Sunday, November 22, 2009

Babies are High Fashion

I totally stumbled on the most ridiculous but most amazing child website EVER. Children Salon is an adorable upscale children's clothing website that carries brands such as Baby Dior, Little Marc Jacobs, Burberry, Armani Junior, Chloe, John Galliano, Ralph Lauren, Fendi, DKNY, John Paul Gaultier....and the list goes on and on. Pictured above is an approximately $25 Dior pacifier, which are apparently called "dummies" in Europe.





It's honestly INSANE. There's a ridiculous white Fendi stroller that costs over $800. Now, besides the price, my major question is WHO WOULD MAKE A WHITE STROLLER? Has that individual EVER had a child before. Or even been around a child? Heck, have they ever SEEN a child in a stroller? If you have said "yes" to one or more of those questions, than you should have never made a white stroller. Even if it is Fendi. And gorgeous.


The Little Marc Jacobs stuff is ADORABLE. They don't have much for babies, but these little mouse flats are SO cute. Granted, they're crazy expensive for baby shoes--we're talking like $60. Jeesh. And how awesome is that t-shirt dress? Your child would be the coolest thing everrrr.




Speaking of being really really cool, can we puuhlleeasssee talk about this Burberry trench. For babies. Heck, I would wear that coat. Except it's, like, over $200. I don't think I've ever spent that on a jacket for myself, let alone for my rapidly-growing child. I mean, children grow out of clothes in like 3 to 6 months. Insaaaaanity.


However, the most outrageous item I saw (so far) on the site was this little number. It's an over $200 fox and rabbit fur jacket that "is perfect for glamorous girls." Granted, it's not necessarily for babies. The smallest size is for 2 year olds, but STILL, a 2 year old in a fur coat?! Those free-flowing bodily functions--snot, spit, poop, pee, barf, etc.-- will greatly compliment that pink fur.

1 comment:

  1. this post was hilarious jen. I love how sincere and yet sarcastic your writing can be... it's like you know you want to appreciate it but ur self conscious just wont let you do that to yourself.

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