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Faux Designer Onesies

Faux Designer Onesies: Ga Ga or Gag?

There's nothing wrong with craving a few designer duds every now and then, but is it appropriate for your lil one to be shouting your desires from their chests? The folks at Clever Rabbit Clothing have an entire line of faux designer onesies ($50 for two) that play off of Fifth Avenues famous storefront names, including, "Her Mess," "Louis Spitton" and "Dolce & Grandma."

The bodysuits are cute, but are they sending the wrong message?

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Isista Isista 7 years
*actual designer onesies
Isista Isista 7 years
*actual designer onesies
Isista Isista 7 years
This could be going too far?? I would assume that they have ACTUAL onesies that sell for much, much more! I think these are cute, but I would rather just make them myself as opposed to spending that kind of money for two.
Greggie Greggie 7 years
How are you playing devil's advocate when none of us like them in the first place? *lol*
ForeverMeg ForeverMeg 7 years
They're just as expensive as designer ones! What's the point of having knock-offs of the name when it's $25 for ONE???
rossy rossy 7 years
To play devil's advocate here - On the one hand, these may appear cute & innocuous... but with the world as it is, these could be going too far. There are people out there who covet what other people have & been known to maim or kill for it. - For example, young children (from babies to teenagers) are pushed into kiddie pageants for winning prizes by mothers who live vicariously through little kids who, for the most part, would rather play or nap - Have you EVER watched those programs showing pageant moms yelling & pushing their kids into winning or they're not good enough? I'm sure it's only a small percentage of moms who are driven to win, but still... it's kind of pathetic & somewhat scary. - Also, their are kids in schools all around North America (other places as well) wearing designer footwear, clothing, etc., who are attacked (in some cases killed) for sneakers, jackets, etc. because of who made them, the "exclusive" store they were bought at, or what celebrity wears them. - These faux designer onesies remind me of the need of judging a person's "WORTH" in society by getting YOUR baby into dance class or teaching them 4 languages before they're 5 years old - then bragging about to anyone in hearing distance. I'd like it better if these said something like, "I wanna be a butterfly when I grow up (example: pic of butterfly over/underneath the words) & not designers. - Does this make sense to anybody?
rossy rossy 7 years
To play devil's advocate here - On the one hand, these may appear cute & innocuous... but with the world as it is, these could be going too far. There are people out there who covet what other people have & been known to maim or kill for it.- For example, young children (from babies to teenagers) are pushed into kiddie pageants for winning prizes by mothers who live vicariously through little kids who, for the most part, would rather play or nap - Have you EVER watched those programs showing pageant moms yelling & pushing their kids into winning or they're not good enough? I'm sure it's only a small percentage of moms who are driven to win, but still... it's kind of pathetic & somewhat scary.-Also, their are kids in schools all around North America (other places as well) wearing designer footwear, clothing, etc., who are attacked (in some cases killed) for sneakers, jackets, etc. because of who made them, the "exclusive" store they were bought at, or what celebrity wears them.-These faux designer onesies remind me of the need of judging a person's "WORTH" in society by getting YOUR baby into dance class or teaching them 4 languages before they're 5 years old - then bragging about to anyone in hearing distance. I'd like it better if these said something like, "I wanna be a butterfly when I grow up (example: pic of butterfly over/underneath the words) & not designers.-Does this make sense to anybody?
MissSushi MissSushi 7 years
lol, i enjoy that they are 50 dollars for something that makes a bit of fun of designer clothes.. sort of the pot calling the kettle black, even if its supposed to be clever
miss-malone miss-malone 7 years
No thanks.
miss-malone miss-malone 7 years
No thanks.
Greggie Greggie 7 years
The price is stupid. The onesies themselves are just... boring. I think they're neither gaga or gag.
runningesq runningesq 7 years
cute and kind of clever... but $25 for a ONESIE?
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