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    Did you yet him down ok in the end?

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    Well I was up a lot last night, son whinging, daughter bit of a blocked nose.
    So basically I'm wrecked....

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    Quote Originally Posted by Nasim2 View Post
    Took me an hour but he did finally and is awake again at 6.30 😄 he's hungry this time but is dozing off I might still get an hour or so of rest until my 3 year old wakes up!
    Are you using the teething gel? Panadol? Teething sucks. In fact when kids are unwell it sucks. Hate it.

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    I second laying down or just sitting down in silence.

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    Anyone shop at xspirit? Sport girl? Cotton on? Country road?

    Which store has better quality?

    Xspirit was a little expensive in my opinion, cotton on can have nice items, seen a long sleeve top yesterday but it was light, so not sure how warm that will be, country road a purchased a nice top from there, which I wanted to get a different colour yesterday but it slipped my mind. Sports girl have not had a proper good look.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Nafsika View Post
    Anyone shop at xspirit? Sport girl? Cotton on? Country road?

    Which store has better quality?

    Xspirit was a little expensive in my opinion, cotton on can have nice items, seen a long sleeve top yesterday but it was light, so not sure how warm that will be, country road a purchased a nice top from there, which I wanted to get a different colour yesterday but it slipped my mind. Sports girl have not had a proper good look.
    I'm really struggling with clothes TBH. Cotton on quality is rubbish, wash it once and it's all out of shape.

    Esprit is good quality but over priced as is Country road.

    Sportsgirl isn't the best (or worst) quality but is too expensive for what it is and their styles are a bit out there for my liking.

    So finding the quality and price medium is hard. You do get what you pay for I guess. I like the quality of country road and witchery and cue type shops but it's too expensive and the cheap ones are well.... Cheap. Target stoke a good medium of cost and quality but the cut of the fabrics and styles really are quite daggy.

    I prefer to shop online instead of buying retail brands as you can still get quality brands but often on sale. Only downside is not being able to try them on and feel the fabric etc.

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    Quote Originally Posted by A-Squared View Post
    I'm really struggling with clothes TBH. Cotton on quality is rubbish, wash it once and it's all out of shape.

    Esprit is good quality but over priced as is Country road.

    Sportsgirl isn't the best (or worst) quality but is too expensive for what it is and their styles are a bit out there for my liking.

    So finding the quality and price medium is hard. You do get what you pay for I guess. I like the quality of country road and witchery and cue type shops but it's too expensive and the cheap ones are well.... Cheap. Target stoke a good medium of cost and quality but the cut of the fabrics and styles really are quite daggy.

    I prefer to shop online instead of buying retail brands as you can still get quality brands but often on sale. Only downside is not being able to try them on and feel the fabric etc.
    I've been shopping at sussan im large and been buying off sales rack because I don't have much money. Also Coles clothes are fantastic if you have a tight budget plus they wash and wash!! I'm a tight *** on clothes lol

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    Quote Originally Posted by monnie24 View Post
    I've been shopping at sussan im large and been buying off sales rack because I don't have much money. Also Coles clothes are fantastic if you have a tight budget plus they wash and wash!! I'm a tight *** on clothes lol
    Which Coles do clothes? I've not seen them in any close to me.

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    Quote Originally Posted by A-Squared View Post
    Which Coles do clothes? I've not seen them in any close to me.
    Coles at Greenacres and Kilburn (next to costco) have clothes.

    I like Country Road and their clothes are really good quality. Sportsgirl is ok, but like @A-Squared said, the styles can be a bit out there for the price. I also find sportsgirl usually sells the kind of clothes that are designed specifically for a fashion fad, so you don't get as much wear out of them as something more classic.

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    I haven't been into esprit for years! Mum used to buy me their clothes when I was a kid!

    Cotton on is terrible quality. It's ok for scarves and some accessories, someone's singlet tops etc, but the clothes are bad quality. I won't buy things for DS from their either, as even the kids clothes are cr@p quality!


 

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