Friday, 4 December 2009

Little Ones Clothing

Little Ones Clothing is a family run website, based in Preston an they sent some clothes for The Tot Testers to do a mini catwalk in!

They have a large and varied selection of reasonably priced children's clothes from ages 0-6 years, which are available to view and purchase online to be delivered straight to the customers door.

The website is bright, colourful and very user friendly, enabling the buyer to find what they want with relative ease. All the clothes are divided into sections on the homepage depending on sex and size, and there's a very good sales section too, filled with bargains for the more thrifty customer, a "just in" section for the more fashion conscious, and a one week only star buy offer .

The range includes gorgeous partywear-we were sent a beautiful dress and bolero set, which was well made, colourful and generous in size. It's also machine washable, which any parent will know is a must for childrenswear.

There are more everyday items, such as sweatshirts with colourful motifs, jeans and hardwearing coats too and again these are well made and wont strain the budget of any parent.

They also have character clothing, in its own sections which is ever popular with older children who want every bit of merchandise from their favourite programme.

Characters stocked on the site, in coats, outfits and even pyjamas include Disney favourites such as Mickey Mouse, to modern classics like Bob the Builder, Milkshakes Fifi and the Flowertots, and newest craze on the junior block, In The Night Garden. These are far more reasonably priced than some High Street chains, with pyjamas at £4.50, outifits at £7 and coats at £14 (one of which is currently on sale in my local supermarket for £18).

Little Ones Clothing offers a price promise, whereby they are so sure they are cheapest for the products they sell, that if you find something cheaper elsewhere they will refund the difference in full. This is a great incentive to use their site, but as I said, a coat I have seen for sale on their website is £4 cheaper than a major supermarket, so its doubtful they are ever forced to keep this promise!

Free delivery is offered on orders over £25. If not entitled to this, next day delivery costs £5.95, or £2.95 for standard services. The company also offers worldwide delivery too- so if you have friends and family abroad, this is a great way of getting a present to them. This costs £4.95 for Europe and £6.95 for the rest of the world. I think this is very reasonable, as I've been charged more by E Bay sellers to ship items within the country!

Payment for goods is via PayPal or credit card, for secure transactions.

They have a good refunds policy as well- although they don't refund postage costs to return, they do offer to refund the item if you decide you aren't happy with it, and email within 7 days.

I would give the website a 10, as its easy to use, has a great range and prices not to be sniffed at!

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