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

    I would if I had the kind of money to just replace them when they got ruined or grown out of. She always looks nice so I'm not bothered.

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    I choose not to spend huge $$$ on Versace etc. I can't justify on paying $90 for a t-shirt they will trash. When he was a baby most of his clothes were from Target. He was growing so fast I couldn't see the point, plus other people had given us so much.

    My son has a selection of 'child-care fashion' which is Target, Old NAvy, Gymboree, a few older Esprit items'. He had way too many clothes so most of his good stuff was hardly worn. Now he is older I am spending a bit more on his clothes as they do wear well and he grows so slowly. He has a few Ralph t'shirts but his current wardrobe is mainly Esprit, Gymboree, Old Navy, Gap and a few other random items - mambo, milkshake, ouch etc. I liek buying from the US as you get great value for money. Old navy quality is not that fabulous but the pants are fine for kindy and I like the pull up waists. I agree, Ralph quality is fabulous and I will be getting more when he needs more clothes.

    This is a personal thing but I really don't like t-shirts or any clothes, even for myself that have huge logos emblazoned accross them ( a small pony is ok). IT feels like it's saying 'I spent heaps on this top, how cool am I' Each to their own though.
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    I put DD in out fits that suit her i dont give a sh*t about the brand she has some brand name stuff and big w and target stuff i buy clothes she likes that suit her, I am a BH bogan anyway as i have a coffee table and down lights and my husbands works away on the mines, so being labeled that for dressing my daughter a certain way so be it, most of her designer stuff has only got it on the label not plasterd all over it so you wouldnt know anyway unless you was familiar with the colection

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

    No. I buy clothes from Kmart and target.

    My daughter has size 3 clothes from Kmart that have lasted 2 summers and they're still ok, but they won't fit her this summer.

    The only designer labels my children have are sent over by the mil from Ireland. Most of the stuff never gets worn and I have either given them away or sold them on eBay as I think most of them are ugly.

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

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    Designer clothes for toddlers is the height of bogan. I have lived in some extremely posh neighbourhoods and legit wealthy people would never do that. They might wear Seed and Purebaby along with Target and stuff but not full on Versace all the time. How tacky.

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    Hilarious!

    My guys wear gap, seed (bought on sale), Zara (again on sale) and a bit of target.

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    Affordable 'designer' kids clothes are great as they're usually fantastic quality. I wouldn't spend $300 on a shirt though, but there are affordable brands too that would be classed as 'designer'.

    My kids are in 50% hand me downs/second hand, 30% handmade and 20% Target/Myer/CityBeach clearance stuff (and maybe a bit of KMart).

    I would probably buy nicer brands for qualities sake if I had the money.

    I don't mind if they get dirty.

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    Designer or not .... My girl my choice!!!

    My God some women need to get a life!!!

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

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    Designer clothes for toddlers is the height of bogan. I have lived in some extremely posh neighbourhoods and legit wealthy people would never do that. They might wear Seed and Purebaby along with Target and stuff but not full on Versace all the time. How tacky.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Maybelline View Post
    Designer or not .... My girl my choice!!!

    My God some women need to get a life!!!
    Because? Question asked, question answered?

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

    LOL youse guys are hilarious! I knew as soon as I mentioned the 'b' word people would be up in arms. I *said* wearing Versace all the time is bogan. Settle down.

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