One of the most exciting things about back-to-school for kids is new clothes! It is a way to express their individual personalities and personal taste. Macy’s is all about giving kids and teens “time to shine” this school year with on-trend looks to boost their confidence and get kids excited about going back-to-school.
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Time to Shine this School Year with Macy’s
Macy’s has everything your family needs for back-to-school shopping for kids and teens. I love that it is a one-stop shop for both my kids – they can get all the must-haves like tops, tees, jeans, hoodies, jackets, shoes, including chunky sole sneakers, backpacks, and more in the brands they love like Under Armour, Levi’s, Tommy Hilfiger, Kipling, Epic Threads, Nike, and more.
No matter what your child’s style, they will find the perfect eye-catching, bold fashion that reflects their style at Macy’s.
Back-to-School Style for Boys
There are two sections for boys at Macy’s for sizes 4-7 and 8-20. They have a great selection of the popular athletic clothing as well as casual, dress, and even school uniforms. On display now are both summer and fall items, so you can do shopping for now and later.
Patched jackets, shirts, and pants like shown below are trending this fall with a cool, relaxed style every boy can sport. Distressed denim with high-top sneakers and a crisp shirt is another casual style boys will be rocking this year.
My son lives in athletic clothing and loves the assortment of Under Armour, Nike, and Adidas at Macy’s. Graphic t-shirts with playful sayings and vibrant designs will be on display in the halls of all schools this year. I love the positive, patriot message some of the tees display this year!
The trend of black and white makes a huge comeback this school year so you’ll see plenty for both boys and girls. Rock the trend by adding black and white to their wardrobe with graphic t-shirts, athleisure, chunky sole sneakers, belt bags or backpacks and letterman-style jackets.
For teen boys, head over to the young men’s section for must-haves for middle school and high school!
Their athletic section is large with major sections devoted to each brand.
My son loves the camo clothing options – a style that never fades for boys.
Back-to-School Style for Girls
Patched clothing, distressed jeans, and embellishments will give girls a chance to shine in style this school year. Fashion for girls this year is all about adding unexpected edge to classic pieces – a little spunk goes a long way with any outfit.
Lovely feminine touches of ruffles, lace, and grommet details add interest and extra fun to girls clothing. My daughter found many can’t-live-without pieces during our shopping trip!
Update your look this fall with this peasant blouse with lace shoulder and back details. Pair with a pair of moto lug sole boots and a cool bag and your girl is all set!
My daughter and I love the positive messages on tees and sweaters at Macy’s. How can you not smile and have a good day wearing this?
You’ll find plenty of athletic-wear for the sporty kid too.
For teens, head on over to the Junior’s department for more selection of on-trend clothing for girls.
Essentials and Backpacks at Macy’s
One thing that I really appreciate about Macy’s is that I can get everything at one store, including essentials like underwear, socks, shoes, and belts for everyone at one store. With the rate kids grow, you won’t want to forget stocking up on these essentials while you are there. Don’t forget skincare for teens and accessories for girls too.
In each department, you’ll find plenty of backpack options at Macy’s for young kids through high schoolers.
No matter what your child’s preferred school-day look is, you’ll find it at Macy’s.
Find your local Macy’s store here. In the Akron, Ohio area, we have two stores: Macy’s at Summit Mall in Fairlawn/Akron and Macy’s at Stow-Kent Plaza in Stow.
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