My Favourite Shops for Boys Clothes

How many times have you heard; “There’s nowhere to buy nice clothes for boys”? Here is my go to places for my boys clothes:


The High Streets favourite sells a huge range of boys clothes and i love the fact that you can find anything here, like a one stop shop. Always on trend, and with something to suit all tastes, there are gems here for everyone.


You can always rely on M&S to marry a high quality finish with practicality – everything washes so well – as well as a broad mix of classic and on trend pieces.


What would we do without the amazingly priced and sturdily made clothes. Fantastic for stocking up the basics, H&M also have a dedicated Conscious collection, focussing on sustainably sourced cotton.


If you’re looking for chic, well made, on trend pieces, then this is the store for you. Detailing is never skimped on here and the vibe is always cool.


There’s always a real sense of mischievous fun in the Boden boys collection and we love their mix of classics with appliqué detailing.


Great for denim for the all American vibe. GAP often have exclusive deals with franchises like Paddington Bear and Disney.

John Lewis

John Lewis’ own brand clothes, get better every year. I love their Heirloom collection for smart occasions.


A little bit country. Joules clothing is my go to label for warmth, quality and resilience.

The Little White Company

I enjoy looking through the classic clothing choices, the quality is always soft and luxurious.

Billie Fairers at George

I’ve often bought statement Christmas clothing from here that have been able to last the following year too.

Mamas and Papas

Another go to for occasion wear or when I’d like to dress the boys up more smart casual.

Jo Jo Maman Bebe

More for younger children and babies. Each of my babies first outfits has been from this brand.

Sainsbury’s Tu

Especially when they’re doing the 25% deals, you can find a really good bargain.


I would highly recommend going here to shop all the brands for a much lower price, I’ve never had a bad item yet and love that clothing is made more affordable to all my boys!

The other places I go to on a very rare occasion is Mataram and primark, I find the quality doesn’t last but if I only need something like play clothes these are a good place for cheap and cheerful.

I’ve also recently had someone recommend Fatface to me – so I’m going to keep an eye out and see what I discover there too.

Much love Rebecca

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