The number of clothes that children go through is incredible. Whether they have outgrown them, they’ve been ruined at daycare or the seasons have changed, it seems as though my children are always in need of more clothes. So I’ve compiled a list of my favourite online stores where you’ll find affordable kids clothing.
I stumbled across Madeit when I was making jewellery and began selling it online. Now I shop regularly on this website if I’m looking for something just a little bit special. Everything is handmade in Australia and each seller has their own shop on the website. You’ll find everything from bibs to booties, headbands to hats and a huge range of beautiful clothing.
If you’re looking for label clothing at affordable prices then check out Outlet Shop for Kids. The website is run by a stay-at-home mum and she stocks a wide range of well-known brands including Bonds, Bluebird and Honey and Fox & Finch at reduced prices. There is a $7 flat rate delivery fee and gift wrapping is available.
Pumpkin Patch stock great quality clothing for all occasions but if you are saying to yourself ‘I can’t afford to shop there’, think again. Their eSale store on the website is full of the same beautiful clothes but at reduced prices. Quite often it is end of season stock but why not consider buying for the year ahead?
Charlie and Me Clothing is the sister store of Pumpkin Patch. They have similar clothes but at more affordable prices. They are quick to ship parcels and quite often they offer free delivery. This is a fantastic shop for great quality everyday clothes.
NEXT is a UK retailer which is becoming popular in Australia. They have an Australian based website and they offer fee delivery on orders over $30. If you’re looking for something a little different to the Australian brands, take a look.
OzSale and Brands Exclusive are great outlet websites where you can find kids clothes reduced by huge amounts. You need to register your details in order to view the sales and they release new sales daily. If you’re in a hurry for the clothes then these websites may not be for you as delivery can take up to four weeks.
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By Karyn Miller