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Boys & Girls' Back-to-School Wardrobes for Under $100!

Kids clothing can seem so amazingly cheap (slightly selfish admission: at least when compared to the stuff I buy for myself) that it's hard to stop yourself from buying piles and piles of it. But even if you're shopping at places like the Gap and Old Navy vs. say, Jacadi, it adds up—and fast. I don't know about you, but when I see cute eight dollar glitter t-shirts for my daughter at K-mart, it can be hard to not buy, you know, 10 of them.

Well, with the back-to-school season upon us, it's time to stop the madness and go for the kind of cute classics that will last (and work with everything else your kids already own).

So here's proof that you can rebuild your son's and daughter's school wardrobes, for under $100 total, with a mix of classics that they'll be able to wear over and over, plus a few statement pieces (how cute is that mustache necklace?) that will help them stand out from the lunchroom crowd.

Denim on denim is the way to go, but this will pair just as nicely with cords or cargo pants.

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