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Ready for Spring with OshKosh

by Megan

I participated in an Influencer Program on behalf of Mom Central Consulting for OshKosh B’gosh. I received a gift card to facilitate my shopping trip and to thank me for participating.

OshKosh and I go back approximately 30 years. Here’s proof:

Oshkosh 1987(1)

My mom always dressed us in OshKosh, especially in their trademark striped overalls. I grew up with the brand, so of course I turned to them when I had my own kids!

Oshkosh 2014
What do you think? Does she look like her mama?

OshKosh is still one of the major players in children’s clothing today, and I was in 7th heaven when I went shopping last week, at the OshKosh at the Tanger Outlets in Glendale.


The store was packed to the brim with the absolute most adorable children’s clothing. And having a big boy, baby boy, and a little girl right on the cusp between toddler and little girl sizes, I got to shop in every section!

Including the shoe section!
This was my overflowing stack of clothes to try on. There’s a stroller and a child under there somewhere!

OshKosh still sells the iconic overalls/shortalls they are known for, but they are also staying with the times and offering trendy clothing. Just check out their spring line!


I was so pleased that I could buy Vanessa some pieces that were on trend, but still made her look like a little girl and not a teenager.


I also loved the fact that just about everything OshKosh offers for their big kid sizes, they also offer in their baby/toddler sizes. First, that meant that if I saw something I liked for Vanessa but the sizing wasn’t right for her, I just walked over to the other section and found it in a bigger or smaller size! There were so many girls tees that were super cute!

Already “spring” here in Phoenix!

 Guess what else it means? Big Brother and Little Brother can dress alike!

I had to resist getting them outfit after matching outfit!

One of OshKosh’s newest offerings is their Baby B’Gosh line. Luckily I have an adorable baby to dress in their adorable baby boys clothes!


I love the onesie above, because it’s made with extra fabric so that it looks like a t-shirt when you put pants on baby!

I’m not going to lie; I really wished I could get their designs in my size! OshKosh for adults, anybody??

Vanessa: This shirt is from Wock Shop.
Me: It came from OshKosh!
Vanessa: Oh, WashKosh!

This was our final haul. I had $100 on a gift card, and I ended up also spending about $70 in addition to that. So for $170 I got all of this!


Five tops, five pairs of shorts, one pair of pants, and one pair of shoes for Vanessa. Two onesies for Harrison, and one shirt for Carter.

Click here to find an OshKosh store near you, or knock yourself out shopping online!

30 years of OshKosh
Models. The apple doesn’t fall far…
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Nay@ coffee-n-ink February 14, 2014 - 3:19pm

I used to love putting my kidlets in OshKosh! Especially the overalls with their big roomie butt/diaper space:) And your kidlets?! Oh goodness the adorableness is killing me! You weren’t too bad yourself lovey!

Kristine Foley February 17, 2014 - 1:25pm

Cutest models ever! We are the same way with Oshkosh! We go waaaaay back! Love the pic of you, too fun! Great deals hoping to snag something for the girl’s, matching of course :)