Gap Kids is the children's division of the popular clothing retailer The Gap.
All about GapKids
GapKids is the children's line that goes along with the parent brand the Gap. They've got outfits for all the little ones in your family, from babies and toddlers up to elementary school kids. Sometimes, you'll find them as stand alone stores, whereas at other times the GapKids line will be incorporated into your local Gap location. No matter where you shop, they have a large selection of children's clothes at affordable prices that look great and last a long time. As an added bonus, the outfits are fun, too!
You can also shop via their website, there are often discounts on the clothes, so make sure to keep an eye out for them! Alternatively, you can let us do the hard work by adding GapKids to your favorite stores right here on Tiendeo.us. We'll keep track of all the best GapKids coupons and deals for you! If you're a frequent shopper at the stores, you may want to consider signing up for the Gap Card to get access to rewards and special offers.
The history of GapKids
GapKids debuted in 1986 as a way to cater to their baby boomer customers, who had started having children of their own. The concept took off and was a huge success. Today, there are over 3,700 Gap locations worldwide, around 2,400 of which are located in the United States.
You might see some famous names on hangers at GapKids
GapKids is already a well known brand thanks to both its popularity and the popularity of its parent brand the Gap. But did you know that it occasionally gets an added boost from some of the big names that do collaborations for its store?
One of those is Kate Spade, who created a line of childrens clothing inspired by their brands Kate Spade New York and Jack Spade. The collection went on sale in 2014 and was only available for 2 weeks! The clothes were created with the holidays in mind, based around a story of a brother and sister's magical adventure to get to grandmother's house for the holidays.
Talk show host Ellen DeGeneres has also worked with GapKids. She worked wtih the stores on a collection that was all about celebrating your individual style. There were lots of bright colors and fun graphic prints.