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    I'm just wondering if anyone has a go to website for winter clothing. Need to buy DS a nice winter coat/jacket and we are so limited where we live I never seem to find anything decent. I don't want to spend a fortune but will pay for something good.
    We live in an area that gets really cold during winter so it needs to be warm.

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    Default Winter clothing

    I like Next, the clothes are generally thicker quality, being that they're geared up for the Uk autumn/winters and very reasonably priced. I've bought some super cute coats for the girls through the years, not needed now as we live in Qld, but when we lived down south they were awesome.
    Best bit, if you spend over $30 the international shipping is free. 😊

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    Check out Next online. Amazing boys clothes. I've got some super jackets & coats from here. Arrives with 3-5 days as well.

    ETA : they have an Australian site.

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    Yep Next online is one of my favourites.

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    Thanks ladies! Will have a look 😀
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    Wobbly horse, what's the difference between the Aus and Uk site?

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    I think just the payment/postage etc is geared for Australia- it's all the same stuff.

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    Just be aware that even if you shop at Next AU and pay in Aussie dollars, the bank charges you a foreign transaction fee! (Well, nab does at least). I've been caught out on that before!

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    I've just checked my NAB statements and haven't ever been charged a foreign fee and I buy from Next direct all the time?

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    Default Winter clothing

    Quote Originally Posted by WaitRose View Post
    Just be aware that even if you shop at Next AU and pay in Aussie dollars, the bank charges you a foreign transaction fee! (Well, nab does at least). I've been caught out on that before!
    I normally pay via PayPal or credit card and I've never paid a foreign transaction fee. Maybe it's bank dependant?

    ETA- just saw above post - maybe it's the type of account you have?


 

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