Growing pains, they're not just for the kids. Before you know it, your child will grow up and out of his clothes before the school year is over. Shopping for your toddler or pre-schooler  can be tricky, and sometimes, a test of patience. While there is always the temptation to dress them in the latest styles, it's important to think practically and invest in clothes that will last longer. ruchitaa To help you with this task, we decided to call in an expert. Ruchita Dar Shah,  mother and Chief Mommy Officer at First Moms Club -  a digital community for moms to share there experiences, information and views - has been there, done that, and seen her fair share with raising her boys. Here's what she recommends.

1) FG4 Beige Collar Shirt With Tie

This shirt is great because your son can wear it with simple jeans and tan shoes, and be ready for any occasion that requires semi formal dressing. Dads will always love to watch their son dress like a mini version of themselves. Like this article? Also read: Looking For A Pair Of Comfortable Heels? Try These 8 Pairs

2) Cars Blue Graphic T-Shirt

Anything to do with the movie Cars is always a big hit with the boys. Also, I love the bright colour.

3) FG4 Grey Printed Shirt

Suspenders add to the style and bring about a old world charm to this outfit.

4) Lilliput White Embroidered Top

This top with its dainty embroidery is very pretty. And it comes in many colours. #WinWin Like this article? Also read: These Are the Most Click-Happy Cities in the World According to Instagram

5) PSPeaches Yellow Solid Dress

yellow dress
I love this bright yellow, sailor-collar-and-checks combination.

6) Dark Blue Denim Dungaree

Denim dungarees should be a staple in every child's wardrobe. It can be worn in so many ways.

7)Embroidered Kurta Pyjama Set

As the festival and wedding season is around the corner, a classic kurta pyajama set is a must.

8) Lehenga Set

lehenga choli set
A lehenga set is the perfect ethnic wear for girls for the festive and wedding season. Like this article? Also read: India’s Best Independent Artisanal Chocolatiers Image Courtesy: