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    I find the milkshake (from Myer) trakkies pretty good quality. They don't pill very much, so I stock up on them each winter.

    As for winter jackets, I tend to but pricey stuff, it lasts and makes good hand me downs for the little brothers. Quicksilver and industrie for boys are my pick.

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    I got cute things for my 18mth DS at Target this week - they were having a great sale. I hate car/truck/sport type prints too, but i have the opposite problem to you in that i can't stop buying cute things!

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    Does anyone else find the Next website hard to navigate? I find it really hard to shop/find what I want

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    Quote Originally Posted by SummerFun View Post
    Does anyone else find the Next website hard to navigate? I find it really hard to shop/find what I want
    I haven't found it too hard. I usually go to the section I want (eg, boys 3-6 and then click on the item category that I'm looking at (eg, Joggers or T-Shirts). Or I just look through their online catalogue- you can click on whole outfits and all the separates come up. I do struggle on my mobile though as everything is that much smaller - still manage to spend though 😩


 

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