Liz, Rich, Hattie, Rory and Trev the dog.
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I will be out side my local next this saturday morning bright and early 6AM ready to grab some bargins for my baby girl so she will some good quality clothes for the next few years.
we have always been next fans and cant miss the chance to stock up cheaper ready for australia..
we will also buy everyday clothes from places like big W and target, such like...
What about Pumpkin Patch? Great 50% off sale coming to an end right now! Nice quality clothes too - never really liked the stuff in Next, I'm afraid, apart from the jeans.
well i visited the BIG next sale and blitzed £300 mostly on clothes for my little girl and a couple of shirts for me. now she has nice clothes for the next few years.
but we will still buy cheap clothes when in adelaide for daily use......
I dont know what you all expect, I am a pom and I have been here 30 years, so you can't get the same clothes as you can in the UK, does it matter as long as the kiddies dont go out naked, what the ***k, you are starting a new life in a new country, forget the UK, you left there because you are sick of the cold and the lifestlye so forget the clothes, the Yorkie bars and all of the other stuff you pine after and you might find you'll like the place, enjoy the sunshine and stop whinging as it is poms like some of you that give all of us a bad name and if you realy miss Marks and Spencer you can get a lot of their range in Sydney.
Last edited by marty; 27-07-2008 at 01:47 AM.
HI all , must be a women thing all this talk about washing and ironing (what ever that is) , I reckon it's an excuse , so you can go shopping ? , a bit for the kids , two for me
Did anyone mention that there is a Pumpkin Patch at Harbour Town, opposite Cotton On Kids...am guessing it's an outlet type thingy. Last week they had loads of stuff going cheapish and all girls skirts were half price...
Personally I miss the very end of sale prices at Baby Gap...aaaahhhhh
Ps have just done a web search for Pumpkin Patch and they have an online outlet store, see http://www.pumpkinpatch.com.au/esale...&season=winter
Last edited by minkyme29; 29-07-2008 at 04:29 AM.
The internet has enabled people to shop from their home from anywhere (that's anywhere) in the world. Wow ! So rather than put up with inferior products, as I wouldn't want to buy rubbish and then start moaning about it, No, Instead I go on line and purchase exactly what I want. Simple Really ....................and for the record I didn't leave the UK because I was sick of the cold if that's all it was I would have bought myself a big knitted jumper from NEXT,
Michelle (Citizen of the World):)
Last edited by MacLeods; 30-07-2008 at 06:12 AM.