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    Default QQ about kids clothes

    Just a quick random question....

    When looking at buying kiddies clothes, do you prefer to buy as a 'set' ( matching shorts and shirt) or pick and choose separates?

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    I prefer to buy sets, unless it's like a top that would look good with jeans. My pet hate is being given a top or bottom and then having to try and find something that matches. I just can't be bothered and usually just pass on to Vinnies.

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    I like to pick separates because I'm not a fan of being too matchy matchy. I have been given some sets though and I just use them as separates.

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    I prefer separates because DS is often a size bigger in the body and a size smaller in the bottoms so sets often cannot be worn together.

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    Quote Originally Posted by davally View Post
    I prefer separates because DS is often a size bigger in the body and a size smaller in the bottoms so sets often cannot be worn together.
    I have this problem with my kids too, so separates is better here

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    Thanks ladies. I've asked my fb friends and fellow market friends and it seems like everyone is split right down the middle.... Guess I'll have to look into both

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    Definitely separates. I rarely buy sets simply because all 3 of my children have skinny waists so the bottom is always way too big when the shirt will fit etc

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    I like seperates, DS is cloth-bummed so generally takes bigger pants to tops. I enjoy putting his outfits together!


 

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