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Good places to buy gender neutral baby clothes?

(21 Posts)
MMurphy1 Sat 30-Apr-16 22:07:00

Hi there! I'm 15 weeks with my first baby and I'm looking to buy nice gender neutral clothes, online or in store. I have a good amount of white basics but I'm not too keen on a lot of girls clothes as I don't like pink or thrilly things. We won't be finding out the sex and I'd like more colours than white green and yellow. Any ideas? smile

This is my first time posting, rather nervous!

Junosmum Sat 30-Apr-16 22:09:07

H&m are good. As are frugi, especially in the sale!

InQuiteAPickle Sat 30-Apr-16 22:09:08

Aw, don't be nervous! Welcome to MN and congratulations flowers.

Next do some nice unisex clothes. Hang on, I'll see if I can find something to link to. smile

Quodlibet Sat 30-Apr-16 22:10:01

Www.loveitloveitloveit.com
John Lewis
Some Next stuff
Polarn o Pyret
Lanabambini.co.uk

Quodlibet Sat 30-Apr-16 22:10:52

Also some h and m basics
Some Zara Kids

Hero1callylost Sat 30-Apr-16 22:11:36

Welcome! Don't be nervous, ignore any scary people!

Have you tried Verbaudet or Polarn O Pyret?

Quodlibet Sat 30-Apr-16 22:11:53

Mothercare Little Bird range too.

Stylingwax Sat 30-Apr-16 22:14:03

Jojo maman do the most gorgeous grows with rainbows embroidered which my DD was in for about 20 minutes before she grew out sob.

LuckySantangelo1 Sat 30-Apr-16 22:14:47

Pigeon organics is a great brand. I think they still have some sale stuff too.

OneMagnumisneverenough Sat 30-Apr-16 22:16:44

www.next.co.uk/g312556s9

www.next.co.uk/x57782s3

www.next.co.uk/x57782s5

www.next.co.uk/x57782s6

www.next.co.uk/g312558s7

BikeRunSki Sat 30-Apr-16 22:17:49

Next do a lot of rainbow/brights, but it's hidden in the boys stuff.
Frugi
John Lewis
H&M
Little Bird at Mothercare (not sure how small they go)
Smafolk
Katvig
Toby Tiger

Lots of Scandi brands, but largely hidden in boys clothes.

InQuiteAPickle Sat 30-Apr-16 22:18:29

Ok, OneMagnum has beaten me to it grin, although I second H&M and Verbaudet for nice unisex bright colours.

nightpiano Sat 30-Apr-16 22:20:33

If you're on a budget, H&M are good.

I was on an extreme budget, so I bought plain white babygros and tie dyed them in funky colours. They looked great, particularly under dungarees, and were very practical.

OneMagnumisneverenough Sat 30-Apr-16 22:20:43

www.next.co.uk/x572784s4

www.next.co.uk/x572784s3

www.next.co.uk/x572796s5

www.next.co.uk/g55840s6

InQuiteAPickle Sat 30-Apr-16 22:21:37

Also, if you do happen to have a girl Next have some non-frilly, non-pink dresses and romper suits. There is a really cute romper suit with boat on - it does have a bit of pink on it but I would love it if I had a baby girl.

OneMagnumisneverenough Sat 30-Apr-16 22:23:03

You get lots of posts on here slagging Next off for only doing stuff with slogans or dressing babies like old men or prostitutes.

There is plenty of nice stuff if you actually just look rather than focussing on stuff you disagree with smile

BikeRunSki Sat 30-Apr-16 22:47:44

YY to Next. They cater for a range of tastes, so you have to hunt a bit (the Next Directory is excellent for this, as I find their website difficult to browse). There are probably threads on other websites complaining that they can't find pink glittery stuff amongst all the brights and stripes.

WanderingTrolley1 Sat 30-Apr-16 22:51:37

White Company.

MMurphy1 Sun 01-May-16 02:46:01

Thank you so much everyone! Will be having a look through all these. Next challenge is names! grin

BreakfastAtSquiffanys Sun 01-May-16 03:04:17

M&co do nice neutrals

Oysterbabe Sun 01-May-16 14:19:05

We got some lovely stuff in Gap.

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