Primary clothing is soft and tagless, which is a major plus for parents of kids with sensory issues.
For those of you who have a little girl who doesn’t want to be a walking stereotype, all Primary clothing is free of glitter and sequins.
You won’t find slogans or snarky phrases on Primary clothing. Have you seen some of the kid’s graphic tees lately?
I love that their clothing allows kids to be kids. The prices are affordable, and shipping is ALWAYS free. Free with no minimum purchase! There is a 90 day free return policy, in case you run into any problems.
** I wanted to update this post now that we have had our Primary Clothes for several months (You can read my first update later in this post). We still LOVE the clothes we purchased, especially the pajamas and hoodies. Our pajamas were totally free, which makes them even better! You can get free pajamas too with this link: Free Classic PJs with Orders $50+ w/Code AFFPJS17. New Customers Only. **
All that is great, but let me show you what I really like most about Primary clothing.
You can shop by color! I have a daughter who would wear blue every single day if it were possible, and my son is hooked on bright green. I love being able to shop by color. It also makes it easy to mix and match items.
You can view the clothing by gender or age.
Everything is under $25. First time buyers receive 20% off. <—That is an affiliate link. You receive a discount, and I receive a small commission.
You can also save money with the free pajama referral program. Share five friends’ emails and they get free pajamas with a purchase of 50.00. In turn, you get 10.00 off your purchase. The best part of the free pajama deal is that the pajamas count toward the 50 dollar minimum purchase. For example, I used a free pajama code and got: long sleeved pajama top, pajama bottoms, a bow dress, and a twirl skirt for 27.00 total. That was a wonderful deal! If you’d like an email with the pajama offer, just give me a shout.
Our clothes have arrived, and they are perfect. The colors are bold and bright. The fabric is soft. Even the packaging is fun and colorful. We will definitely be shopping Primary.com again!
Is Primary kids clothing true to size? We found the sizing to be spot on. Kenlee is a petite ten year old and normally wears a size ten (size eight in jeans). The arm holes on the dress were just a little big, and the sleeves on the jacket were just a little long. We bought size 10-12, and expected as much.
Where are Primary clothes manufactured? It seems that Primary clothes are manufactured in China. I have seen Primary Kids Clothing listed on several websites as made in the USA, but as you can see the label inside the above blue hoodie and also in these pink pajamas state that they are made in China.