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    Quote Originally Posted by anewme View Post
    I have a dd that size. I buy mostly adult stuff as you can get better fitting and more appropriate stuff eg longer and cover more.
    a kids 14 is a 6 and 16 is a 8 or xs.
    I buy from target, best n less and smaller speciality shops mostly as Kmart stuff is too see through.
    This is a great tip! Thanks so much!!!

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    I would also have a look in best and less an maybe fashion fair

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    Quote Originally Posted by anewme View Post
    I have a dd that size. I buy mostly adult stuff as you can get better fitting and more appropriate stuff eg longer and cover more.
    a kids 14 is a 6 and 16 is a 8 or xs.
    I buy from target, best n less and smaller speciality shops mostly as Kmart stuff is too see through.
    I do this too. I find adults clothes also give more options and are so much cheaper, biggest example, Targets kids skinny jeans $32, size small at TEMP $15!!!

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    It's so hard isn't it.

    Everything is so short an skimpy, and if it's not, it's always covered in tacky writing!

    I quite like Cotton On Kids, but as they only go up to size 8 in store. Last time I was in there, the salesgirl said they are about to start selling larger sizes online.


 

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