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Baby growing out of clothes/any sales?

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Bella8 Tue 14-Nov-17 16:51:19

Hello, Anybody know if there is currently any deals on baby/toddler clothes going to size 12-18months. My 8 month old is growing like a weed and I can't keep up! DS's. 9-12 month clothes already getting small and I'm constantly buying as his things aren't lasting five minutes.

Wait4nothing Tue 14-Nov-17 16:53:29

If you ship at Sainsbury’s and have any vector points they have a double up event on to spend your points. They also have a 25% off at the end of the month.
I find primark are good for clothes that get grown out of quickly (and I buy the biggest size I can) or you can find 2nd hand very cheaply on Facebook.

Bella8 Tue 14-Nov-17 17:23:12

Thanks I always get DS's sleepsuits from sainsburys as find them good quality and generous. Not so generous on the clothes but fine in bigger sizes. Thanks that's great, I caught the sale once before and got some great deals but never been lucky enough to catch it again so it's good to know when it is! Thanks again 😀

Dreams16 Tue 14-Nov-17 20:17:41

How about trying eBay sometimes brand new baby clothes are on there with tags still or barely worn branded clothes bundles at good prices specially for little ones as they do grow fast or clothes get ruined after a while another place worth considering is primark cheap and cheerful can get a few outfits

Look at the online sales for likes of John Lewis Debenhams marks and Spencer’s for good deals managed to pick up a few good outfits for my DS for current size and next few sizes up

Baby gap is another good one I’ve found the clothes are good from there as well as John Lewis and marks seem to last long and my DS gets the wear out of them

Tesco clothing isn’t very good I find the sizes too small and feel like I’m trying to dislocate my poor DS arms if ever trying to get one of the tops on so given up on Tesco clothing

Asda is ok but I would look at the sales online

Bella8 Wed 15-Nov-17 12:57:11

Thanks everyone 👍🏼😃

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