5 Things I love about #Primarkkids

May 12, 2016

Daily Digest

5 Things I love about #Primarkkids


It wasn’t until I had a baby that I discovered the world of Primark Kids and baby clothes and the gigantic children and baby clothes floor in Penneys in Mary Street Dublin- have you seen it? ┬áMy goodness, it has everything for newborn babies upwards!
Kids grow out of their clothes so quickly so in the early days I have not been breaking the bank with Ruby’s clothes and Penneys has been a great affordable option, with major emphasis on the affordable!

My five favourite picks from the store are as follows.

Dresses for all occasions

baby dresses

Top and leggings set

Leggings are the easiest trousers to get on Ruby so I get excited when I find a nice top to go with them or if they come in a set, as is the case below.

top and leggings baby

Long sleeved tops

Long sleeved tops which come in packs of two such as this set.

long sleeved top baby


Although Ruby doesn’t need real walking shoes yet, I found the most adorable rose gold ballet pumps for her in Penneys/Primark for her Christening day.



Call me old fashioned but cardis on little ones are so cute! Great for throwing over tops when our weather turns inclement (i.e often !) this cream cardigan was perfect for Ruby’s Christening. Apart from the cardi and ballet shoes, the rest of her Christening outfit consisted of a dress by John Rocha at Debenhams and Christening Robe knitted by my aunt which has been used by our family for a few decades now.

Have you shopped in Penneys or Primark for your little one? What have you bought? Let me know in the comments below.

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One Response to “5 Things I love about #Primarkkids”

  1. Anna Says:

    I agree that with kids growing out of clothes quickly (and in the case of mine, destroying them), you don’t want to spend too much money on them. But I really wonder about the ethics of buying such low priced (aka affordable) clothing. I know that their website addresses these issues, but what happens to all the affordable baby clothes when they are too small? Are they worth recycling? OR do they go in landfill….

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