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    Default Where do you buy your baby clothes?

    Hi, I have found some clothes that I would love to get for DS2, but they are a bit pricey for me! The brand is oishi-m, I would post a pic of what I like, but I'm on my phone and can't quite figure it out.
    Anyway I'm after recommendations for super cute and maybe a bit unusual, but not super expensive boy clothes for a 5 month old to toddler size. Online stores please.
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    Have you tried to google? There's quiet a few.
    I like to shop in store as I like to see what I'm buying.
    You can also look on eBay, there's businesses on there.
    Good luck

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    I buy lots of the brand name stuff 2nd hand in Facebook groups - there's a Facebook group for oobi, rock your baby, sooki baby, country road, seed.....& you get the clothes that still look new for less than half price

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    & as far a new clothes go - next online is good & pretty cheap

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    Have you looked on the website scoopon.com.au
    Just checked it out, has lovely stuff.

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    Thanks guys, had a bit of a look at scoopon, but mainly seemed to be summer stuff on there. Tried joining a Facebook group, but still waiting to be accepted.
    Had a bit of a look at country rd and do like some of their baby stuff, although it is fairly plain. Only free delivery if you spend over $200 annoys me a bit! Might have to have a look next time I'm out shopping.

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    Default Where do you buy your baby clothes?

    Catch of the day sometimes have baby clothes for reasonable prices.

    And to add - bonds outlet .com.au and mix apparel .com .au (it's the coles one. Clothes are cheap.)
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    OZsale. Not always cheaper but often lots cheaper. Some stuff comes from overseas so check the expected arrival date for each sale if you don't want to be waiting a couple of weeks for things. Except for big w kmart etc that's where I but almost all of my sons new clothes from

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