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A review of Osh Kosh B'Gosh children's clothing

Osh Kosh B'Gosh have been around since 1895. They have branched out over the years, but are known for their denim and overalls. Find more on the Osh Kosh B'Gosh brand.

What is Osh Kosh B’Gosh?

Osh Kosh B’Gosh is a renowned American children's wear brand. They state that they make the ‘World’s Best Overalls’ and the ‘Worlds Best Denim’ for children. Their clothes are as relevant now as they were in 1895. Their clothing is designed for kids to wear throughout all their adventures. The heritage of the brand is workswear-inspired pieces. However, they have branched out into other areas over the years. Osh Kosh sell clothing for boys and girls, from newborn up to 12-year old children.

Children’s clothing

The brand specialises in children's wear. Here are some of the garments that they sell. (Prices correct as at 13.07.11 on Carters.com). Corduroy overalls ($29.99) Osh Kosh states that they are known for their overalls and their denim. These cute overalls are for boys aged between 6 months to 5 years old. The overalls feature lots of pockets and authentic hardware such as the fastenings. They also feature checked cuffs on the bottom for the extra authentic touch. The patch pocket on the front has the Osh Kosh logo on. Embroidered twill overalls ($25.00) Girls aren’t left out at Osh Kosh, they can wear overalls as well. The hot pink overalls are awesome. They have lots of pockets and girlie buttons. The patch pocket on the front has the logo on the front, and it also has embroidery. These overalls are suitable for girls of 6 months up to 5 years old. Classic Jeans Varsity Wash ($26.00) Osh Kosh is very similar to Gap for Kids. The durable, soft cotton denim is extremely comfortable. They can also be adjusted at the waist. This means that they can be worn even as the kids grow up. These jeans have authentic rivets and denim patches to give them a classic look. They are available for boys between the age of 4 to 7. Embroidered bootcut jeans ($28.00) Young girls need a bit of detail on their jeans to show that it is for girls. They are done in a subtle way; there isn’t a ton of pink stitching and embroidery all over them. The buttonhole is edged in pink thread and there is a small patch of embroidery on one of the legs. There is also a small patch of embroidery on one of the patch pockets on the back. The jeans are made of soft stretch denim so they’re comfy. These jeans can also be adjusted at the waist. This means that these jeans should last a couple of years.

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