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    Default Favourite children's clothing webistes?

    I know this has been done before, but I couldn't find it!

    So what are your favourite websites?

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    Pumpkin Patch
    Gymboree (in the USA)
    JK Kids

    However I generally only shop at the above three during their sales.

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    Shopfortots, ten little Indians, shophouse, occasionally brandsexclusive.

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    Little Pinwheel, Design Child, Little Styles, Kido Store and madeit and Etsy are all great too.

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    Gap.com
    Oldnavy.com
    Ralphlauren.com

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    For those that buy from the US from shops like gap.com how do you get it sent out? It's SO expensive to use their shipping service (like $51 for 4 baby items!). So do you use a forwarding service and what do you recommend?

    I usually buy instore for my kids, but online I like brandsexclusive (but it can take 4 weeks to get things, so you need to plan in advance).

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    I use hopshopgo.com for parcel forwarding and some buying but gap was ok for postage last time we did a $550 order I think postage was $110 - which works out about 20% on top of your purchase (considering jeans are $18, or $20 with postage but $49 here in the Sydney store for the same jeans!)


 

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