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    Default do you dress your toddler dd in designer clothes? or know of anyone who does?

    We could afford it but I'd still think was a waste of money.
    They grow out of them too quickly and wreck them too easily and unless we're in public it's hard to even keep clothes on them anyway.

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    Quote Originally Posted by MrsOhara View Post
    unless we're in public it's hard to even keep clothes on them anyway.
    my boys are the same! Saves on the washing

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    Quote Originally Posted by headoverfeet View Post
    my boys are the same! Saves on the washing
    That it does lol

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    Default do you dress your toddler dd in designer clothes? or know of anyone who does?

    DD is four and it has been a long time since she has actually outgrown anything.

    Dresses just get worn with tights underneath as they get shorter and then they become tops.

    So I don't mind spending money on her clothes because I know the cost per wear will end up being minimal.

    Obviously if she grew out as well as up or wore pants then it would be a different equation.

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    Default do you dress your toddler dd in designer clothes? or know of anyone who does?

    DS is 23 months and quite tall so I have always bought clothes a size bigger so with belts his pants easily still fit him from 6 months ago and will for probably another 6 plus months same with t shirts and shirts so I find he gets great wear out of his clothes which is why I buy better quality ones ( American sizes seem to fit him better too!)

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    Ralphlauren.com
    Especially now when the sales are on! ( they just had a take an extra 40% off sale) I use hopshopgo to buy and ship over for me and it still works out
    Thanks so much, I'll have to check it out!! 

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    Quote Originally Posted by bumMum View Post
    Sigh? Is there really such a big difference between saying someone's clothes are bogan and they are bogan.

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    Definitely. Black jeans are the classic bogan clothing piece, yes? So does that mean anyone who wears black jeans is a bogan? No.

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    Ah... back to the ole "what makes a bogan."

    TBH, I think you class objects as bogan, but it doesn't mean that everyone who owns/uses/etc that item is a bogan. Generally they need a combination of bogan things to be a bogan. Then there's the "traditional" bogan, which is Dazza in his flanno with a mullet and acid wash jeans, a pair of pluggas, some Winnie Blues and a VB in his hand, probably watching "tha footy" with his loud-mouth mates.

    But then there's the CUB (cashed-up bogan) who may not be like the above, but still has bogan traits. I they've adopted a lot of decent things and that's made them bogan by association (lol).

    Just because you have false nails doesn't make you a CUB... but if you've got your pink-and-white talons with bleached long platinum hair (with extensions, of course), a Guess handbag, a lovely orange tan... etc etc... well, it takes several bogan things mixed together to get you over the line.

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    Default do you dress your toddler dd in designer clothes? or know of anyone who does?

    We buy a range of everything, target, seed, the Myer brands, gap, Ralph, and some designer brands.

    I don't buy from best and less, big w and Kmart, unless it's bonds- which I don't know if it's just me, but bonds is not what it used to be! I'm just not happy with the the quality in these stores.

    We also buy some designer. That said I wouldn't pay $50 for a t-shirt. Although if I can get a good quality item for the same as target- why not?

    I do have a friend who is disgusted by me getting 'last seasons' designs at the end of season sale from pumpkin patch online. As her children would never wear anything last season!! lol My poor kids wearing last seasons fashion- appalling

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    Quote Originally Posted by sparklebug View Post

    I don't buy from best and less, big w and Kmart, unless it's bonds- which I don't know if it's just me, but bonds is not what it used to be! I'm just not happy with the the quality in these stores.
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    Yep bonds is totally cr@p now! They stopped making their products in Australia and their quality has definitely gone down. I refuse to buy anymore of their products


 

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