In the past year, Amazon has released a few new Prime exclusive in-house clothing brands ranging from men’s and women’s clothing to shoes. Now, it’s featuring a brand called Scout & Ro that give kids a stylish look for much less. The brand’s message is based around the principle that children’s clothing should be comfortable and designed for play as well as everyday wear. It features very budget friendly prices ranging from as low as $2 all the way up to $59. Keep scrolling to find our favorite pieces from the collection.
One of the brand messages is, “Never interrupt a playdate with itchy fabrics or fussy styles.” Also, this brand offers shirts and pants that are easily matched and look great wash after wash.
Another favorite for boys is the Zip-Front Hoodie Jacket. It’s sporty and a perfect layering option to keep warm during spring weather. This jacket is very versatile and comes in two color options: gray or blue.
Pair this jacket with the Basic Fleece Jogger Pant for a comfortable and stylish look from school to outdoor fun at the park.
Lastly, for a more polished look, the Long Sleeve Poplin would be a great option to wear with shorts in the spring or slacks for cooler weather. You can even pop the Twill Jacket over for a wedding or special event.
For girls, the Patch Pocket Stripe Tunic is the perfect everyday shirt to look comfortable and casual. It’s just $10 and features a longer bottom to wear with leggings, jeans or skirts alike. This shirt is available in three colors and is sold in big or little girls sizes. For cooler weather you can pair the Button-Front Cardigan over this shirt for a stylish and elegant look.
Is your little girl needing a new pair of leggings? The Solid Jersey Legging is just $10 and features stretch material for comfort and a covered-elastic waistband that grows with her.
Lastly, I love the bright and unique Active Sweatshirt for $6. This jacket has a star interior and a longer back to keep cooler wind out.
Which item from the collection is your favorite? Let me know in the comments below. Also, be sure to check out our guide to Amazon’s other brand, “Goodthreads”.