Short skirts, knee or thigh-high boots, anything with too many sequins or glitter, anything with suggestive slogans, bikinis or halter tops.
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02-03-2012 06:33 #11-
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02-03-2012 06:34 #12Senior Member
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Punky stuff for little kids.
Slogans that are meant to be funny and aren't.
Overly fashionable modern clothes.
Headbands before they have much hair.
I like traditional / very classic clothes (even a bit old fashioned). I like pink. I will buy some character clothes, as DD gets so excited when she realises she is wearing them.
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02-03-2012 06:34 #13
I buy slogans, characters, skulls. My son has a Metallica t-shirt, he just turned one.
What I don't like is short shorts for little girls or bikinis.
And why do baby clothes have pockets? What is a newborn going to put in said pocket?
02-03-2012 06:51 #14
Pretty much everything everyone has said!
Girls in s!uty clothes! I mean seriously! They are babies and dressed in some horrible things I don't even think adults should be wearing!
I don't see why they can't dress in pretty clothes?
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02-03-2012 06:53 #15Senior Member
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Our children (SD 7 and soon to be bubs) will not wear:
- headbands/clips (particularly as babies with little hair)
- frilly/floral/nanna-type dresses (so stop buying them Aunty J!)
- cardigans (DP hates them)
- faux fur (or real fur) jackets or collars
- dress up clothes (like superhero) outside (unless for a party)
- yellow gold or 'fake' jewellery
- over the top character clothes
- anything with a tail unless it's a dress up
- hoods with ears
- most 'patterned' type clothes
- 'daddy's little...' type clothes
- anything green
Also they will never buy DP a character tie or boxers *shudder*
Wow we seem really anal lol. In saying that though SD does wear a bikini and I've bought one for soon to be DD... They have denim shorts and skinny jeans and wear calf length boots as well as brand name clothes with the slogan/brand on them.
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02-03-2012 06:53 #16
Same with the guns as the op. I give in with Nerf and water pistols but I don't really like any other toy gun type things.
I'm not a fan of slogan t-shirts, character clothes or angry looking clothes. I suppose this is why a lot of DS clothes are pumpkin patch, myer type clothes. I love the look of Gymboree as well but haven't shopped there yet.
02-03-2012 06:56 #17
Oh gun we do not allow guns at all, even water pistols.
We won't even let DD go fishing!! When she is older we will teach her that she is taking a life, then she can make her own mind about it but till then no way!!!
02-03-2012 07:08 #18
LOL @ baby pockets! Yeah, I've always wondered what babe is supposed to carry in them.
Don't like/buy/wear pink princessy stuff, or branded stuff. My daughter is generally presumed to be a boy as she's a real chrome dome still at 12 months, and is dressed in every colour but pink. I'm sure I'll add more to the list as she grows because the clothing available out there for kids can be pretty terrible.
02-03-2012 07:48 #19
Another bikini hater here.
Short shorts or short tops. My daughter got some clothes as presents a while back and it included 2 pairs of shorts that where so short you could see her bum checks. And my biggest struggle with her is to find appropriate shorts!
I also hate Ben 10 with a passion!
I like characters like winne and mickey etc.. It's cute. And ears on hoods is cute too... Lol I'm bad.
And I hate skulls/goth/heavy metal stuff, your a kid for gods sakes cheer up it can't be that bad! But then I hate that whole emo look even on teens.
02-03-2012 08:01 #20
Bikinis, especially triangle tops. My girls have a pair but only for home.
Shoes with heels. DD1 wanted some little thongs or something with a heel. Nope!
Slogan shirts. Most seem either inappropriate or very me, me, me!!!
Pockets though... Both mine have gone through stages of ONLY wanting to wear clothes with pockets. But as toddlers, not babies.
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