Cotton is one of the most common and kid-friendly fibers because it’s comfortable, breathable, and durable. Keep in mind that all-cotton knits can shrink as much as 10 percent with repeated washing. If cotton items fit perfectly when your child tries them on, buy a size larger. “To make school clothes last longer, have your kids change into play clothes when they get home,” says Diana Ennen, the mother of three, from Margate, Fla.Â excerpt from ConsumerReports.org
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