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Where To Shop for Family Photo Outfits?

Finding the perfect family photo outfits can be difficult and time consuming, but it doesn’t have to be that way! If you know what you’re looking for in terms of style and budget, start your shopping at one of these great online retailers that have earned an A+ customer satisfaction rating from the BBB. I’ve had a lot of people reach out asking where I shop for my photo outfits, so I wanted to put together this list of where to shop online and offline when you’re trying to figure out what to wear in your family photos! Plus, at the end, I also have some outfit ideas to help you mix and match your own outfits (you’re going to love them!). There are affiliate links in this post, which means if you purchase something using the links below, I get a small commission at no additional cost to you. Thanks so much for supporting!

Department stores

Find the perfect outfit at any department store. There are many different brands and styles that offer something for everyone’s taste. You can find clothing in sizes 0-24, so you’ll never have trouble finding something that fits your whole family. Plus, many of these stores offer special discounts on certain days and times, which is a great way to save money on your shopping trip! Another idea is to check out consignment shops for clothes. These are often used but high quality clothes that were just not purchased by the original owner, so they’re still new! 

You can also try thrift stores. They usually carry used but still usable clothing items, so they’re a great place to go if you’re looking for inexpensive options as well as vintage pieces. Thrift stores may or may not charge a small fee for their goods, but it’s worth it because the prices are always very low. If you’re worried about quality, don’t be. The employees will make sure to inspect each piece before putting it out for sale to make sure there are no rips or stains. Thrift stores are also good places to get hard-to-find vintage clothes and shoes. One downside to this type of store is that the clothes might be too old, meaning they won’t fit your kids anymore after they grow out of them.

It’s always a good idea to hit up consignment shops with mom friends who have kids close in age to yours. That way, you know someone else has tested them out already and decided whether or not it was worth keeping–saving you from having an entire wardrobe full of clothes that weren’t even worn once.

Local boutiques

There are many retail stores that sell family photo outfit packages, but if you want to find a specific type of clothing, you’ll have better luck at a local boutique. These shops often carry nicer clothing and can also help with sizing if there’s not something in the package that will work for your family. You can also ask about accessories like matching jewelry or shoes that would make an outfit pop. Plus, it is always nice to support your local businesses! 

On-line: Online retailers offer great deals on individual pieces that might be hard to find locally. Plus, you don’t need to worry about fitting any one person as every order is made-to-measure. The downside to this method is that you don’t get to try things on before buying them, so be sure to read reviews from other buyers and measure yourself before ordering. If you want items shipped free, then look for coupon codes and spend $150 or more for free shipping; otherwise you’ll pay $10-$20 depending on how quickly you need the clothes (2-4 days).

Online retailers

I found some great options at Target, Old Navy and Gap Kids. The clothes are affordable, the clothes are high-quality and the clothes make your kids look adorable. They have a wide selection of sizes so you can find something that will fit your little ones perfectly.

I also liked how there were a variety of styles that I could choose from to suit my own taste. I liked how they had different types of clothing that I could mix and match which made it easy for me because I didn’t have to buy an entire outfit from one store. Another thing that I liked is their return policy; if the clothes don’t work out or they don’t like them then they can be returned no questions asked. For less than $50, I bought enough clothes for all six members of my family including my husband and myself. You can get great deals by looking on Amazon or Zulily too! 

I’ll always remember when we took our photos at Christmas time in front of the tree. That’s when we noticed how mismatched we all looked with our various clothing selections. So this year we decided to plan ahead, pick a day when everyone would be available and take our Christmas photos together as a family wearing matching outfits!

Secondhand stores

Heading to a secondhand store is the perfect way of finding that special outfit for your next family photos. These shops are full of unique pieces, and you are sure to find something you’ll love. Here are some of the best places in New York City that you can find these gems! – Rag & Bone carries high-end clothing with a vintage feel, perfect for that throwback look. 

  • Flock sells everything from silk tops to jeans at its Chelsea location, making it an ideal spot to find the most updated styles while still sticking with your classic looks. 
  • Atrium Clothing Exchange offers a huge selection of brand name clothing like Calvin Klein or Tommy Hilfiger at affordable prices. You’re bound to walk out with a treasure trove worth of finds! If you have time before taking pictures, stop by one of these stores and pick up something special for this momentous occasion.


Finding the perfect outfit is a big deal. Your family deserves the best! Keep these things in mind when shopping: 

  • Keep it simple and classic.
  • Seek out quality over quantity.
  • Consider coordinating your outfits with your backdrop or location.
  • Be mindful of who will be wearing what–some people might not want to wear anything that makes them stand out, while others might want to make their individuality known.
  • Don’t forget about footwear–no one wants to be barefoot all day!
  • Think about how you’ll store the clothes afterwards, either by using a garment bag or some other form of storage so they don’t get wrinkled or stained before you can wear them again. If possible, find a dresser or wardrobe large enough to hold everything so you have more room for growing children.
  • If you’re looking for accessories like hats, sunhats, shoes etc., this blog post has helpful resources as well!
  • Once you’ve found what you’re looking for, remember to compare prices from different stores like Nordstrom Rack, Macy’s Outlet Store Online and Filene’s Basement Clearance Outlet to find the cheapest option.


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