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Unisex clothes for babies and toddlers

(8 Posts)
FashionBaby Sun 21-Oct-12 12:19:41

Where would you shop for these? Are there many available? or do you just search for neutral colours on the high-street?

5madthings Sun 21-Oct-12 12:23:27

Next have a unisex range in rainbow colours. Also.i was in john lewis tbe other day and quite a lot of their baby/toddler clothes were unisex tho stores still divide them my gender. You just have to look around tbh. H&m is also good sometimes and m&s has unisex stuff in their newborn/baby range.

5madthings Sun 21-Oct-12 13:18:43

tobytiger does lovely clothes, lots of which are unisex, just google smile

AuntPepita Sun 21-Oct-12 14:02:24

H&m boys section, colourful, cheap, cheerful. Don't go near the pink tackiness that is the girls sections!

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ConfessionsofaMumpreneur Mon 11-Mar-13 22:50:42

KyNa Boutique do some great unisex clothes,(online) as do Zara and H&M. You might also want to try Tootsa Mcginty (online)

ConfessionsofaMumpreneur Mon 11-Mar-13 22:51:35

KyNa Boutique do some great unisex clothes,(online) as do Zara and H&M. You might also want to try Tootsa Mcginty (online)

slightlysoupstained Mon 11-Mar-13 23:05:32

Finding that it's getting harder to buy unisex stuff for DS as he's getting bigger - there seems to be more unisex choice for new babies (maybe because they expect people to be buying when they don't yet know?).

In a lot of shops, I find myself picking out something cute that I think would suit a kid of either gender, and then I look up and it's under "Boys". And the girls clothes all look like a variation on the same sparkly frilly item. hmm angry

Not very good at unisex clothes IMHO: George (Asda), Mothercare. (I think they're trying to be uber-boyish, or uber-girly, and neither really appeal so I end up leaving empty-handed.)

Sainsburys, H&M have been better IME, though still have to look.

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