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    Default So you're an 8-year-old catwoman-loving geek girl...

    Which one would you rather for your birthday?

    http://www.redbubble.com/people/firs...eeve_one_piece

    http://www.redbubble.com/people/geek...p=kids-clothes

    (If it shows up as a baby onesie, it does come in t-shirts... lol).

    OR... can you find me an awesome catwoman top/dress/something somewhere that doesn't have catwoman thrusting out her sexiness in every direction?

    Even MovieWorld yesterday couldn't offer me much...

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    Second one!

    Unfortunately, cat woman's always going to look "sexy" no matter what she does. It's the skin-tight body suit.

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    The second one as it still has the 'cutesy' factor and is less 'dark' if that makes sense.

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    That's one of the big problems Jenna... apart from not really being able to find catwoman stuff in kids sizes... many of the options her posing in the most ridiculous way... and I'm cool with the fact her costume is skin tight and her body is amazing... just exaggerated poses and additional writing that makes it just far too inappropriate for a little girl to wear seems to be a problem.

    I love the 2nd one too, but fear she'll find it too babyish... because you know, she's nearly 8 and thinks she's not some little kid anymore. lol. (Despite the fact she wore her catwoman mask out yesterday... lol).

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    I also like the 2nd one. My 9 year old who likes similar things, would love this shirt!

    Thanks for the link to the website! A whole heap of Christmas shopping done in the one place

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    Lol! Kids are cute.
    I found the other one kind of creepy, to be perfectly honest. It was way too dark, particularly to be on kids clothes. I admit I did a bit of a double take.

    The second one is very in the same lines as a lot of Warner Brothers cartoons (I.E. Peppe Le Pew, etc) so she might not mind it too much.

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    2nd one is my preference

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    I like the first best

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    Not sure on sizing but


    http://www.superherostuff.com/charac...an_tshirt.html


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    I like the second one!


 

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