When we are having one of our "lazy Wednesdays" or if Ava is off to nursery to paint and play in sand, I tend to put her in one of her "cheaper" outfits. By cheaper I mean something that has been bought from Primark, H & M or indeed from a supermarket.
Before having Ava I never really thought about buying clothes from supermarkets but now I love them! Cheaper definitely doesn't mean compromising on quality or cuteness! And I feel that babies grow out of things so quickly it seems daft to spend hundreds of pounds on a wardrobe selection which will only last a few months. They have some great cheap & cheerful bits on offer!
Here are some of my picks-
Florence & Fred- Tesco
|Floral Print Mac £8.00|
|Pineapple Tshirt £3.00|
|Pink Chinos with Floral Belt £6.00|
|Spot Tshirt and Ruffle Dungarees set £10|
|High Top Shoes £5.00|
|Leopard Print Harem Trousers £5.00|
George at Asda
|Heart Print Woven Shorts from £4.00|
|All Over Print Top from £7.00|
|Jersey Jumpsuit from £6.00|
|2 Pack Nightdresses from £5.00|
Marks and Spencer
|Striped Dress with Belt from £18|
|Wide Waistband Floral Trousers from £12|
|Walkmates Leather Plait Sandals £22|
|Walkmates Leather Floral Appliqué Shoes £22|
So next time you're out doing your grocery shopping make sure you take a walk down the clothing aisle.
You'll definitely find some hidden gems at purse friendly prices.
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