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Which shops for clothing for slender toddler

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kiskidee Sun 16-Sep-07 10:18:43

online or otherwise. not too pink and girly stuff.

FlossALump Sun 16-Sep-07 10:19:48

Gap clothes are always too tight for my fairly normal sized DS.

tizzwhizz Sun 16-Sep-07 10:38:26

Adams Kids I have found good for my Ds have the adjustable waists on a lot of stuff. They do online. They have recently closed their bigger stores but do still have smaller stores worth checking if there is one near you.

themildmanneredjanitor Sun 16-Sep-07 10:40:18

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Ceolas Sun 16-Sep-07 10:42:09

Gap, Next and Mothercare all do adjustable waists.

Tamdin Sun 16-Sep-07 10:44:09

agree gap on smaller side and petite bateau is a small brand too. ime boden is quite big so if you went the size down that could help ifyswim

walbert Sun 16-Sep-07 10:50:44

Tescos trousers tend to have the adjustable waistband in, and they're nicely priced too! Also, quite a bit of their girls stuff can be plain or more loud and funky rather than girly and frilly. Also, next's t-shirt multipacks tend to have 'tapered' or fitted waists, as do a lot of mini mode's stuff in boots. Don't knoww why though!

boo64 Sun 16-Sep-07 21:52:13

Watch out for M&S - their sizes are crazy and completely out of kilter with average kid sizes for each age in the red book (how sad am I to have checked that!)

i think their 12-18 mths is for 93 cm or something ridiculous.

TheThotPlickens Sun 16-Sep-07 21:53:10

i would say Adams, are slim,
George from ASda slim too.
lots shops now doing adjustable waists.

TheThotPlickens Sun 16-Sep-07 21:53:33

i always ofund M & S too big

kiskidee Sun 16-Sep-07 22:16:09

thanks for the help. will look back again when I am ready to go clothes shopping again.

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