Shopping for clothing for your baby is usually a genuine delight. There is an great quantity of fashionableavailable, many of them at affordable prices, and you definitely do not need to go down the designer-baby road to kit your child out in a trendy or a functional way.
High-street retailers such as Debenhams, Next, Hennes, Baby Gap, Adams, Marks and Spencer have got worthwhile selections. A number of the supermarkets — especially Asda and Tesco (You and your child) — have got a very good reputation for value-for-money kid’s outfits. You might try these online children’s clothing suppliers for additional unconventional designs — a few have mail-order brochures as well.
Baby Planet— tie-dye, hippy-chic baby and young child clothing.
Charlie Crow — innovative dressing-up outfits for ages 18 months to 9 years.
Debbie Bliss Knitwear — designer knitwear for newborns and young kids with a range of ready-made products or kits for knitting them oneself.
Kids’ Stuff — informal baby and children’s wear from the clothing department of The Great Little Trading Company.
Mini Boden — plenty of modest but fashionable and sensible clothing for babies to pre-teens.
Mischief Kids — Lancashire-based store offering stylish clothes (including DKNY, Moschino and Miniman) for babies to teens.
Sunday Best — specialists in baptism robes, dresses and baby suits.