By Raechel Conover, Cheapism.com
We recently looked into the cheap back-to-school shopping phenomenon with an eye to suggestions about where find high quality yet cheap kids clothes. This year the National Retail Federation (NRF) expects back-to-school spending on new wearables, school supplies, and electronics to hit $27 billion -- that's an average of about $635 per family with kids in grades K-12. Of that amount, about $325 will go towards shoes and clothing.
Our research found that at least on the cheap back-to-school clothes and shoes portion of your must-have list there's no need to spend a small fortune. By shopping at Walmart, for example, you can buy all the back-to-school clothes that two kids ages 7 to 10 need for slightly less than $220. We also found that certain stores offer the best value on particular types of clothing, such as JC Penney for uniforms.Find the best place to shop for cheap back to school clothing.
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