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Clothes for my 10 month old DS

(5 Posts)
Jayne266 Thu 23-May-13 13:08:03

Has anyone been to any good shops or websites where I can find some nice clothes.
I find most shops have a small section for boys and I am struggling to find something that stands out to me.

HappyAsEyeAm Thu 23-May-13 13:11:04

I have a 13 mo boy, and I buy everything online. Try jojo maman bebe, monsoon, gap (they have some clothes that they sell exclusively online and not in the stores), m and s, next (the up o 18mo range) and frugi.

MrsFlorrick Thu 23-May-13 15:36:18

Jayne. Polarn o pyret are amazing for both boys and girls. It's one of the few places where the boys stuff is as exciting and varied as the girls.

Both my DS (2) and DD (4) are dressed primarily in their stuff.

Mumsnet offers has 15% off everything at Polarn o Pyret (also known as POP).

The other is Petit Bateau but £££. I go to the Petit Bateau outlet at the Ashford Designer Outlet (in Kent - there are others). <tight fisted>

Their stuff is lovely. But only worth buying at outlet prices (works out same as gap and POP with the discount). It's too expensive full price for toddlers and preschoolers as they outgrow too fast.

MrsFlorrick Thu 23-May-13 15:41:00

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Their stuff really lasts and most of it is washable at 60c and won't shrink in the dryer. It's also made to sort of grow with them (adjustable waists and cuffs to turn up or down and it looks the part iyswim).

Can't recommend enough really. And their jackets are indestructible - DS tries without luck.

Rowanred Thu 23-May-13 15:45:49

Nordic kids, barnyard kids and little sunflowers, all online, have great stuff for boys.

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