Everything I've got for my baby is second-hand, but you would never be able to tell! All the bits I got look as good as new. I guess with baby things they get worn for such a short time that they don't wear out.
i have gotten some bargains from ebay....i kept getting sniped tho and its really ruined my ebay shopping experience lol. i LOVE debanhams but it really is pricey. i got my little man a ted baker t shirt and some jeans for when we have his photo took but i wont be shopping there often as much as i would love to.
i've noticed tesco are pretty rubbish lately for boys. i love the stuff for my daughter though. suppose its hit and miss.
My baby boy will be able to model for Next as I have pretty much bought everything from there I think the quality and price is brilliant. I also washed a few things the other day and they have washed really well I also have a few bits from debenhams. Staying clear of Primark and the supermarkets because the quality dosent seem as good and friends have said they've only got 1 wash out of the clothes.
I dont shop anywhere thats expensive for baby clothes because its a waste as they poo and puke over it and grow out of it so quickly, i buy from Asda, BHS, Marks and Spencer, Tesco and primark mostly i'll only buy vests and socks from primark because they perfectly fine for little bits like that but not the sleep suits i fear that they would be a bad fit.
The quality of Primark baby clothes is actually a lot higher than Primark adult clothes. But you still have to go into Primark which is something OH refuses to do now.
Asda, Tesco, Sainsbury are pretty decent quality and decent price. Our baby has a lot of next and M&S waiting for him.....cos we got 2 massive piles of hand me downs and haven't had to buy him a thing.
Most of our baby clothes are from mothercare. We love Disney print and there is loads in there. I know some people don't like that but oh and I do! We also have bits from John Lewis, baby gap, M&S, and oh bought a few items from Peacocks even tho he is a bit of a snob, he thinks the quality in there is way better than Primark (which he won't use apart from buying throw away summer holiday clothes).
It's a waste really to get "newborn" items that cost loads as they don't wear them long.
I go to Mothercare, Pumpkin Patch, Asda, H&M and occasionally Marks and Spencers - I got a gorgeous grobag and the quality is amazing...but day to day for things like body suits etc all she needs is practical cheap clothes and such.
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