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    I also got ds some threads from King raja organics (an online store). really cool prints and patterns albeit it's probably more suited to summer as its a lot of tshirts etc

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    I bought my grandson some clothes for xmas from Charlie and Me .. they have some nice items

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    I'm really fussy with clothes for my DS(5). I buy a lot from OS. Next is good. Marks and Spencer now have an Australian website. Boden.co.uk is a good one for basics.

    The Children's Place in the US is hit and miss but another I order from.

    I've seen a few things I like in Target this year which is unusual.
    Charlie and Me is a local favourite.

    GAP/Osh Kosh/Carters also places I order from.

    It's possible to find "nice" boy clothes just takes a bit of hunting!

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    I bought some cheap stuff from Kmart and best less as my kids are feral 😁😳

    I op shop I find gap etc there! Also last seasons stuff seems be better lol

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    Target have some nice boys cloths

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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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    Oh my goodness absolutely this!!!!
    My DS doesn't go to university or play in an American baseball team argh!!The other options seem to be extremely stock standard stripes, stripes and you guessed it more stripes, drives me crazy!!

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    Hi there, i love GAP for my boys and Ghanda, a brand from Torquay for trackpants and hoodies etc

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    We have a crap load of Bonds. Like heaps.

    But I only buy at 30% or 40% off, or other other sales. It's a rip at full price.

    I also find Target has a good boys selection. Better than KMart & Big W.

    Threads for Boys had awesome clothes but $$$. They do run sales.

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    I also really love H & M, they have some lovely stuff. Target often has nice stuff too. My tip is to shop the girl's sections too- About 50% of DS's clothes are 'girl's clothes'- brightly coloured skinny jeans and corduroys, hoodies and knits, and he currently has a beautiful winter coat from the girl's section at Country Road. Here he is head to toe in girl's clothes- leggings by Wayne Jr at Myer, a Target hoodie, long sleeved H&M tshirt and his CR coat.

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    That jacket and it's model are adorable! 😊

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