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October 19th, 2013 05:23 PM #6
Zara has gorgeous clothes for little girls. Also, I don't know if your granddaughters are into that stuff, they sell really cheap, new pettiskirts and tutus (various colors) on Ebay.
I don't know what price range you're looking for but Petit Bateau, Crewcuts, H&M & Du Pareil Au Meme (DPAM) come to my mind.
October 19th, 2013 10:50 PM #8
October 19th, 2013 11:01 PM #10
Thrift stores! I sounds like a complete cheap skate, but If you thrift a lot, you get really great stuff! I thrift a lot and find great treasures. (I'm an avid thrifter, and thrifting is one of the things I'm best at.)
I don't live in the states, but if you dig deep and spend time doing it, you find lovely pieces, a lot of good brands too.
Good luck!Jude, blackbird.
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October 19th, 2013 11:18 PM #12
I totally agree with Jasmine! Thrifting is a GP of mine and you can get really nice stuff for cheap if you're willing to accept the fact that someone else may have worn it before you. But hey, that's why we have washing machines
If thrift stores just aren't your style, I also recommend Zulily.Catalina || 18 || College Student
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October 20th, 2013 12:09 PM #14
I would check out Etsy, some really cute stuff and it's all homemade, or vintage. Easy to navigate and search.Auntie to Connor Douglas (June 2012) & Parker Isabella (Oct 2013)
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