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asos now have childrens ugg boots.

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as above i have just bought the baby pink ones for my daughter and they are gorgeous. just thought i would let you all know incase any of you are after ugg boots for your little princesses.xx Read More
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8y, 2m agoPosted 8 years, 2 months ago
as above i have just bought the baby pink ones for my daughter and they are gorgeous. just thought i would let you all know incase any of you are after ugg boots for your little princesses.xx
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#1
linky?
#3
yeah found it, no size 5's just have to live with her next immitation ones. £85 is a bit steep anyhoo
suspended#4
My little girl had a pair of these, i tried to make sure she kept them clean, but my dosey other half let her out in them in the rain..... they never looked the same x Oh and just to say i paid £110 x
#5
MinstrelMan
yeah found it, no size 5's just have to live with her next immitation ones. £85 is a bit steep anyhoo


£85 is the going price for childrens ugg boots.
#6
Tinkytayls
My little girl had a pair of these, i tried to make sure she kept them clean, but my dosey other half let her out in them in the rain..... they never looked the same x Oh and just to say i paid £110 x


oh i just love ugg boots i have always wanted the leopard print ones for her but they are rock solid to get hold of and when i do find a shop that has them they never have her size.
suspended#7
I love them too, i have 2 pairs my self and think you really can tell the deifference in the real uggs and cheap £10 ones , the cheap ones seem to slip to the side iykwim.
#8
greyparrot
£85 is the going price for childrens ugg boots.


£85 for any kids shoes is steep!

I'll wait till some fall off back of a lorry.
#9
Tinkytayls
I love them too, i have 2 pairs my self and think you really can tell the deifference in the real uggs and cheap £10 ones , the cheap ones seem to slip to the side iykwim.


yeah you can tell the difference i have just sold aload of mine as i wear my black cardy ones all the time and the others were just sat about now my teenage daughter has decided she wants some for her birthday only she told me she wanted the ugg paisley limited edition ones and now she wants grey cardy ones so i now have to sell the paisley ones kids ehh.
#12
Why would you buy young children expensive boots that they won't appreciate? They'll grow out of them in a few months anyway...
suspended#13
Oh my kids hey. And lulu'smammy my little girls feet didnt grow for ages then went up a size over night lol x
#14
DragonChris
Why would you buy young children expensive boots that they won't appreciate? They'll grow out of them in a few months anyway...

I agree, mine deserves nothing lately!!!
suspended#15
I must admit i spend too much on my little girl , my partner is forever nagging at me for it:-(
#16
dcx_badass
Ugg boots on young kids just screams chav parent. Ere look my kid has better boots than urs innit!

I disagree, i am far from Chav and look nout like Vicky Pollard :)
#17
dcx_badass
Ugg boots on young kids just screams chav parent. Ere look my kid has better boots than urs innit!


only if they're bought over 50 weeks from the catalogue and have a big gold elizabeth duke clown on a chain....... oh and called chantelle-demi
#18
Lulu'sMammy
I agree, mine deserves nothing lately!!!


Tinkytayls
I must admit i spend too much on my little girl , my partner is forever nagging at me for it:-(


I just don't see the point in buying children designer or generally expensive clothing, since they'll grow out of it, or be children as they are and damage or dirty them. Just sounds like madness to me.

Heaven forbid, if my girlfriend (hopefully future wife) tries to buy our (potential) kids expensive stuff, I'll go mad lol. It just seems such a waste!

(Nothing personal to you folks, it's your money and your kids but it's madness lol :P You'd be better off dressing them from Primark and saving the money for the future or towards the home or something - Credit crunch and all that malarky)
#19
dcx_badass
Ugg boots on young kids just screams chav parent. Ere look my kid has better boots than urs innit!


no not at all they are very comfortable and keep your feet warm like wearing slippers nobody can fault anyone that thinks of there childs comfort and i never look down my nose at other parents for what they have for there children and i think chavs are the ones dressing there kids in nike tracksuits with matching trainers and there mums dress the same.
#20
But people who have their homes sorted, and basically feel no pressure in buying designer kit for their kids then so be it. I personally prefer high street fashion to designer for my baby because like you said, they ain't in them very long.....but on the other hand, i wouldn't NOT buy something just because it was expensive, if i really wanted it.
On the chav topic, i personally can't understand how "chavs" can afford 80 quid boots for their kids?
#21
Lulu'sMammy
i personally can't understand how "chavs" can afford 80 quid boots for their kids?


becuase they pay for them over 50 weeks, like I said, god..... read the posts woman! :lol:
#22
MinstrelMan
becuase they pay for them over 50 weeks, like I said, god..... read the posts woman! :lol:

Shut it gimp
#23
MinstrelMan
becuase they pay for them over 50 weeks, like I said, god..... read the posts woman! :lol:


Actually over 48 weeks!! :)
#24
Lulu'sMammy
But people who have their homes sorted, and basically feel no pressure in buying designer kit for their kids then so be it. I personally prefer high street fashion to designer for my baby because like you said, they ain't in them very long.....but on the other hand, i wouldn't NOT buy something just because it was expensive, if i really wanted it.
On the chav topic, i personally can't understand how "chavs" can afford 80 quid boots for their kids?


