Yes, PatPat does ship to Australia.
It’s human nature, but since the beginning of time, parents have alway wanted the best for their children. No matter how tight money may be for a family, parents often sacrifice their own needs and wants so their kids can have that toy, have the experience, or participate in the activity. But two American friends decided in 2014, that parents shouldn’t have to sacrifice on giving their children high-quality clothing, nor have to spend a ton of money for their kids to have durable, stylish, but still affordable clothing. So they invented Pat Pat, a brand dedicated to bringing consumers cute, high-quality clothing for infants, toddlers, and kids at reasonable prices.
PatPat is distinctive from other children’s clothing brands in terms of how the brand operates. Instead of relying on middlemen like importers, brand, distributors, and the retail store, they instead directly connect the children’s clothing manufacturers to the end consumer via their Pat Pat platform/website. As a result, they’ve been able to slash the cost of children’s clothing by up to 80%, without lowering the quality merchandise.
Those looking for kids and baby clothing can either shop via the brand’s website, PatPat.com, or download the Pat Pat app from either the Google Play store and Apple’s AppStore. Both the site and app offer a secure shopping experience and the brand gives shoppers 30 days to change their mind on a purchase (in case something doesn’t fit, or a child doesn’t like a style).
The Pat Pat site and app offers kid and baby clothing staples like leggings, shorts, sweaters, tops, coats and jackets, swimwear and beachwear, and even formalwear (fancy dresses) for kids. Additionally, shoppers can find items featuring popular characters like Nickelodeon’s Paw Patrol or Baby Shark, along with prennial child favorites, The Smurfs and Care Bears. PatPat also sells affordable children’s shoes, as well as maternity wear, and even a line of curve/plus-size clothing for mom. This makes shopping Pat Pat a good way to get kids shoes, kids clothing, items for baby, and maternity clothes in Australia.
Additional similar brands and retailers…
However, if Pat Pat doesn’t offer the right item or style, shoppers in Australia may want to consider shopping at a a mass retailer/international department store that delivers to Australia. These stores and brands include Alibaba, Bergdorf Goodman, CloudMall, Costco, Dillard’s, El Corte Inglés, Giglio, Harrods, Harvey Nichols, House of Fraser, Liberty, Kmart, Macy’s, Neiman Marcus, Nordstrom, Saks Fifth Avenue, Selfridges, The Hut, and Zalora. Each of these retailers offer comprehensive collections of clothing and shoes for babies, toddlers, and children- as well as maternity clothing- and will deliver to customers in Australia.