they need, for their kids and themselves. Donations of gently used items are encouraged, as are financial contributions. At the store, you can shop for great pieces here at affordable prices.  

Story by Dominika Bronner 

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