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Online, non-girly brands for a four year old

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AmandaPayne Sun 03-Feb-13 22:32:16

Jut that really. I'm after good quality (i.e will last two daughters), online stuff for DD1. She's not a fan of pink and frilly, and I can't bear stupid slogans (so am exercising my power on that one whilst I can!). Particularly after t-shirts/tops.

I have a fair amount of Boden,but nothing is appealing at the moment. Too 'meh'. Also tend to buy John Lewis and H&M (but find H&M online rubbish and have moved away from their nearest store). DD1 likes bold colours or logos - you know 'my tiger t-shirt', 'my bus t-shirt', 'my stripey one'.

Any ideas?

treaclesoda Sun 03-Feb-13 22:38:10

Vertbaudet or La Redoute?

I hate stupid slogans etc as well, and although there are a few horrible T shirts in the range, I do think there are quite a lot of nicer things in the range as well, and in nicer colours than the constant pink and frilly stuff.

AmandaPayne Sun 03-Feb-13 22:40:59

Ooh, will check those out. Thanks.

Keep 'em coming smile

PacificDogwood Sun 03-Feb-13 22:42:30

What's that skandinavian company called? Polet something??

Hang on a mo', I love their stuff, weird name though.

princessnumber2 Sun 03-Feb-13 22:44:26

Jo Jo maman bebe do up to 5 years. Lots of plain and striped tops. They've gone a bit more pink and flowery lately which is very annoying but you can still get navy and red tops, skirts etc

PacificDogwood Sun 03-Feb-13 22:45:04

Polarn o Pyret

No wonder I can never remember them!

Speedos Sun 03-Feb-13 22:45:15

Pumpkin patch.

stargirl1701 Sun 03-Feb-13 22:45:28

Polarn o pyret



I buy all these brands via eBay.

treaclesoda Sun 03-Feb-13 22:45:35

Is it Polarn o Pyret?

treaclesoda Sun 03-Feb-13 22:45:57

ah, cross posted!

Charmingbaker Sun 03-Feb-13 22:46:29

It's Polarn o Pyret, also check out No Added Sugar and Molo.

PacificDogwood Sun 03-Feb-13 22:50:25


I also use Jacko-o quite a lot, mainly for boy's stuff that in NOT camouflage/navy blue, but I like their girl's things too. They ship to the UK - I think the site language can be changed to English too.

Dylanlovesbaez Sun 03-Feb-13 22:50:30

All of the above. Also Toby tiger and frugi, blossom and bob.

PacificDogwood Sun 03-Feb-13 22:51:34

English link
Should've checked before my previous post...

AmandaPayne Sun 03-Feb-13 22:54:43

Ooh, great.

Is Pumpkin Patch still around online? I know that their stores closed?

DD1 would love this from JoJo. But she doesn't want every top to have a blue background. Why aren't there similar girls ones?

Love Skandinavian stuff. The 't-shirts' heading (not girls/boys) appeals to the feminist side of me. Have some meandi but you had to buy it through an agent in the UK, no idea where I get it now I have moved away from her?

JerryLeadbetter Mon 04-Feb-13 00:02:27

Nordic kids website is brilliant, I buy both DS and DD clothes from here

TheYamiOfYawn Mon 04-Feb-13 07:56:16

love it love it love it is an online shop with lovely bright non girly stuff.

serin Mon 04-Feb-13 16:41:01


caramelgirl Mon 04-Feb-13 16:47:10

Oilily, lovely stuff

RosyRoo Mon 04-Feb-13 16:52:37

Cos kid's stuff is not really girly, and they have some things in bright colours as well as quite a bit of grey.

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