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Win £300 to spend at Little ASOS

Enter our competition to win a £300 voucher to spend on fab kids' fashion at Little ASOS.
Congratulations to Allanah Rose who was chosen as the lucky winner!

Prizes: We have a £300 Little ASOS voucher to give away to one of our lucky readers.
How do I enter?

For a chance to win this great prize, we want you to get your kids involved and have some real fun!

To enter you can either send in a photo of: To: Rupert@thedbmgroup.com with the subject line 'AskBaby Little ASOS Competition'.

These will all be posted on the Little ASOS blog, where AskBaby members can vote for their favourite entry.

The winner will be the entry with the most votes - so get your friends and family involved!

All entries must be received before 12 noon on 15th July, 2009.

Click here to read the competition terms and conditions.


Online fashion retailer ASOS entered the childrenswear market in February this year, with the launch of branded kidswear from the likes of Tommy Hilfiger and Cath Kidston.

The new range will be appear under the brand 'Little ASOS' and will offer 40 brands for babies up to 24 months and girls and boys age 2-6, with prices ranging from £6 to £120 for clothing and £4 to £120 for accessories.

Lee Kidz, the US denim label tots' range, will be available exclusively in the UK via the site, and Bon Jovi's Tico Torres rock and roll inspired designs will be available as an online exclusive. Catalogue brands Boden baby and mini collections will also be available.

Click here to visit the online ASOS store and see what's on offer.

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I have 3 children that all have such different styles, its nice to have such a good choice with ASOS , keep up the good work
by gerryward 13th Jul 2009, 9:16am
I have twins and I would recommend if one wakes to be fed, wake the other as otherwise you are feeding all day. This really worked well and once in a routine the girls fed together automatically.
by ally1072amy 6th Jul 2009, 9:08am
by saycell76 3rd Jul 2009, 9:12am
brilliant idea i love asos they have such brilliant things for the kids and there all the worth while
by rammie 2nd Jul 2009, 9:33am
I'm a huge ASOS fan I've been shopping with them since they started and have never had anything but praise for them. 10/10 thumbs up. I'm absolutely thrilled that they're now doing kids stuff too - will make life heaps easier shopping for my 3 (as I can't get out much due to my eldest son having disabilities). Now if I just had some money to spend .....? My fingers are firmly crossed! x
by sjwfrance 24th Jun 2009, 10:03am

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