If you love cute kid clothes, you'll love this news. According to The Patch, Gymboree is making its way back, after filing for bankruptcy a year ago, and closing down all of its stores.

Starting in February, the beloved brand will be back within one of your other favorite children's clothing stores, Children's Place, in Quaker Bridge Mall, Cherry Hill Mall, Jackson Premium Outlets, and 12 other stores in New Jersey (more than 200 stores across the United States). The newly relaunched website describes them as "Shop-in-Shops."

I know what you're thinking...will it be the same Gymboree you loved?  It seems like it...even better, actually. Clothing sizes will run from 12 months - 8. You'll get free shipping and free returns on all online order, no minimum purchase. They have a new app to shop from, and improved an loyalty program.

In a press release, Jane Elfers, President and Chief Executive Officer, said, “We are very proud to announce the return of Gymboree. The Gymboree team has worked tirelessly to bring this iconic brand back to its passionate and loyal customers.”

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