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    I don't, and I wouldn't. My daughter's 7 and even now, she's still too much of a grub to wear clothing like that. Hell, even I, at 26, spill things on myself from time to time. I don't see how you can expect otherwise.

    If we were millionaire, sure, because they'd cut into our millionaire budget as much as a Target top does now... but I don't see the point otherwise. Perhaps one cute little 'we're going out' outfit, but that's it.

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    my god where have i been i didn't even versace etc even made kids clothes i am happy with target

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

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    Same here ... My dd country road clothes stain just as quickly as the Kmart ones.

    We have a mix of brands and labels for my dd mostly because her clothes have been bought second hand but I don't choose them because of the label just the style etc.

    Some of the attitudes above make me think people have too much time and money on their hands. I would rather use that money to put my child into an activity than pretentious clothes.

    I'm also determined to not teach my children that certain labels/brands do not equal confidence and self esteem.
    not everyone who dresses their children in designer clothes is pretentious, some do it because they like the clothes/quality and can afford to do so and just because they wear high end clothing does not mean they grow up thinking that brands/labels give them confidence, my children don't care what they wear and even if they are wearing a top for $100 they certainly don't know what I paid for it- its just clothing to them. I may not shop at k mart, target ect ect and my kids have never worn hand me downs- not even from their siblings but I dont dress them like this to be pretentious I dress them like this because as some woman may love shoes I love beautiful kids clothes and thats my passion/obsession & I would never judge someone for buying their children's clothes from Kmart or other similar places because lets face it our kids look cute in what ever we dress them in.

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    Can i just ask why is it ok to say mums that dress there kids in designer clothes are Pretentious Bogans, yet if someone was to say mums that dress there kids in big w clothes are careless slobs then all h*ll would break loose ??

    WHy is it ok to judge the ones that buy expensive clothes but not the ones that dont.

    Not saying i agree with either side of it, just wonder why its ok.

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

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    Can i just ask why is it ok to say mums that dress there kids in designer clothes are Pretentious Bogans, yet if someone was to say mums that dress there kids in big w clothes are careless slobs then all h*ll would break loose ??

    WHy is it ok to judge the ones that buy expensive clothes but not the ones that dont.

    Not saying i agree with either side of it, just wonder why its ok.
    I would say neither is okay, who cares at the end of the day they're clothes.

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    I would say neither is okay, who cares at the end of the day they're clothes.

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    I totally agree, but i have seen name calling be ok in this thread

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

    Designer clothes are not necessarily expensive if they wash well, keep good shape you can resell them on ebay for good price.

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

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    Can i just ask why is it ok to say mums that dress there kids in designer clothes are Pretentious Bogans, yet if someone was to say mums that dress there kids in big w clothes are careless slobs then all h*ll would break loose ??

    WHy is it ok to judge the ones that buy expensive clothes but not the ones that dont.

    Not saying i agree with either side of it, just wonder why its ok.
    Uh.. people always bag out Kmart, best and less, slogans, shirts with pictures etc on bubhub

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

    Do they call mums that buy them names ?

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    I havent read the PP but I personally dont buy designer clothes for my kids. Simply because I cant justify the money on something that kids will ruin in 5 seconds or grow out of way too quickly. I do buy the kids surf shop brand clothes from time to time but thats really my limit that im willing to spend on clothes for them.

    On the flip side I have some designer clothes and love them


 

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