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    Quote Originally Posted by Alexander Beetle View Post
    I'm confused by what people think are designer. If its Pumpkin Patch, seed, etc then yes I dress DS in those. But I don't consider that designer. They are good quality clothes and are made to last. He also has a lot of k Mart, big W for kindy, op shop clothes, hand knitted jumpers (from my auntie, adorable). But I wouldn't put him in Versace. I do buy labels off eBay sometimes, if it's a good deal.
    Yes, I was coming in to say something similar.

    There is also some confusion between designer and brand clothing. I would consider Pumpkin Patch, Seed etc branded clothing, whereas designer is Versace etc.. Personally my DS fav cardies have been knitted by his Nan.

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

    I dont buy 'designer' but have also never bought at Kmart or best n less, bought at big w for Bonds or Dora items. Don't necessarily avoid because they're cheap shops, just have never liked any of the clothes.

    I will shop at target (love their leggings & basics) or get Bonds/Sprout on sale at Myers than buy clothes that I don't like at Kmart etc for the same cost.

    We also buy Bebe, Paul frank pyjamas, Country Road, Seed, Big by Fiona , Witchery Kids, only Pediped shoes, Carters(from USA) - mostly on sale and because I like the clothes & I will use them for future children or give them to good friends for their children.

    I have found cotton on kids to be shocking, the tshirts stretch out of shape as soon as theyre washed & track suits pill as soon as worn.

    Usually avoid Pumpkin patch as its rather 'girly/frilly' and the same price as Seed (on sale) but we get a few things there each yr.

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

    God I must live out in the sticks, I've never even heard of half these brands lol


 

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