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Diffusion Kids, a leading online childrens clothing retailer now stocking the 2014 collection of fashion houses like Boss and Armani.

United Kingdom – March 19, 2014 /MarketersMedia/ —

Established in 2003 Diffusion Kids is pleased to stock the latest and most exciting branded childrens clothes, the site stocks popular brands of childrens wear such as Hugo BOSS Kidswear, Timberland, Armani Junior, D&G Junior, Baby Dior, Moschino, Juicy Couture, Miss Sixty, Ralph Lauren and many more. Diffusion Kids stocks designer brands for all ages of children, from newborn babies to 16 year old boys and girls.

Some of Diffusion Kids latest Armani and Hugo Boss collection can be seen in the below video

Diffusion say that many of their clients are mothers. It is common for mothers to dress their children in designer clothing according to this article from The Daily Mail, 94% of mothers spend more on their child’s wardrobe than their own. The Daily Mail say they believe the trend for children’s designer clothing is due to celebrity culture. Many mothers look to emulate The Beckham’s, The Rooney’s and other famous stars, mothers try to dress their children in a similar manner to the favourite celebrity heros. The Daily Mail say that fathers are less likely to dress their children in designer wear.

Diffusion are also noticing a growing number of international clients, Diffusion Kids believe their global success is thanks to their customer service ethics and commitment to quality, the store say that they ship goods to 194 countries on 6 continents. Diffusion Kids guarantee UK delivery within 7 days, goods are guaranteed to reach customers in Europe and the rest of the world within 15 days. The store say that they are noticing a growing trend in orders from the Middle East, Diffusion Kids say that they receive a lot of repeat business from customers located in countries like Saudi Arabia and Qatar.

Diffusion are currently receiving new items of children’s wear and accessories to add to their Spring/Summer 2014 collection and are struggling to keep up with demand from buyers all over the globe. Diffusion Kids say that when clients shop on the site they can be sure of premium product quality, guaranteed returns, secure and reliable payment processing. The store is pleased to accept payment via: VISA, Master Card, American Express, Maestro, JCB, Electron, Google checkout and Paypal.

For more information about us, please visit http://diffusionkids.com/

Contact Info:
Name: Mark Stubbles
Email: mark@pandaseo.co.uk
Phone: +441753 576 493
Organization: Diffusion Kids

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