Written on: 15/07/2010
I love the clothes at asda but just wish you had a bigger range of clothes for boys between age 18 months- 3 years as the boys section is so small compared to the girls section. Also I think delievery should be free for clothes even if it's just if you buy childrens wear when spending a certain amount. And why have you taken the katie price range of the shelves???? I loved her underwear as being large on top I find it hard now to buy stylish bra's in your stores as the michelle range has... (read more)
Written on: 16/03/2010
I have just been looking online at kids asda clothes.
My daughter is 12 going on 13 and the kids clothes go up to age 12.
The adult clothes are more to buy and do not fit a child with no curves.
They say children growing up too fast well everywhere you go counts anyone over 11 as an adult when it comes to paying, fed up. (read more)
Written on: 16/12/2009 by Wblackknights (1 review written)
I am sick of pink pink pink, Asda is the ONLY store that does baby/kids clothes in lovely styles and modern colours and at affordable prices! I LOVE the ranges and would buy the lot for my little girl if I could!
Well bloomin' done Asda!!!
Tania from the North East (read more)
Written on: 04/11/2009
Bonjour Asda, i visited one of your stores to purchase my christmas outfit and to my shocking discovery there was hardly anything that LOOKED half decent. I enquired at your customer service desk about why there was so little stock and she looked me up and down and said in a abrupt voice 'I DONT CARE' I was astonished, i only asked why there was so little stock and the woman behind the customer service. (read more)
Written on: 31/05/2009
I really feel shops like George Children's clothing at Asda, Tesco, Primark etc should think of the age range in their clothes. My child is in to age 6 but is only 4 years and still would love to wear the young child appropiate designed clothes instead of her looking like she is ready for a night out. The next range are too old for 6y. They should start from age 8 or 9. It is really frustating and I know lots of parents are fed up of it. (read more)
Written on: 08/10/2008 by floralauraloaf (1 review written)
I purchased a pair of Boys jeans for my 6yr old..the first time he wore them, he fell over resulting in a hole in the knee of the jeans. Yes he did fall over but show me a 6yr old boy who doesn't..I think they should be able to take a bit of wear before giving up! (read more)
Written on: 10/08/2008
Asda is far better than tesco you see what you are getting for your money and also i have been to the asda in england as well and there staff are always happy tesco staff just cant be bother to help (read more)
Written on: 16/01/2008 by jennypenny (2 reviews written)
In general, it's a good idea to offer good quality clothing at more affordable prices, especially for everyday wear but come on ASDA (& Tesco & Sainsbury's) look at the children in your stores.. how obese are they really?? (read more)
Written on: 05/07/2006 by MamaNessa (1 review written)
As we were leaving the country, and France unfortunately doesn't have Asda, we decided to stock up on Asda's wonderful range of clothes for kids, as well as the odd item for myself. They really have considerably good value for money, for every age bracket, including mine. I will miss you Asda. Au revoir. (read more)
Written on: 18/01/2006 by laceyone
I really like the new Asda George line for babies. They are affordable and adorable. The only thing I have a problem with, is I purchased 5 pairs of jeans, different sizes, and I am fighting to get them on my 6 month old (whom is breast fed). Most babies are breast fed, I would rather see jeans a little loose on my baby not so tight,that even the baby hates wearing them!! (read more)
Written on: 15/05/2005 by nutegrvygrls
I love Asda George range for my little one, I can always find a great outfit for any occasion. It is great value for money. The clothes are good quality and good range of colours for both boys and girls! The outfits are cute and you never have any problems with the clothes but our overall down fall is the way you fasten the clothes! I recently brought a range of t-shirts for my baby and you fasten them with the tinest piece of elastic and you need more than one par of hands to do it with!... (read more)
Written on: 07/04/2005 by donna 32
I like to comment on the great quality of george clothing, especially the childrens line which are inexpensive good quality (good as a lot of named and expensive brands)and great in the amount of selection to choose from. (read more)
Written on: 14/06/2004 by velash
I think the Asda George Clothes are great value for money! The variety of clothes they have are really nice! Keep up the good work. (read more)
Written on: 19/04/2004 by pnadin (122 reviews written)
Some of my shirts are from Asdas George and some are made by a chap called Ted Baker. There is no difference in quality. (read more)
Written on: 15/04/2004 by Janine
The best thing about George Clothing is that it is very convenient. The idea of everything under one roof is great. I'm not a big fan of the range at the moment as some clothes seem a bit to "old" for me to wear, being 23, but they do have the odd item and I do like the underwear range. The staff are normally quite helpful if you cannot find what you're looking for. The children's wear seems great value for money too and have bought many presents from here for people with newborn babies. ... (read more)
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