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givemeaclue Wed 29-Jun-11 14:13:53

would love a good quality hooded towel but not one that is a 'character' - even better if it can be personalised with their name

any suggestions?

moragbellingham Wed 29-Jun-11 14:41:26

The only ones I've bought have been from La Redoute (twice) - child's hooded pocho at £10.50. The quality is much better this year and they are long sleeved and have loads of colours.

Mitty James make them too but have no idea about quality though the designs are nice.

Zwitterion Wed 29-Jun-11 21:37:28

I just bought a boots one and it was shite - age 1-3 but couldn't get it over DDs head (18 months).

To be fair though they have refunded me, but it's still a rubbish product so avoid!

laura0007 Wed 29-Jun-11 21:48:29

Mine are from Boden, good quality and nice colours. Not expensive either

SharonGless Wed 29-Jun-11 21:52:58

Boden for me too although DD was given one from Next which has been good too

wonkylegs Wed 29-Jun-11 22:06:54

I made my DS's dinosaur one but since then I've seen great ones by a company called kidorable - we bought some of their other stuff and it was great quality, we got ours from a company called hey kids , I think it's www.heykids.co.uk

netbook Wed 29-Jun-11 22:09:34

one of these arrived from la redoute today. DS is very happy.

I sized up so although the sleeves are too long it will last him a long time.

isw Wed 29-Jun-11 22:10:59

ikea do fab ones, then u could just get the names added on

www.ikea.com/us/en/catalog/categories/departments/childrens_ikea/18700/

wonkylegs Wed 29-Jun-11 22:14:03

The White company do a plain White one for up to 4yrs too

ChocChipWine Wed 29-Jun-11 22:14:12

Second the ikea one - we have one and it was brilliant on hols last year and is only £7 in the UK

KenDoddsDadsDog Wed 29-Jun-11 22:20:50

Boden for me too. They aré in the sale at the moment.

HackneyCabbage Wed 29-Jun-11 22:26:38

John lewis has them, some on sale too.

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