Then so be it :P I still think it's a waste though, and die a little bit inside at the thought of it :whistling:

When they're older, fair enough, since they might take care of the clothing a bit better, and appreciate it, and actually use it for more than a few months as they won't be growing as quick. But otherwise, eek. My opinion of course, and as I'm speaking to mothers, I greatly doubt I will convince you otherwise :P

As far as the chav thing goes - Whatever lol. I think they use their benefits to buy Uggs, or knock-offs. That or theft, meh.
suspended#25
Pmsl, Primark is ok for vest and clothes to get dirty in but i prefer to see my girl look nice. Most of her clothes are next , monsoon and pumpkin patch but has a fair few designer bits. Each to their own x
#26
If you buy quality though then it has a good resale value on fleabay. People raise their eyebrows at me buying Lelli Kellys for my little one at £40 a pop (can't afford Uggs) but I only do it as they then sell for half that when she's grown out of them which go to the next pair, and so on. You get what you pay for sometimes and more expensive usually (but admittedly not always) means better quality.
#27
Tinkytayls
Pmsl, Primark is ok for vest and clothes to get dirty in but i prefer to see my girl look nice. Most of her clothes are next , monsoon and pumpkin patch but has a fair few designer bits. Each to their own x


These are the places I usually shop in although I've really gone off Pumpkin Patch recently as their quality and design aren't what they used to be. I've just discovered GAP though and thoroughly recommend it as their kids clothes (especially girls) are bright and gorgeous and wear really really well. This proves my point that expense usually equates quality and GAP always re-sells well. Someone mentioned to me that a 30% off GAP will be coming out in the next week or so so keep an eye out for it and see how much you can spend in there!!
banned#28
if you can afford it then why not, i personally couldnt and not sure even if i could i would, each to their own i say
#29
Tinkytayls
Pmsl, Primark is ok for vest and clothes to get dirty in but i prefer to see my girl look nice.


wow! controversial, you do realise you're on a forum based on deals, made even more popular due to the financial climate where people are trying to get most from there money, by implying that kids don't look nice in primark clothes makes you come accross quite snobish in my eyes and this is comming from someone who shops across a range of stores.
#30
Annie1508
If you buy quality though then it has a good resale value on fleabay. People raise their eyebrows at me buying Lelli Kellys for my little one at £40 a pop (can't afford Uggs) but I only do it as they then sell for half that when she's grown out of them which go to the next pair, and so on. You get what you pay for sometimes and more expensive usually (but admittedly not always) means better quality.


thankyou completely agree so i buy my daughter a pair of uggs at £85 and when shes finished with them i get £40 minimum towards her next pair so in actual fact they work out at £45 of which you pay nearly that for clarks shoes. as for clothes buying i buy from next, debenhams and i used to shop alot in monsoon but since my partner was made redundant i only buy from there now when there is a sale on.
#31
MinstrelMan
wow! controversial, you do realise you're on a forum based on deals, made even more popular due to the financial climate where people are trying to get most from there money, by implying that kids don't look nice in primark clothes makes you come accross quite snobish in my eyes and this is comming from someone who shops across a range of stores.


I don't think she was saying that kids don't look nice in primark clothes, this wasn't said at all, she simply said that she likes to also dress her kids in designer clothes which is totally her choice. I also shop across a range of stores as do most people but if everyone had the same opinion and likes then it would be a boring, boring world, everyone's entitled to their own opinion as much as you are entitled to yours!!
#32
greyparrot
thankyou completely agree so i buy my daughter a pair of uggs at £85 and when shes finished with them i get £40 minimum towards her next pair so in actual fact they work out at £45 of which you pay nearly that for clarks shoes. as for clothes buying i buy from next, debenhams and i used to shop alot in monsoon but since my partner was made redundant i only buy from there now when there is a sale on.


Same here, can't afford full price Monsoon clothes, I also don't think they're worth the price they charge as they seem to be short and wide, silly sizes and if buying for girls, the sequins always come off, can't believe they get away with it to be honest, but at 75% off they are fab and again, sell well afterwards. Like I mentioned earlier, try GAP, some items are expensive but others are really reasonable (just bought 4yr old a summer jersey skirt for £8) and they wear so well and sell fab on you know where afterwards. Oh and for anyone about to jump on the bandwagon, I DO NOT work for GAP!!

http://www.hotukdeals.com/item/334145/does-anyone-know-of-a-gap-discount-
#33
dcx_badass
Because it's more important to have a better brand than to actually look after your kids. Like all the people in Bradford that have Range Rovers and Cayenne's and things. Then they live in a tiny house that needs iron bars across every window. Spending that much boots is stupid already. Spending it on kids boots when the brand means nothing to them and they'll grow out of them is plain retarded. Especially as they get older and they start to thing unless things are a brand name then they are rubbish. But if you want to raise shallow air headed kids who are obsessed by branding go ahead.


