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    Default Where do you buy your kids clothes

    As the title says i am wondering where others buy their kids clothes. Both DD (nearly 6yrs) and DS ( nearly 2yrs) need new winter wardrobes as they have grown out of everything. I find a lot of the target/ big w/kmart clothes very boring. I get some basics there though. Pumpkin patch is too expensive for more than the odd piece here and there.

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    I mix it up alot.
    Cotton on kids, big w, Target, Myer and Bonds mostly.
    Both my kids are under 3 years old.

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    Next in the UK deliver here now and they're not badly priced

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    I get most of mine from the USA, Gap , Old Navy , Bloomingdales and Ralph Lauren , great quality and a lot of variety ( especially for boys which is lacking here!) and I buy at sale times - xmas ( to get all his winter stuff) and 4th July ( to get all his summer stuff) so even with the exchange price and shipping it's still cheaper than pumpkin patch ( which I'm not a fan of) or Myer and DJ,s sometimes have cool things

    Unfortunately in America it's coming into summer now over there so you won't get any winter stuff until xmas

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    I second Next... I buy most stuff from there - the boys stuff is great - I've found really limited stuff in the shops here.

    Everything I've bought has lasted ages, worn well and is priced well. It arrives super fast too!

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    I misd Next....their sales used to be amazing! !

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    I'm struggling to find anything that DS likes, though I did stock up on most of his winter stuff last year at Best and Less. I like a lot of the more classic styles and DS likes either basic stuff or licensed things (gaming or Adventure Time usually). I'll be keeping an eye on the thread to see if anything pops up.

    Do you have a Trade Secret near you? I like some of the things they get in too.

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    Quote Originally Posted by HappyBovine View Post
    When my kids were little I got most of their clothes from Myer for nicer stuff and Big W / Target for play clothes.

    If you want something different:
    http://www.gymboree.com/
    Can I ask what their sizing is like? They have a few things DS might like. he's going into a 12 for length now so I'd have to work out if it's worth it.

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    We have had H and M (or however you write their name) open close to here and I am going to get my girls winter clothes from there


 

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