Would you let your six-year-old wear a skimpily-cut animal print bikini?
The Huff Post reports that Elizabeth Hurley's new bikini lines for young girls are stirring debate about what's appropriate in children's clothing. The actress and designer's bikinis for girls under the age of eight sport animal prints to make them "fun," while bikinis for children ages 8-13 are cut to make a girl feel more "grown-up." Though parents are upset about how these swimsuits are sexualizing young girls, the company reports that these items are selling well.
At what age did you (or will you) allow your kids to choose their own clothing?