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Gingernut81 Mon 04-Jul-16 07:32:53

Apologies to start with as this is probably in completely the wrong place! DD is 9 months and has skinnied out a bit, I used to put her in Next leggings but these are suddenly massive around her waist. Has anyone any recommendations about where does smaller fitting ones?

switswoo81 Mon 04-Jul-16 08:36:23

I always found tesco clothes quite narrow fitting. My daughter can be strange fitting so I use a lot of dungarees from penny's as they don't catch anywhere.

switswoo81 Mon 04-Jul-16 08:36:57

Oops sorry that's primark in the UK.

Nanasueathome Mon 04-Jul-16 08:38:20

Boden have drawstring waist so can be pulled in to fit

EsmesBees Mon 04-Jul-16 08:40:07

Mine is skinny. I find Boots and Primark fit well. Mothercare, Next and Jojo come up pretty wide.

Hedgeh0g Mon 04-Jul-16 08:58:24

Next come up massive! I find H&M come up quite small. I have some second hand F&F as well which fit well on my skinny toddler, but I'm not sure if that's because they've been shrunk before I owned them.

LIZS Mon 04-Jul-16 09:06:12

I used to add elastic by unpicking a few stitches on the waistband seam and threading elastic through the channel.

TriJo Mon 04-Jul-16 12:29:47

Long and lean 3 month old here - H&M are fantastic for his body shape.

minipie Mon 04-Jul-16 13:13:53

Anything European rather than British tends to come up skinny. H&M, Zara, Vertbaudet

islandmummy Mon 04-Jul-16 13:18:11

BabyGap used to come up very narrow

OiWithThePoodlesAlready Mon 04-Jul-16 13:20:56

My dd1 was a skinny thing and baby gap was basically the only stuff that would fit her. Next stuff is huge.

With dd2 im having the opposite problem. All the baby gap hand me downs won't go up past her lovely chubby knees.

SinisterBumFacedCat Mon 04-Jul-16 13:22:35

Cath Kidston stuff is pretty slim

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