Babies benefit from retail therapy too, right?


On a budget

1. Primark - great for essentials.

2. Sainsburys - great for sleepsuits and bodysuits. Some lovely designs.

3. Asda - very good value. They do good multipacks and good quality baby jeans.

4. Tesco - a huge range. We love their boys sweatshirts and bibs.

5. H&M - great for things like socks, bibs and hats.


A little more cash to splash

1. Zara Kids - some really cool stuff. Your baby will turn heads wearing Zara gear.

2. Next - not too pricey but well made and lots to choose from.

3. Mamas & Papas - we love the clothes here, such lovely things and a large range.

4. Mothercare - good value, good quality and some very cute items.


For items worth investing in

1. Lily and Sid - beautiful boutique for baby and kids clothes.

2. Marks and Spencer - good quality coats, snowsuits, dungarees. Items that need to last.

3. Baby Gap - trendy kids congregate here. Some super soft material and cosy warm winter things. Their socks are the best at staying on!

4. John Lewis - you can actually find ANYTHING here. (Plus they have great baby change facilities.)

5. Monsoon - lovely clothes, perfect for special occasions (and great kids accessories)


For something extra special

1. The Little White Company - perfect for gifts.

2. Jojo Maman Bebe - lovely gift ideas as well as useful items such as hooded towels and waterproof all-in-ones.

3. Petit Bateau - beautiful items for special occasions, super cute things for everyday.

4. Designer clothes available at and

5. The All-in-One Company - you can design your own unique onesie for your baby, picking fabric, pockets and a huge selection of different animal ears. These onesies are super snuggly and handmade in the UK, and if you use the code BL10 at the checkout, you will get 10% off!


See our list of the coolest baby brands for some great online UK handmade baby wear.