Mum urges other parents to RUN to Lidl after picking up seven items of kids’ clothing for just £10 | The Sun

IT can be expensive kitting kids out in new clothes.

So one mum has urged other parents to "run to Lidl" after she managed to pick up seven items of kids' clothing for just £10.

"If your struggling finding baby outfits that aren't £10 a piece then RUN to lidl!" Chloe Devlin wrote on the Extreme Couponing and Bargains UK group on Facebook.

She shared a snap of a cute rainbow print sunsuit, which she picked up for £3.99, as well as two sets of tops, vests and shorts, which were £2.99 each.

"So all together I spent £9.97 on 7 items!" she concluded.

People in the comments section were quick to thank Chloe for the tip, with one writing: "Lidl clothing is so nice too – lovely quality and washes nice."

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"Do you know what size they start from?" someone else asked, to which Chloe replied, "Newborn".

"Did they have boys' items?" another question read.

"Yes," Chloe answered.

Others began to tag their friends and family to encourage them to look out for the bargain items.

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"The swimsuits would be good if in baby sizes too," one wrote.

"omg that swimsuit is adorable!" another added.

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"if you go to Lidl, could you have a look for me please," a third commented, tagging her pal.

As another wrote: "Will have to look see if there is any boys."

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