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    I'm so disappointed with boys fashion this year. When I had Dd two years ago, all the girls stuff was ugly and frilly and the boys stuff was awesome. Now that I have a boy, its ALL ugly.

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    Cotton on, bonds, myer and Target are my go to atm. Ive found some great stuff over the last few months.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Mod-Degrassi View Post
    Thanks for the offer hon

    There is an H & M opening in my area later this year, but no firm date. I'm keen to check it out as I've heard good things.

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    Yay! I think you'll like the boys clothes they have, especially winter ones.

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    Thanks for tips girls. I agree with the OP, it seems at Kmart and Big W all the boys' tops have American pictures/slogans, which I dislike.

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    Quote Originally Posted by J37 View Post
    Thanks for tips girls. I agree with the OP, it seems at Kmart and Big W all the boys' tops have American pictures/slogans, which I dislike.

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    I had a look in Big W at lunchtime - it was bleak.

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    I don't have a boy, but what about best and less??

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    I buy pumpkin patch on sale. They have sales on every other week, often 40-50% off store wide with free shipping. I find their pants (jeans, chinos, cargo pants etc) excellent quality and are great value when half price. They have some cute hoodies, jumpers, vests etc too and I always buy their shoes.

    Another consideration is Trade Secret if you have one in your area? Brand name clothes at sale prices. I buy all DS's 'nice' shirts there (ie Ben Sherman, Mossimo etc). A bit hit and miss depending on season & stock but worth looking at.

    Other than that I buy a lot of stuff online. I follow a lot of random kids clothing companies on Facebook and buy stuff when they have sales.

    Cotton on kids have some cute stuff but I find them expensive and the quality isn't as good as pumpkin patch etc.

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    cotton on kids has cool stuff
    pumpkin patch is nice (try to get on sale)
    ditto for seed

    Kmart has some cute stuff but I agree with your sentiments about the ugly motif printed stuff...cars, boats, garish cartoon style aeroplanes with faces etc. the girls get the cute stuff and the boys get pretty hideous shiz. like nobody wants to be ostracized in the schoolyard for wearing a tshirt with a stupid car printed on the front 😂

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    Osh Kosh often have good sales. I find their stuff really good quality.

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    I buy basics from Target and Kmart but this year I bought DS a couple of nice coats from Pumpkin Patch (he's 9) as I don't like anything at the cheaper stores. Pumpkin Patch isn't too bad with price, too.


 

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