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    I think I'll just make my kids go naked that way no one will be put off by anything she wears

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    Default Is there clothing / items you don't like for your kids?

    The only things I would never buy & let dd wear are bikinis, halter/mid drift tops & shorty shorts/skirts mostly because they're ridiculous & also uncomfortable.
    I hate fluro and not a fan of chinos & canvas shoes for boys but i would let DS wear them.
    I love skulls & DS loves anything camo he also has slayer and pantera t-shirts lol.
    Dd loves pink & anything girly & she won't wear things that look unisex (her choice not because that's all I buy).

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    Default Is there clothing / items you don't like for your kids?

    One word ... Crocs.

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    Default Is there clothing / items you don't like for your kids?

    I don't like clothes with big licensed prints on them as it looks kind of cheap. That said, all the clothes DD has got as gifts gave been mostly worn

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    Default Re: Is there clothing / items you don't like for your kids?

    Fiddly clothing, clothing with tiny neck holes, pockets damn I hate them my 2.5 yo does not need pockets, they get filled up with sand and dirt and left over food.


    I love crocs and thongs, easy to put on no pushing or fiddling or wriggling, just slip and done

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    Default Is there clothing / items you don't like for your kids?

    Wow. Never put so much thought into clothes. My kids wear age appropriate clothes. If they want to pick a princess dress to wear out to Coles, so be it. I have too much bigger stuff to argue about than that. They wear character shirts - princess Dora smurfs cars Mickey Mouse - that's cool with me as long as they are comfortable. I don't buy them clothes with offensive slogans or rude pictures. When they get older and if they choose to do that then perhaps that's a battle ill suit up for.

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    Default Is there clothing / items you don't like for your kids?

    Those stupid Xmas Teddy's. You know those big ones that are usually ugly. Why? Why do people buy these for kids and babies every Xmas? They're so tacky! And you have to find somewhere to put them! I just want to throw them out. My kids don't play with teddies.

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    Default Re: Is there clothing / items you don't like for your kids?

    I'm not a fan of slogans at all.
    I'm not overly fond of licensed stuff but my kids are at an age where they pick most of their clothes and tend to go for the licensed stuff


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    Who designs baby clothes with press studs up the back ? Or stiff spikey labels or a thousand press studs making it impossible to do up in the middle of the nigh after a nappy change. Crappy shoes for kids that hurt there feet and shoes that look so much better but cost around $ 150 !!

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    I don't like skulls.

    Butt revealing shorts, seriously, put it away.

    Skirts that are really short.

    Too much black....


 

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