There always seems to be heaps of cute stuff for baby girls, but not for baby boys! Does anyone know of any businesses selling cute boys stuff?
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27-02-2012 08:37 #1
Why do baby boys miss out in the cute clothes department?
27-02-2012 08:40 #2Senior Member
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It drives me nuts! Every store i walk in to there is one little rack of boys clothes that aren't even overly nice and aisles and aisles of girls clothes!
27-02-2012 08:44 #3
I find boys clothes are very boring in most main****** shops. I buy from boutique shops to get funky and unique boys clothes
27-02-2012 08:46 #4
I used to think that too, but there are tons of cute boys clothes out there! Best and Less always have lots of cute things, or try Pumpkin Patch
Cotton On Kids is my favourite, too.
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27-02-2012 08:53 #5
I buy a lot of hand made for J or I make it myself.
There are a lot of business on Facebook who make for boys - hand made for boys is one.
27-02-2012 09:04 #6
27-02-2012 09:10 #7
I buy most of mine in the USA as the range here is horrible and expensive! Look at gap.com , they have a great selection of boys clothes and deliver usually within a week to you! Look especially at holiday times ( Easter, thanksgiving, Xmas) as the sales are amazing!
27-02-2012 09:11 #8Senior Member
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Totally agree! I find alot of cute stuff on eBay
27-02-2012 09:14 #9
I was at myer on the weekend scooping out the specials for my two little rugrats. Problem.... I came away with heaps of things for my little girl but nothing for my boy. Def not as much choice for the boys. Sad face here
27-02-2012 09:19 #10Senior Member
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I only had girls so didn't notice the everyday problem, but I've often had cute little boy outfits catch my eye, that I couldn't really buy because I had daughters.
I did buy a really sweet sailor style boys outfit to put on a baby girl once. However, upon trying to use it I discovered it was impractical because it didnt have easy access for nappy changes. (I had to remove the whole outfit to change a nappy.)
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