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Right, where do you buy your ds's clothes from? (secretly hoping I may come across a decent website here)

(34 Posts)
Nbg Fri 19-Sep-08 20:27:45

Next, M&S, Vertbaudet and La Redoute all seem really dull this year.

Mini Mode have some lovely stuff, as do Boden but I cannot quite afford to kit the ds's out in their stuff.

Where do you shop?

NoblesseOblige Fri 19-Sep-08 20:30:19

boden sale. green baby sale. ebay.

am tightgrin

NoblesseOblige Fri 19-Sep-08 20:30:49

if you are going in person, H&M

Lizzylou Fri 19-Sep-08 20:31:37

Vertbaudet and Next mainly, topped up with M&S, Asda and tesco

ChasingSquirrels Fri 19-Sep-08 20:32:00

tesco, asda, sainsburys - we aren't really in the same mind set are we

malfoy Fri 19-Sep-08 20:32:45

I get my sister to send over Monoprix stuff from Paris but exchange is rubbish.

NoblesseOblige Fri 19-Sep-08 20:33:15

woolies are good too - can you buy clothes from there online?

FiveGoMadInDorset Fri 19-Sep-08 20:33:34

second hand off here have got some great stuff for DS for not a lot otherwise sales.

rempy Fri 19-Sep-08 20:34:32

Rainbow babies online do basics in bright colours, no logos or slogans. Ive had a couple of tees from there, good quality.

Nbg Fri 19-Sep-08 20:35:28

No I get some bits from Tesco.
We only them and a Mackays here for kids stuff.

Was thinking of Jako and other european places but again, exchange is pants.

I love H&M too but I cant get to one. I need online really.

jkklpu Fri 19-Sep-08 20:35:35

jojo maman bebe nice for a treat but more expensive than Mothercare, H&M et al.

Heated Fri 19-Sep-08 20:38:39

Online: Vertbaudet, Next sale, Pumpkinpatch, M&S, Seasalt, Fatface sale

In store: H&M, Primark (for Bodenesque PJs), Debenhams

Heated Fri 19-Sep-08 20:39:07

Oh yes forgot Mackays

Thomcat Fri 19-Sep-08 20:39:42

Well have just bought DD3 a Kenzo dress and DD1 & 2 also got treated to overly expensive dresses too.

But as a rule:
(and DD1 is 6.5, DD2 is 2.5, DD3 is nearly 1 <gulp>)

New Look
La Redoute
Ebay for designer bits and pieces at bargin prices

Anna8888 Fri 19-Sep-08 20:40:43

Doré-Doré for tights and socks
Petit Bateau for underwear and t-shirts

chankins Fri 19-Sep-08 20:41:48

Really love h&m for my ds, and my dds too. Mckays good for boys.

Or asda tesco etc !

FrayedKnot Fri 19-Sep-08 20:43:19

For something completely different, check this site out


Expensive though sad

But very refreshing grin

LisaLessLumpy Fri 19-Sep-08 20:48:11

Pumpkin Patch

Aefondkiss Fri 19-Sep-08 23:32:50

Frayedknot, what a lovely website, sighsmile

singingtree Sat 20-Sep-08 06:44:54

John Lewis has lovely boys clothes at the moment - nice strong stripes and good colours. Bodenesque pyjamas too. Much cheaper though. I buy most of his stuff on ebay tbh, as I like nice clothes but am not prepared to spend loads on things he will grow out of

Nbg Sat 20-Sep-08 17:06:51

I forgot about JL.
In fact I never think to look there for kids clothes.

I have the Nordic kids in my faves. I like to look at it and sigh occasionaly grin
Although there boys trousers, particularly the smaller sized ones, they are in H&M atm.
The ones with the big waistband and and the bright print yogaish pants.

LIZS Sat 20-Sep-08 17:12:02

H and M, Next, Debenhams, Gap and brands like Quiksilver from Debenhams/John Lewis/TK mxx

Nbg Sat 20-Sep-08 17:13:34

their not there blush

littlestrawberry Sat 20-Sep-08 19:10:49

Like chasingsquirrels, practically all my boys clothes come from asda, tesco or sainsburys. Coats and underwear from M&S.

TrinityRhino Sat 20-Sep-08 19:17:48

Do your kids have only a few items of clothes

cause there is no way I could afford to buy from all these shops like boden, next, h &m, mackays

how do you do it??

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