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Knickers for tiny girl with sensitive skin

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FreeButtonBee Sat 19-Sep-15 16:44:48

Anyone know where I can buy knickers for my tiny 2yo DD which won't irritate her skin. At the moment she rips her knickers off the moment she gets home and she is getting red patches on her hip bones from the edging. Ideally I like bOxer style and unfortunately she won't were boys boxers as she has a twin brother and is going through a very clear pink=girls, blue=boys phase hmm. But something without that annoying cheap polyester scalloped edging in a size 2yo max. M&s age 2 hang off her but she needs them slightly loose as she's newly potty trained and tight pants are too tricky.

quangotango Sat 19-Sep-15 16:48:20

have you tried tescos? they sell packs of plain white pants that definitely don't have the horrible synthetic edging - ibreally do sympathise as I have to buy bras without it or I'm clawing my skin off shortly after putting them on

Gileswithachainsaw Sat 19-Sep-15 16:52:38

I bought some nice soft ones from John Lewis. no itchy lace trim. and bhs. not shirts but "shorties" both Dds find then very comfy and dd1 has eczema so is prone to itching.

EarlyNewDawn Sat 19-Sep-15 23:23:34

I'm sure you can get boys in nice bright colours. I'm thinking of next and h&m -not obviously boyish.

woofsaidtimmy Sat 19-Sep-15 23:33:47

Also helps if they are worn inside-out.

SavoyCabbage Sat 19-Sep-15 23:48:54

Boden are the softest but not the tiniest. They are so expensive though. However there are seven in a packet so you don't need any more and they last for years. My dd is tiny too (nine next week and in age 5-6 knickers) and she hardly ever grows out of things.????M&S were the only ones I found to be small enough when my dd first started wearing knickers.

Toughasoldboots Sat 19-Sep-15 23:51:25

Petit bateau are the best in my opinion, really soft, quite expensive though. I used to order online for my dds.

RyanORiley Sun 20-Sep-15 09:43:39

Greenfibres do nice organic cotton things.

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