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

    Close up of my avatar, bought for DD due any day I love skull motifs. I don't think that makes me any more bogan than someone who likes butterfly motifs!
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    I don't think the OP was seeking fashion advice.

    Have you seen https://www.alittlebitofcheek.com.au they have some really cute stuff.

    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.
    I'm sorry but that is a teribly judgemental thing to post.

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

    My Dad says DS dresses like a 'head kicker' no idea what that is? He does dress slightly punky

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

    Argh photo wont attach

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    Well ladies, I guess we all belong in centrelink

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    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.
    Must have been DD and I...

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    Quote Originally Posted by Euphoria4 View Post
    My SIL buys my DD clothes from here:

    http://www.beserk.com.au/kids/baby-clothing
    I want to own one of everything they sell, it's one of my fav shops

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

    Quote Originally Posted by Euphoria4 View Post
    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?
    Not main******? Half the slogan tops including "ipood" etc are Cotton on Kids. Can't get more main****** than that. And I think dressing a child in a 50 cent top is hideously tacky, as was the 5 year old I saw in an eminem t-shirt the other day.

    If its done well it can look fantastic. Sadly most of us aren't Gwen Stefani though.

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    Wow.. how does a thread asking people to show off their kids clothes become so narky?

    I'm sorry I started it. If it's not to your taste, who cares? It was just for fun.

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    Agreeing with Alexander Beetle, when it's done well, it looks great, but often it's not.

    Quote Originally Posted by Euphrosyne View Post
    I'm sorry but that is a teribly judgemental thing to post.
    You're kidding right? I was there too... with my tacky kids in tow.

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