Boots launches huge summer sale with up to 50% off Mothercare kids clothing

If it's time to update your kids wardrobe then look no further..

We've all been there as parents – one day your kid is happily running around in that cute outfit that you bought just a few weeks ago, the next thing, elbows won't fit through armholes and all limbs have surpassed all hem lines.

Luckily Boots UK has got you covered having launched their summer sale, slashing up to 50% off Mothercare kids clothing.

Discounts can be found at all Boots UK stores nationwide, in store and online at Boots.com, and prices start from just £1.50 and includes everything from dresses, shorts, rompers, hats and accessories.

Parents and parents-to-be can get their hands on some fantastic money-saving offers whilst bagging some lovely summer styles.

Whether you're heading off on your UK staycation, or just chilling in your back garden or local parks, you are sure to find something that will suit your needs.

We have rounded up some of the key offers available at Boots that you can buy now below.

You can also find your nearest store using the handy store locator tool here.

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Best Boots clothing offers

Ditsy Mustard Jersey Dress – £3.50

This little number screams summer, the perfect little dress for your little ladies.

With a skirt that's just waiting to be taken for a spin, this jersey dress is 100% cotton soft for optimum comfort.

It also includes stay-cool technology – which is a finish on the fabric which moves perspiration away from the skin and onto the surface of the fabric reducing odour and keeping the skin dry.

Your little one will want to play-all-day in this dress which is also perfect for pulling on over leggings or layering with a cute cardigan.

You can also get the matching hoodie, sweat top, joggers and leggings.

Buy now from Boots (was £7, now £3.50).

Mini Club Woven Bib Short Set– £8


This cute little dungarees is perfect for your little one, it's made from 100% cotton, and the woven fabric means that it is soft enough for crawling and toddling around in.

Team with a vest or t-shirt in the summer and throw a hoodie over the top in the cooler months.

Buy now from Boots (was £16, now £8).

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Floral jumpsuit and headband set- £7

This perfect all-in-one outfit makes dressing the little one a lot easier – teamed with the headband, it's a complete outfit.

The three-piece floral jumpsuit is ideal for little ones to crawl and toddle around in whilst looking super cute.

Wear on its own on warm sunny days or throw on a t-shirt to keep nice and cool.

All you need are some sandals and she's all set.

Buy now from Boots ( was £14, now £7).

2pc white embroidered polo and short set – £9

This Mothercare special collection two-piece set is perfect for boisterous boys who want to run and jump all day long, likewise if they want to stay chilled and look cool, this outfit is the perfect option.

The light 55% linen and 45% cotton fabric means that your little one will keep cool on warm sunny days.

On chillier days, all you will need to do is throw on a cosy warm hoodie.

Buy now from Boots (was £18, now £9).

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White Blouse With Yellow Short Set – £8

This cute little two-piece is perfect for days at the beach.

It's made from 100% cotton so your little bundle will stay nice and cool on warmer days.

Team the outfit with a baby bucket hat and you have the perfect summer look.

Buy now from Boots (was £16, now £8).

3-pack short sleeve t-shirts – £6

Keep those wild adventures cool and comfy with these 100% cotton jersey tees.

With cool safari-inspired prints, they're perfect for pairing with shorts, denims and comfy joggers.

They also include popper fastening at the shoulder for easy dressing, and it has a softly ribbed neck for comfort.

Buy now from Boots (was £12, now £6).

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