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Let's talk baby clothes.. Have you SEEN this?

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Hurryupandordernow Wed 27-Apr-16 19:47:48

These dresses are lovely and I always thought I'd put my baby in the odd bit of designer... But oh my goodness. The pricing!

I need help - someone hold me back from buying the blue dress. It's gorgeous and I can't afford it, not even if I ate soup for a week grin

kimlo Wed 27-Apr-16 19:53:53

That blue dress is lovely, but not £220 worth of lovely. Go to zara or some where and get a lovely much cheaper dress, they only wear them about twice.

scandichick Wed 27-Apr-16 19:54:20

You'll put it on once. Then she'll be sick on it after twenty minutes, and you'll be swearing at the label saying 'Dry-cleaning only'... When you get it back from the dry cleaners, it'll be too small.

Check eBay for second hand dresses instead, bought by people like you who didn't reign themselves in - you'll save a fortune.

Pinklily1 Wed 27-Apr-16 19:55:13

Who buys stuff that expensive that will probably fit the baby for a matter of weeks?!

bippitybopityboo Wed 27-Apr-16 19:58:48

H and m zara next river island all do some beautiful things high street prices I wouldn't pay more than this to be traumatised when baby is sick or get a them dirty!
Also if you have a look people on Facebook and ebay sell lovely 'spanish' baby clothes and they Do lovely fussy girls dressed and 'prince george' style clothes for boys ☺

luckySwallow13 Wed 27-Apr-16 20:00:19

It would be cheaper to pay someone who could sew to make that .. And it would be far more personal .

CutYourHairAndGetAJob Wed 27-Apr-16 20:02:24

You do realise that your baby is guaranteed to have a poospolsion as soon as you put that dress on her?

rosieliveson1 Wed 27-Apr-16 20:05:41

My Ds is six months old. Today he wore three outfits. Was sick on the first after 90 minutes. Poo explosion on the second then the third got sweet potato all and I mean ALL over it when he got hold of the loaded weaning spoon.
The most I have spent on an outfit for him was 29.5O for a romper. That now feels a wasteful!
Use the pattern as a starting point and get online shopping. You could kit baby out in a whole age range for 220!

KeyboardMum Wed 27-Apr-16 20:13:56

It's lovely, but babies grow so quickly. I suppose you could always hang it on your wall as a nice decoration when baby has grown out of it in two weeks?

scandichick Wed 27-Apr-16 20:24:07

What? £220??

I thought it was £22, which would be a waste of money in my book. Might have to have a sit-down now.

SoftSheen Wed 27-Apr-16 20:24:40

Have a look at these , very cute and less than a tenth of the price.

Though personally, if I wanted to splash out I would go for a couple of super-nice rompers or baby grows, which you are more likely to get good use out of.

Hurryupandordernow Wed 27-Apr-16 21:23:24

Soft I love Boden baby X

cally0 Thu 28-Apr-16 07:11:30

Monsoon will prob have a very similar style to the blue dress! And much cheaper too!

ChickyDuck Thu 28-Apr-16 07:36:13

I have never looked at the Boden baby stuff before - it's gorgeous!!!

tilder Thu 28-Apr-16 10:27:56

Boden is gorgeous on kids. Plus brilliant quality. There are always discount codes around plus they do brilliant sales. Loads of boden on ebay too.

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