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Another reason to shop in Target....

Old Dec 27th 2007, 11:34 am
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Hutch, just how do you put that 'accent' on the 'e' in Target?
I keep trying but it just doesn't work

By the way, I like Target too, wish we had one a bit nearer to us
They do 'short' lengths in trousers, well at least they used to.
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Old Dec 27th 2007, 11:38 am
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Originally Posted by Vin 'n Bin View Post
Hutch, just how do you put that 'accent' on the 'e' in Target?
I keep trying but it just doesn't work

By the way, I like Target too, wish we had one a bit nearer to us
They do 'short' lengths in trousers, well at least they used to.

It is Tarjaaay!
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Old Dec 27th 2007, 7:25 pm
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It is Tarjaaay!
Similar to Kmartaaaay
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Old Dec 27th 2007, 8:09 pm
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Well I pronounce it Targay
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Old Dec 28th 2007, 12:31 am
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I bought my son a pair of shorts from Ed Harry and they had a George (Asda) tag on them...???? Must be made in the same factory too!!
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Old Dec 28th 2007, 6:01 am
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Default Re: Another reason to shop in Target....

we brought our 2yr old daughter a jasper conran dress from debenhams in the uk last yr

we were in kmart in december and saw the same dress pattern style everything

dress in uk £30.00
dress in au $22.00

i thought the designer range at debs was ment to be that the designers designed the clothes and didn't just put their names to some clothes so how come same dress sold in au in kmart
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Old Dec 28th 2007, 6:05 am
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Target for younger kids is great, but teenagers a definate no no!!!
Womans underwear yes,
womans clothes...hmmm ok i suppose, quality abit naff.
Menswear quite good
Shoes very tacky

Overall i think its a not too bad shop, it's not as if we have much choice in the matter. It's better than Kmart.
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I find Target ok for kids shorts and t-shirts, swimmers and undies / socks. Their house stuff is ok too, especially kitchenware although I prefer Adairs / Myers for bedding.

Just wondering where everyone else buys their kids clothes from? Bit limited up here and I don't really like K-mart kids clothing. Some of it's ok but it doesn't seem to wash and wear very well.
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Originally Posted by steandleigh View Post
I find Target ok for kids shorts and t-shirts, swimmers and undies / socks. Their house stuff is ok too, especially kitchenware although I prefer Adairs / Myers for bedding.

Just wondering where everyone else buys their kids clothes from? Bit limited up here and I don't really like K-mart kids clothing. Some of it's ok but it doesn't seem to wash and wear very well.
We've had a boutique! open up down here that had kids stuff. A t shirt for a 18month ish boy with a 'slogan' on it was only $40 Thank god my girls are now Supre/Valley Girl age
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Originally Posted by steandleigh View Post
I find Target ok for kids shorts and t-shirts, swimmers and undies / socks. Their house stuff is ok too, especially kitchenware although I prefer Adairs / Myers for bedding.

Just wondering where everyone else buys their kids clothes from? Bit limited up here and I don't really like K-mart kids clothing. Some of it's ok but it doesn't seem to wash and wear very well.
I buy most of my lads clothes from the surf shops, city beach, classic surf. Alot of it can be expensive though. Now and again i buy from Target, but they are embarrassed to wear the stuff from there, not trendy of fashionable enough they say
I find it hard finding them good decent trainers. I have to order them online.
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