Brooks - I put 4 things which are meant to be 40 on the hottest wash a few weeks ago. Nothing shrank and I had to give 2 pairs of trews and a skirt away to a friend.
I still haven't had chance to get out and shop apart from one lunchtime at H & M. Going to go out tomorrow lunchtime and focus on one of the suggestions each lunch break this week. Will update when I have.
I popped out to Oasis today but no trousers in 6; lots of nice items in there tho'. H & M teenagers looks promising but nothing in stock yet except a nice jacket which I didn't need. Someone else recommended New Look on here Mouse but my nearest one is full of terrible things.
I'm working my way through the list I took off this thread.
camillia sinensis assamica mouse wrote (see)
New Look Generation 9-15 also do some non childish childrens wear.
Laura Read 2 wrote (see)
Most high street shops go down to a size 6 (topshop and miss selfridge go down to a size 4!) Next sizes are quite big tho, i'm usually an 8 and wear a 6 from there. All of the other usual ones go to a 6 too.... river island, zara, new look etc.... i even think primark does now.
Next womens is too big yes, but kids is fine as again there are no hips in the trousers.
baytrading used to be fab until they closed down but i have found another similar called INTERNACIONALE...they do size 6 and i bought a littlemix style playsuit in black n white which is a brilliant fit. no baggy armholes and straight up and down cut.the clothes there seem to be smaller thn average too-thats been my favourite haunt for the past year
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