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    Quote Originally Posted by Chickenlicken79 View Post
    We have some we were given, haven't overly put them on my son. I think they're kinda tacky and boganish but each to their own
    I agree completely.

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    My SIL buys my DD clothes from here:

    http://www.beserk.com.au/kids/baby-clothing

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    Default Alternative, rockin', different taste in clothes when dressing your kids? Show me! :)

    I don't identify as bogan at all. I am an intelligent, educated woman. My husband and I listen to a lot of heavy music and so do our girls. I don't see a problem with being proud of the artists we listen to.

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    Well said JJZK.
    I hate how anything different, not main******, is labelled as "bogan". It's an annoying stereotype. If metal is bogan, how about rap or hip hop, dressing your child in a 50 cent shirt? Isn't that bogan as well? Or just skulls and crossbones?

    Anyway, I just thought I'd share the pics as I think they're cute. I like the L.A.M.B brand by Gwen Stefani as well.
    My DD usually wears "normal" clothes, lol. This was just lighthearted as I was taking the pics to send to my SIL who bought them for her. They are her "sometimes" clothes, we adults like that stuff and it gives us a giggle as typically little girls are dressed in bows and frills... it's tongue in cheek, cute and us having a smile.
    I don't consider myself bogan at all, lol. And my DD isn't, either.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Euphoria4 View Post
    Everything is deemed "bogan" these days

    I'd prefer to describe it as fun/lighthearted.
    i agree! Some people need to lighten up

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    Quote Originally Posted by Euphoria4 View Post
    Well said JJZK.
    I hate how anything different, not main******, is labelled as "bogan".
    I don't think skulls are that 'different', in fact most of the kids at Centrelink had skulls on their clothes this morning.

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    Default Alternative, rockin', different taste in clothes when dressing your kids? Show me! :)

    Quote Originally Posted by BlissedOut View Post
    I don't think skulls are that 'different', in fact most of the kids at Centrelink had skulls on their clothes this morning.
    Heeey I didn't know that you were there lol

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    I'm sure most of you would find the stuff my daughter wears tacky or 'main******'.

    No biggy.

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    Default Alternative, rockin', different taste in clothes when dressing your kids? Show me! :)

    Quote Originally Posted by BlissedOut View Post
    I'm sure most of you would find the stuff my daughter wears tacky or 'main******'.

    No biggy.
    But it's cute!

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    I think that since the OP posted asking for like minded people to show her pics of the clothes their kids wear, its unnecessary to post saying you don't like that kind of thing. If your kids don't wear thse shirts and you have nothing nice to say then perhaps don't post and leave them to their fun!

    And I think its bogan to accuse others of being bogan. (yes, I can see the hypocrisy in that, lol.)

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