I have a huge love affair with fashion. I have always liked clothes and find it great fun to dress up and to change my style. To me, fashion is like art and it is exciting to war the different colours and styles and experiment with your look.
If you love clothes yourself it often follows that you love clothes for your kids and that they, in turn, as they grow will also develop a huge interest in fashion and style. Does this sound expensive? It really doens’t have to be.
But, if you are on a budget, where do you go? Are you constrained to the supermarkets of the very cheap high street shops?
Not at all – what you need to do is be savvy. You need to find the best shops and be aware of their sales.
As well as men and women’s designer clothes Od’s sell a huge range of children’s designer clothing and footwear and there really is something for every style and taste. From Hugo Boss to Armani Junior, Lanvin or Stone Island they really do have a large and diverse offering.
Take a look at the Od’s sale they currently have a 60% off sale which is pretty fabulous. I have seen some great bargains.
Here are a couple of my favourite picks.
This cute Billy Bandit t-shirt is just £10. Isn’t it fun and colourful?
Or how about the Billyblush t-shirt just £6.60? This is pretty and would go so well with leggings or denim shorts.
And this Tommy Hilfiger stripy shirt – it is lovely for dressing up or down and is just £15!
Do pop over and have a look there really are some amazing bargains and the most lovely clothes.
You really can buy gorgeous on-trend designer clothes on a budget, can’t you!
Pass it on /re-sell
I also love the fact that with designer clothes, once outgrown, that there are a lot of re-sell options. These re-sell options range from eBay to Gumtree, car boot sales and Preloved websites. Designer clothes, because they are so well made, last far longer than cheap clothes also are perfect for both re-selling and passing on.