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NICE(!!) Boys winter coat?

(15 Posts)
Disenchanted3 Mon 20-Jul-09 12:17:27

Been prompted by fab M&S promo to get DS uniform sorted!

No nice coats on there or anywhere else!

Anyone?

Tinker Mon 20-Jul-09 12:20:16

How old is the boy?

Disenchanted3 Mon 20-Jul-09 12:26:06

5

ihatemyjob Mon 20-Jul-09 12:27:41

I haven't seen any boys winter coats in the shops yet.

SweinFeld Mon 20-Jul-09 12:27:57

try a shop.

Disenchanted3 Mon 20-Jul-09 12:30:14

I want to buy online thanks.

ill keep looking.

ihatemyjob Mon 20-Jul-09 12:32:36

I don't think many online places have all their winter stuff yet except la redoute and vertbaudet.

AmazingBouncingFerret Mon 20-Jul-09 12:34:24

You'll be better looking when most of the summer sales are over and stores are launching their Autumn/Winter lines.

Disenchanted3 Mon 20-Jul-09 12:39:20

oh which one> ... A

.... B??

... C?? too short?

or cheapie D?

jojos4angels Mon 20-Jul-09 15:59:09

A is my fave, C would be if it was a bit longer.
I think duffle coats look lovely on little children.

LadyPinkofPinkerton Mon 20-Jul-09 16:02:02

B is lovely. Nice and smart but practical too

Fimbo Mon 20-Jul-09 16:10:59

You need something practical for school as they go out in all weathers even the rain, woollen jackets are awful when they get wet and they stink.

I would go for D out of them all.

Fimbo Mon 20-Jul-09 16:13:04

I would get something from here

listenglisten Mon 20-Jul-09 16:14:42

However, I don't think my children wore a winter coat before half term, just a lightweight waterproof as it wasn't really cold.

It might be worth waiting in case he has a growth spurt after starting school.

Disenchanted3 Mon 20-Jul-09 16:39:00

I got A

i got him age 6 as their sizes always come up small,

he has got a waterproof for rainy days

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