Here’s part 2 of my roundup of the particularly good St. Patrick’s day/ Easter / March sales going on now for children’s clothing and shoes. Part 1 was mostly clothing, so this post will be mostly about which shoe brands have special deals going on – Livie and Luca, Umi, Bogs, Crocs, etc. But first, an update on two of the clothing brands from part 1 of this post:
Hanna Andersson is running a Lucky Day promotion on St. Patrick’s day only – save up to 50% online with a surprise code for 30-50% off. This can’t be combined with their Hanna-Me-Downs promo that I wrote about earlier this week.
Gymboree is running a St. Patrick’s Day promotion for 17% off of everything and free shipping with no minimum when you use code LUCKY17. Now, Gymboree has lots of nice clothes and pretty Easter dresses on sale, but my absolute favorite thing to buy when they have promos like this are hair accessories. If you check out their sale sections you can get really cute barrettes and more for $1 and change, shipped free. Needless to say, we have a lot of hair stuff from Gymboree!
Now, on to shoes (although Hanna and Gymboree both have shoes too)!
Umi shoes is offering 10% off with free shipping and returns using code UMI10, but unfortunately this doesn’t include clearance. They have quite a few summer shoes in their clearance section so it may be worth checking there and forgoing the discount code.
Livie and Luca is having a St. Patrick’s Day promo this week where they’ll be putting four-leaf clovers in select boxes, which will be good for various prizes and discounts. But if you ask me, the real deals are in their sale section. If you have a baby, the adorable zebra baby shoes are $15, down from $39. More importantly, their popular Tiempo and Calliope boots (pictured above) are half-off, at $35 instead of $70 in most colors, in sizes toddler 4-9. It’s worth cross-checking your color and size with Livie and Luca on Amazon, though, since some sizes and colors are even cheaper and you can get free Prime shipping.
Crocs isn’t having a particular St. Patrick’s day sale, but are offering $10 off a couple of the licensed kids Crocs, like Frozen and Star Wars Yoda in their sales section. For some reason when you check boys sale and girls sale separately you get many more results than if you just look in kids sale. Also, if your kids like their plush lined Crocs, it might be worth buying a size or two up and storing for next year, since those are marked down to $14.99 from $39.99. Crocs has free shipping on orders of $24.99 or more.
If you’re looking to buy boots in advance for next year, Bogs has kids boots from winter classics to rainboots on sale, mostly around 25% off. Remember to also check the Baby sale section because Bogs Baby sizes go up to a 9 toddler (so you can choose to buy either Kids or Baby for your toddler). Here I found some greater discounts, like the Baby Classics for 40% off or the Baby Bogs HOODOO waterproof winter boots for more than 50% off. Bogs is another brand that you’ll want to cross-check with Amazon on – I found a bunch of Bogs on Amazon starting in the $25 range, but it totally varies by pattern and then size within the pattern. There were many patterns where one size would be selling for$32 and the next size up would be selling for the full $80 – I will never understand pricing.
If you want to read more about finding the best price on Bogs, here’s an old blog post I wrote about it last winter!
My other favorite shoe brands like Natives (which I got so obsessed with that I wrote a post with PowerPoint slides to decipher their sizing) and See Kai Run aren’t having particular sales right now but I’ll keep you all posted when I see one. . .
Here’s a link to Part 1 of this post, which was about St. Patrick’s Day / Easter / March clothing sales from my favorite brands.
Please note that I wrote about all of the brands that I like that have good sales, but some are affiliate links and some are regular links. I write about the clothes and shoes that I like and buy for my kids, so I aim to put whatever the best deals are, regardless of affiliate links or not. Thanks!