As a new mummy, I’m learning babies are expensive. The amount of clothes they get through is obscene – not to mention the fact they only last a month or two before they get too small! It makes you sometimes wonder whether spending a lot of money on clothes from designer places or high street stores is worth it and maybe it’s best just to buy everything from the local supermarket clothing section. Don’t get me wrong, I love a bit of George, TU or F&F, but sometimes you want to splash out on the high street at places like Baby Gap, Jo Jo Maman Bebe or Mothercare as their baby clothes can be too cute to resist!
I’ve discovered a great place to pick up pre-loved baby clothes at a fraction of their original cost. A place called Baby Bonbon! Click Here for a little bit about the company and to see why they set up shop.
Baby bonbon got in touch and very kindly sent me a lovely baby grow as an example of what they are selling. It was originally from Next but had been pre loved. There was absolutely no way I could tell it was second hand when it arrived, other than the fact it had no original tags. It was a spotless, gorgeous piece of clothing and I can’t wait until Austin is big enough to try it on!
Head over to their website and check out the clothes they have available right now. I’ve had a look and already want to fill my shopping basket – especialy with these gorgeous little boots for only £1.99!!
Or maybe you have a little girl and fancy a pretty dress or some cute little vests?
They also have available some great accesories such as mobiles and baby carriers all at fantastic prices. If you have a little one and fancy a browse, check out their website and see what bargains you can grab while they’re there!
Have you found any bargainous places to buy baby bits?
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