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Freezingwinter Mon 16-Nov-15 11:42:18

Really struggling to find a nice Christmas day outfit for Ds who will be 10 months. I wanted something cute and overly Christmassy grin but not one of the dress up baby grows..

I've tried Next, mothercare, Asda, tesco, sainsburys, h&m, and Zara. Does anyone have any other ideas for cute boys clothes please?

As a side note I am also after a longline Christmas jumper for me that I can wear over leggings smile

Leviticus Mon 16-Nov-15 11:57:17

See at 10 months I'd say this your only chance to dress him up as a reindeer.

Unhelpful, sorry.

Freezingwinter Mon 16-Nov-15 12:01:49

I am quite tempted to be honest blush only thing putting me off is he gets in a tangle with his all in ones (walking very well when holding onto furniture etc) and standing by himself.. That's why I usually end up putting him in tops/trousers with no socks!

Argh! There's so much stuff for baby girls and hardly anything for baby boys sad

myotherusernameisbetter Mon 16-Nov-15 12:09:34

this one is footless?:,Kids%20_PLAKids%20-->%20Baby%20Up%20to%202%20Yrs%20-->%20All%20Baby%20Boys%20-->%20Sets%20&%20Outfits_M&S%20Pure%20Cotton%20Santa%20Knitted%20All-in-One%20with%20Hat%20RED%200-3%20Months&s_kwcid=AL!2750!3!85692509056!!!g!132660663856!&ef_id=Vkmm-gAABNbxxKhv:20151116120519:s

or this is lovely but maybe too understated?:

Freezingwinter Mon 16-Nov-15 12:24:06

Oh wow!! Thanks so much!! I really love the first Santa one grin I may be off to Marks and Sparks in the week!!

missmargot Mon 16-Nov-15 13:02:48

Last year DS was 11 months and I dressed him in very cute Christmas pudding leggings from Blade and Rose and an M&S long sleeved elf costume t shirt. It satisfied my need to dress him in fancy dress whilst I have the chance up in something cute and Christmassy but he could still move around happily.

ChristmasZombie Mon 16-Nov-15 16:17:34

Cath Kidston had some little christmassy jumpers and cardigans for babies when I was in there last week.

myotherusernameisbetter Mon 16-Nov-15 16:25:41

I know this has feet (skid resistant though) but I couldn't help adding it to the thread smile

myotherusernameisbetter Mon 16-Nov-15 16:27:28

or this from ebay:

NewMrsX Mon 16-Nov-15 16:34:18

I know you said you tried Next but I saw the most gorgeous checked shirt with santa tie in there the other day. I'm just sad it only starts at 3 months because ds won't be quite big enough

myotherusernameisbetter Mon 16-Nov-15 16:41:40

Yes, Next usually have some lovely Christmas stuff but I didn't look as OP said she had already.

They have some lovely jumpers and shirts and even t-shirts that would be nice with a long sleeved body suit under and some suitable trousers.

myotherusernameisbetter Mon 16-Nov-15 16:46:46

and this is cute if you wanted something not so grown up:

nocutsnobuttsnococonuts Mon 16-Nov-15 18:43:02

have u tried matalan or primark?

Fueledwithfairydustandgin Mon 16-Nov-15 22:21:19

I was going to suggest blade and rose too. Or frugi?

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