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Funky Bright Baby Clothes?

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JillJill32 Wed 02-Dec-09 13:35:25

Does anyone know any brands that do funky bright coloured baby clothes that are NOT exclusively available pastel shades of blue, pink, white and yellow?

Specifically, I'm on the search for something cheery to buy for my new babe for the trip home from hospital, but generally I have an aversion to pink and am keen to find a good quality retailer that will do interesting good quality outfits over the years too.

allaboutme Wed 02-Dec-09 13:35:57

H&M

fruitsticksinyourstocking Wed 02-Dec-09 13:40:30

I have the same issue

Can't stand baby blue or boys in camouflage & denim!

Depends what your budget is.

The whole Nordic kids range is absolutely lovely but you'll need a second mortage, as with tobytiger, brights and stripes etc.

Next have some lovely bright colours in for boys at the moment - blue, red etc and they are cheaper.

There is a website that just does plain colourful vests etc but I can't remember it - someone will be along shortly who can smile

babyOcho Wed 02-Dec-09 13:45:39
JillJill32 Wed 02-Dec-09 14:31:20

Hi thanks, That's what I'm talking about!... the nordic kids and the polarn o pyret stuff is great!

The only prob now is the price - £30 for a babygro!? Still - maybe for the odd special occassion.

Will check out Next and H&M too once on mat leave - (their online sites are not v good.

Makipuppy Wed 02-Dec-09 14:33:51
babyOcho Wed 02-Dec-09 14:36:31

If there is a polarn o pyret near you, they often have quite good stuff on sale.

We got loads in the sale for DD when she was really small. They are pretty good quality as well.

Plutothatpresentdown Wed 02-Dec-09 14:39:06

DS is kitted out in a mixture of hand me down and new P&P and Nordic stuff - it's really really good quality and even better when they get a bit older and don't grow so fast. You can't get P&P on line in the UK but they have a few shops. www.thehedgepig.co.uk do similar stuff to Nordic and sometimes it's a bit cheaper.

H&M are good too.

TheDevilWearsPrimark Wed 02-Dec-09 14:40:27

www.ksbkids.com/

always brilliant quality. The stock changes all the time too so have a look again in a few days,

La redoute and p.o.p are fab too.

TheDevilWearsPrimark Wed 02-Dec-09 14:42:38

also

www.greenbaby.co.uk/

and H&M , baby gap and Zara.

Makipuppy Wed 02-Dec-09 14:46:59

Green baby is the nicest cotton by far.

But if you want something bright this is very seasonal with some little tights...

Toby Tiger, have a look on ebay. Lovely bright colours. 2nd H&M, gap (although I find ebay better for choice than the stores these days) and next catalogue as a lot of the stores just do blue & pink pastel stuff.

montmartre Wed 23-Dec-09 22:21:06

Rainbow babies- any colour you want.

happypants Tue 27-Jul-10 21:19:42

Have bought stuff from this site..fun, bright clothes., really cool clothes..I hate the plain blue and pink outfits.

They have a sale on at the moment - hoorah and also donate to charity which makes a nice change

www.schmoomin.com hope this helps?

Peckeroo Wed 03-Nov-10 17:27:53

www.funkylittlemunky.com

if you want funky colour baby gro's i dont think you can do much better than here...

Bright babygros

Chardanna Wed 03-Nov-10 21:23:58

www.babymoos.co.uk

QualityQueen Sat 19-Mar-11 12:26:24

www.polarnopyret.co.uk - online at last! Free P&P at the moment - quote FPP at checkout

tigermummy35 Tue 22-Mar-11 18:50:08

Pumpkin Patch is great, but again can be a bit pricey.

Sirzy Sun 10-Apr-11 20:17:58

Blue zoo at debenhams is great for brighter stuff!

DuelingFanjo Sun 10-Apr-11 20:28:28

these are cute. I've just bought a few pairs. I haven't received them yet but they seem really cool and lots of choice.

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grazzenger Thu 04-Aug-11 12:46:08

our local children's clothing shop uses the line "because childhood's too short for pastel shades". sums it up nicely! and they've a great scandinavian organic brand, maxomorra which has lots of baby grows, rompers etc. bright colours and scandinavian design but not the price of POP or others, especially in their sale at the moment.

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Astralabe Sat 28-Apr-12 18:34:35

My auntie sends over clothes from the US which admittedly isn't much help but maybe you can get them on eBay? They are so funky and non girly.. I really love them. Hang on I'll go find the names.

Astralabe Sat 28-Apr-12 18:36:08

Carters... Gorgeous!

beaniesq Thu 30-Aug-12 18:35:31

Try www.spottyfroggybaby.com
It's ALL bright baby grows from newborn to 18months and boys and girls. Plus unisex stuff.

lighthousekeeping Thu 30-Aug-12 18:40:00

I've bought brand new Katvig baby grows on eBay recently and they are stunning.

BikeRunSki Thu 30-Aug-12 19:31:00

Molo
Online shops - IndiaCoco and Little Sunflowers, Boden
On high street - H&M, John Lewis, Next, Sainsbury's. All also do the pastel crap, buy good brights too.
Keep an eye on TKMaxx for Katvig too.
JojoMamanBebe, Boots

Wish Carters shipped to the UK!

lovepigeon Thu 30-Aug-12 19:49:25

I've been given presents of cute brightly coloured clothes from French relatives from a shop called Du Pareil au Meme:

www.dpam.com/

they deliver in UK and are not too pricey.

I have the same problem and have really struggled to find any clothes I like in England, the colours are just so dull and my DD looks lovely in bright colours.

millymae Thu 30-Aug-12 20:20:15

Have a look at the Love it Love it Love it web-site http://www.loveitloveitloveit.co.uk/
You'll definitely find something bright and cheerful here because it's all they stock. I've bought lots of things over the last 12 months and they've all arrived really quickly and washed well.

Shopaholic2012 Sun 16-Sep-12 21:46:35

I love Boden, and Joules although its a bit pricey.
Theres TotzShop they have a good website with good sales, plus e-bay is quite good for the odd bargain

ConfessionsofaMumpreneur Mon 11-Mar-13 23:06:49

Try www.KyNaboutique.co.uk, they have bright rompers with dinosaurs/ penguins etc on them . Also H&M do a great range of bright vests and Marks & Spencer have just started doing some brigt bits x

anniewhite82 Fri 28-Mar-14 16:27:50

Just came across this really cool brand. Very colourful trendy baby grows in organic cotton. Check it out
www.bright-baby.com

anniewhite82 Fri 28-Mar-14 16:28:59

Just came across this really cool brand. Very colourful trendy baby grows in organic cotton. Check it out
www.bright-baby.com

SeaNanners Fri 28-Mar-14 21:08:25

Try zulily its starts every morning at 6am if your up on a morning feed its ideal they do some amazing stuff not available on the highstreet at really low prices i got LO some classic rompers and stuff from there and it was so cheap yet the quality is amazing i tried polarn o pyret and they are way over rated and the fact their foreign makes me wonder why British mothers are so drawn to it £18 for a flipping cotton sleep suit no thanks lol even there sale items are overpriced you can buy the same stuff in next and mothercare

Runningtrainers Fri 28-Mar-14 21:10:28

Oilily... Brilliant quality too.

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