I always find it easy to find great options for girls at The Children's Place. Today, I found yoga pants and long sleeve shirts in great hues of purples, pinks and blues - perfect for the transition weather we experience in Ontario during this time of year. It still provides warmth and coverage, yet, the colours are fresh for spring. These pieces were marked down, and had an additional 50% off on top of that.
I also picked up a couple of t-shirts and an adorable pair of roll-up capris for when it gets a little warmer. Browsing around I saw lots of shorts and tanks, and sandals - I can't wait for summer temperatures to return and we can shop for summer time clothing!
Then, to be fair to my son, I wandered over to the boys section. The Children's Place always has a good selection for boys, and my son always likes what I bring home for him when I shop at TCP. (That is a bonus, for sure.)
A couple of t-shirts and a pair of roll-able beach pants, and I was on my way to the cash desk.
Yet, before I started to check-out, I picked up some great items for the Easter Bunny to drop off. I found sunglasses, socks, and the sweetest little purse for my daughter to carry to church next Sunday!
I've been a fan of The Children's Place since they arrived in Canada several years ago. I've never been let down by the styles and selections and when I find deals like I did today, it really makes my day. At the cash desk, I found all kinds of bonuses. The cashier handed me a 20% off card for spending over $50.00, which she applied at the end of my transaction. I collected Air Miles for my purchase, and I even earned Place Cash for my next purchase during the month of April.
The employee I dealt with went above and beyond in taking care of me while I was browsing, and paying.
My visit to one of my favourite stores was enjoyable and fun. I had exceptional value for my dollar and the styles were just what I was looking for.
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Disclaimer: I was sent a gift card to facilitate my shop. Opinions expressed are mine, yours may differ.