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Where can I buy age 2-3 boys school trousers

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mumtoone Fri 04-Jul-08 15:37:32

I am hoping someone can help with my search for school trousers to fit my small 4 year old who starts school in September. I think I will need age 2-3 school trousers for him. He is both short and slim which makes finding school trousers a challenge. I'm looking for suggestions of places to try.

herbietea Fri 04-Jul-08 15:39:04

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NotOodingTheHathWork Fri 04-Jul-08 15:39:36

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HappyMummyOfOne Fri 04-Jul-08 18:27:22

Next do an age 3, the flat front ones are slim fitting and have adjustable waists. Tried loads for DS and found these the best.

Toothyboy Fri 04-Jul-08 22:32:11

Ds1 has been wearing BHS age 3 (height 98cm) for his reception year. He is about the smallest boy in his class.

teslagirl Sat 05-Jul-08 11:10:36

I've had to take tucks waistbands of just about all the school trousers I've ever bought my 2 DSs! I think that looks better than 'adjustable' waistbands yanked upto their very tightest with a great wadge of fabric bunched around their insubstantial behinds!

themildmanneredjanitor Sat 05-Jul-08 11:11:56

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Hobnob76 Sat 05-Jul-08 16:30:06

Asda do them in this size too

pannetone Sat 05-Jul-08 18:38:29

Second John Lewis - my DS had their 18 inch waist (the smallest size) when he started in reception - all the age 3 trousers were too big for him. And they were a very reasonable £3.50! Think age 3 means age 3-4 and my ds needed age 2-3.

Clary Sat 05-Jul-08 22:10:29

Yeah DS2 had size 3 (ie 2-3) M&S ones last Sept. He was a small 4.5yo and they were fine, adjustable waist too.

shariatbz Tue 09-Apr-13 11:07:16

I spent a lot of time searching for the best prices. But I still think the best variety and often the best deals are here: eBay

Groovee Tue 09-Apr-13 11:23:33

Marks and Spencers did a fab sizing for my ds when he started school. Age 3 and I thought the hem would need taken up but as it transpired it was fine.

colditz Tue 09-Apr-13 11:25:00

I doubt this is still an issue for the op

PolterGooseLaidAChocolateEgg Tue 09-Apr-13 11:25:44

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