I had no idea until recently that boohoo.com began in Manchester, not too far away from us. In quite a short time they’ve gone from being one of the best kept fashion secrets to one of the fastest growing international retailers, boohoo.com has quickly evolved into a global fashion leader of its generation. Exciting stuff!
So what’s their niche? Combining cutting-edge design with an affordable price tag, they try to bring you all the latest looks for less.
It doesn’t really matter what your style is, they have something for everyone. Now you can pass this down to your children, as boohoo.com have launched a kids range.
Starting from around five years and up, this range is expanding every week, and includes a broad range of trendy yet affordable clothing for girls and boys. You can choose from nightwear, dresses, tops, trousers, leggings, jumpers, coats and jackets, shoes and accessories. They even have their own set of Christmas jumpers in at the moment.
The clothes wash and wear really well, keeping their colour and shape. Most of all, the children enjoy wearing them!
boohooKids is all about fun and stylish age appropriate fashion for children from ages 5-6 to 11-12, across both girls and boys clothing. The line includes ‘mini-me’ versions of key adult trends which the children love.
You will find cheeky slogan sweatshirts, parkers and party dresses for girls, and smart shirts and chinos for the boys. Even if you have a fussy dresser, I think you’ll find something they like in this range.
Expect to pay around £15 for a faux fur gilet, around £10 for a girls dress, around £12 for a pair of skinny jeans (girls and boys) and then around £12 for a onesie or robe.
With offers on all the time it pays to sign up with boohoo.com, you can benefit from free or reduced delivery, take advantage of their premier delivery, where you pay £9.99 and get unlimited next day delivery for a whole year; and you can keep on track of what is new in for the children and yourself.