Ha - I was given a Dior bottle and Dior dummy for DS at my baby shower, never used the bottle but the dummy was cool! I think my friend got them from master and miss in Woollahra
Havent read the whole thread but imo people who dress their kids in clothes that have very visible designer labels are tacky. My sil dresses my nephew in designer clothes, she wouldnt dream of putting anything kmart or target on him. He is a dress up doll for her and thats all.
Imo if you can afford designer clothes then thats fine, but most people who can genuinely afford designer will but stylish clothes that are obviously well made and good quality but without the markings of designer . I buy dd and ds lots of gumboots witchery and seed things in the sales, love their clothes but i loathe to pay the full prices !
how do you know that they dont also donate a lot to charity.
Seriously why care what other peoples kids wear. this thread is pathetic, i dont give a monkeys what other peoples kids wear as long as they are comfy and closed and neat ( when they leave the house lol ) who cares how much it cost.
Designer clothes are only a waste of money if you don't have the money to waste !
I could be a millionaire and i still would think they were a waste of money to me.
If i could afford it i would buy only australian owned and made as that is where i would like my money to go.
But i am not everyone so to someone else it is not a waste of money
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To me personally beautiful children's clothes comes down to fantastic fabric quality, well made,fabrics, comfort, durability. I am an oobi addict lol and find their clothing to be a real range of some elegant pieces, some fun prints and dresses and skirts that little girls love to wear. I also think that the average cost of their new season dresses being around $50 each is very reasonable. To me a good brand does not need glitter logos like the brand guess does with their clothing, I personally find that tacky. I also like oobi because they interact with their customers and the brand has brought many mums together by hosting oobi tea party's where all oobi mums come together and meet and form friendships and talk about their oobi addiction lol, I would of never thought a children's clothing label could form friendships but it has. This brand has 16000 followers on Facebook and every time a mum uploads a pic to them of her child wearing their products the oobi team are the first to comment. To some it's not just children's clothing, it's a community & friendships that just one brand has created.
Last edited by millsmum; 13-09-2012 at 23:16.
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