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    Default Unisex clothing...NOT GREY!

    I don't intend on dressing my baby in just blue or pink when it's born. Recently, I looked at baby clothing and my only options were blue, pink, white or grey. Where are the yellows, greens and other colours??

    Does anyone have any recommendations of where to by unisex baby clothing??

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    I find it really just depends on what the season and what's in. Kind of just luck really. I bought some gorgeous pale green and yellow bodysuits from Target

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    Next direct usually have some lovely bright stuff

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    Definitely next direct. Some of the greys are quite nice styles. I like white personally for unisex newborn

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    I often find Next have a great range of colourful baby clothes and their stuff is great value and good quality with free shipping. Another one that is great for really bright unisex clothes is Frugi (but a lot more expensive).
    I find that cheaper clothes like big w Kmart etc are often very split between pink for girls blue for boys and a bit of white/grey.

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    Cotton On Kids have some nice onesies in monochrome etc, a bit cooler styles. If you don't mind spending more look at Huxbaby, Rock Your Baby, Chikhi

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    I got some really nice ones from Next direct in orange, green, yellow etc. Their sizing is very big! I bought 0-3m and it's more like an Aussie 000.

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    WOW!!! Thanks for all of the replies!!!! Now I'm looking forward to shopping again!!!!

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    I second cotton on. Bonds baby range is pretty cool too.

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    Cotton on and target. Target had loads of colours for girls- I just shopped both boys and girls departments for both my kids. Now I find I prefer the girls section for both of them and DS is almost 7!
    Oishi m has beautiful, colourful unisex clothes as does A Little Pocket- both a bit more exxy but if you sign up to the mailing list there's always good sales.

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