Where To Buy Baby Clothes And Essentials During Lockdown Level 4


Winter is on its way and now is the perfect time to stock up on fleece jackets, cute jumpers and warm blankets for the little ones. Here’s where you can do winter shopping for your baby during level 4 lockdown. 

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PEP Stores

PEP stores are the ultimate budget-friendly baby and children’s clothing outlet. During these difficult financial times, a trip to your nearest PEP is probably your best bet for finding affordable, yet durable winter clothing for the little ones. Their range includes character t-shirts for boys and girls, priced at *R80 for two, so your Spider-Man or Princess Elsa in the making can look their best and fit in with all the cool kids.

Please note that PEP stores have advised parents not to bring their children to the store with them. Rather measure your kiddies at home and perhaps purchase their clothing in a size larger than normal. Returns may be limited on certain items, as well.

Find your nearest store here.

Ackermans 

If it’s value for money you’re after, pop into an Ackermans store. Their winter range for babies, toddlers and kiddies is extensive, offering your child their own unique look without the added strain on your pocket. All 300 Ackermans stores will be open during level 4 lockdown, with full health and safety regulations in place. Get your little one two pairs of snug tracksuit pants for only *R69,95! Their kids clothing range extends to tweens and teens up to 15 years of age, too, so the whole family can get kitted out just in time for winter.

Find your nearest store here.

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Jet 

Mommies and daddies have trusted Jet stores to keep their precious babies warm and comfy for decades. Now that they are back to business under level 4 lockdown, come through to find super cute coats, puffer jackets, leggings and boots for the kids. And if you’re worried about keeping baby warm this winter, pick up an infant fleece jacket for only *R69,99. Check out Jet’s full autumn/winter collection here.

Find your nearest store here.

Pick n Pay Clothing 

Since reopening their stores on 1 May 2020, Pick n Pay Clothing has reported that their biggest sellers have been kid’s fleece wear, jackets and knitwear. To help keep you and their staff safe, their stores have also implemented contactless payment using Masterpass, Span Scan and Zapper. Physical distancing and customer limits are similarly in place at all stores. Visit the clothing section at your local Pick n Pay or make a trip to their separate clothing stores before stocks sell out!

Baby City 

Taking care of a newborn or toddler under lockdown conditions is sure to be doubly stressful. But, there’s no need to fret over finding all your baby essentials, because Baby City stores are open and ready to assist. From clothing, to car accessories, feeding must-haves and toiletries, they have everything you need to keep calm and carry on being the best parent you possibly can be. Feeling lost and isolated as a new parent under lockdown? Their website and Facebook page provide helpful tips and tricks from baby experts and experienced parents alike.

Find your nearest store here or browse through their online product selection to compare prices.

Woolworths 

How about sustainable fashion without sacrificing on quality? Woolworths is the eco-conscious parent’s go-to for sustainably sourced cotton t-shirts, leggings and growers. Their baby collection also includes luxury hooded towels, fleece blankets and knitted beanies to keep babas warm from the bath to bedtime. You need not leave the house to shop for baby and children’s essentials either, as the Woolworths online store is fully operational under level 4 lockdown. Simply sign up with your Woolies card or My School, My Village, My Planet account.

If you prefer to shop at the store instead, find your nearest Woolworths clothing store here.

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Truworths  

There is nothing wrong with splurging on a few designer clothing items for the kids this winter. Visit Truworths to get your hands on premium quality baby and children’s clothes and accessories from brands such as Max and Mia, Naartjie and Earth Child. Not only will your little darling be nice and snug, but they are sure to stand out from the rest in their custom kit. You can either shop online, click and collect or shop in-store at Truworths during level 4 lockdown.

Little Lumps

Little Lumps is an online baby boutique, offering parents a full winter clothing range, as well as accessories, toys and wholesale baby items. Their online store also features a very special collection for preemies, so even the littlest humans can keep warm and look good doing it. Order a personalised baby grow, beanie or blanket from Little Lumps to welcome your bundle of joy into the world (because even during a pandemic, new life should be celebrated!)

*Please note that orders may take up to 14 days to process due to lockdown conditions.

Shop online with Little Lumps here.

Koco Bino

Koco Bino has been a part of the children’s fashion industry in South Africa since 1978. They have also played a huge part in many milestone moments, from christenings to first birthdays and much more. While you and baby may not be attending special functions any time soon, there is no harm in spoiling them with a custom quality outfit from Koco Bino. You may even want to get them all dolled up for an at-home family photo shoot. Shop online with Koco Bino here.

Alternatively, you can visit their store at Sandton City.

Kids Emporium

Are you struggling to get the kids to sleep on time under lockdown? Kids Emporium are experts in infant and toddler sleep solutions, as well as teething, feeding and bathing. Their children’s wear collection is limited, but is adequate enough to see you through the coming winter. With ten stores situated around Johannesburg and online shopping options, Kids Emporium should be your go-to for nifty accessories to make parenting under lockdown a whole lot easier.

Find your nearest store here.

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Where will you be shopping for baby clothes and essentials during level 4 lockdown? Let us know about your experience! 

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