God I'm so tempted to crack out the old neg rep for this thread.


you jealous or something!! you have really got a problem for the note we have a range rover vogue cost £73,000 and live in a 3 bed house not council owned in a nice area in cheshire and it is low crime around here we also going campimg every weekend with our kids in the summer and before you say not like chavs in a tent no we have a 6 berth caravan that cost us nearly £30,000 and are going to cuba in june with my kids are you telling me that just because i own these things i am a s**t mum and dont care about them only what other people think!! are you crazy. if i can afford to have these things and like my children to have what my own parents couldnt afford when i was growing up then that is down to me does not make me a bad mother.
#34
dcx_badass
Because it's more important to have a better brand than to actually look after your kids. Like all the people in Bradford that have Range Rovers and Cayenne's and things. Then they live in a tiny house that needs iron bars across every window. Spending that much boots is stupid already. Spending it on kids boots when the brand means nothing to them and they'll grow out of them is plain retarded. Especially as they get older and they start to thing unless things are a brand name then they are rubbish. But if you want to raise shallow air headed kids who are obsessed by branding go ahead.


God I'm so tempted to crack out the old neg rep for this thread.

Lol, what a terrible judgement you have just made, judging my your last comment i'm guessing your a near teenage lad with no kids, am i right?
Because my daughter was given Ugg boots as a gift, she is now not looked after, and will grow up to be a "air head" and i am a retard? Jealousy is not a very nice thing to have, but i see you are suffering painfully....don't worry, if you so wish, i will pass the ugg boots onto you so you can look like a chav :)
Do you smoke, drink, take drugs? Personally i feel this is throwing money away, but as i said previously if you can afford it, then why not :)
#35
Annie1508
I don't think she was saying that kids don't look nice in primark clothes, this wasn't said at all,


What is it about people on here reading what they want to read, I never said that she said it, I said it reads like she's implying it:

Pmsl, Primark is ok for vest and clothes to get dirty in but i prefer to see my girl look nice

Please try and break that sentance down Annie - Primark clothes are ok to get dirty BUT I prefer to see my girl look nice. If thats not an implication that someone can't look nice in clothes purchased from primark I dont know what is.

so enough with the multiple exclamation marks, I know very well everyone is entitled to their own opinion - I never said she wasn't and it was in my opinion that comment came accross as snobbish thats all.

As people have said, each to their own its a fact of life some people are more materialistic than others.
#36
Lulu'sMammy
and i am a retard?


no comment :lol:
#37
MinstrelMan
no comment :lol:

You still wanna bonk me!
#38
Annie1508
Same here, can't afford full price Monsoon clothes, I also don't think they're worth the price they charge as they seem to be short and wide, silly sizes and if buying for girls, the sequins always come off, can't believe they get away with it to be honest, but at 75% off they are fab and again, sell well afterwards. Like I mentioned earlier, try GAP, some items are expensive but others are really reasonable (just bought 4yr old a summer jersey skirt for £8) and they wear so well and sell fab on you know where afterwards. Oh and for anyone about to jump on the bandwagon, I DO NOT work for GAP!!

http://www.hotukdeals.com/item/334145/does-anyone-know-of-a-gap-discount-


cheers annie i will take a look same here with the monsoon stuff i head for the summer dresses more than anything as some are gorgeous but i will be going on holiday in june so i made the most of the last sale but i will probably ebay them after we have come back to get some of my cash back ready for buying winter clothes.
#39
Lulu'sMammy
Lol, what a terrible judgement you have just made, judging my your last comment i'm guessing your a near teenage lad with no kids, am i right?
Because my daughter was given Ugg boots as a gift, she is now not looked after, and will grow up to be a "air head" and i am a retard? Jealousy is not a very nice thing to have, but i see you are suffering painfully....don't worry, if you so wish, i will pass the ugg boots onto you so you can look like a chav :)
Do you smoke, drink, take drugs? Personally i feel this is throwing money away, but as i said previously if you can afford it, then why not :)


well said.
#40
greyparrot
you jealous or something!! you have really got a problem for the note we have a range rover vogue cost £73,000 and live in a 3 bed house not council owned in a nice area in cheshire and it is low crime around here we also going campimg every weekend with our kids in the summer and before you say not like chavs in a tent no we have a 6 berth caravan that cost us nearly £30,000 and are going to cuba in june with my kids are you telling me that just because i own these things i am a s**t mum and dont care about them only what other people think!! are you crazy. if i can afford to have these things and like my children to have what my own parents couldnt afford when i was growing up then that is down to me does not make me a bad mother.


I think its a sweeping statement and not saying that everyone who drives a range rover is in the situation stated as he does refer this to a specific area, I can only assume its from personal experience that he draws this conclusion from, unfortunatly not very well worded.

Like LLM he's stating that people have b(r)ought things they can't really afford in an attempt to stand out in a crowd or give false impressions of their social status.

(ps....... all range rover drivers are terrible on the road :lol: - I jest, I jest)

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