Fashion police

I don’t want my daughter to dress like a whore. Unfortunately, fashion designers have another plan for her and millions of other children. My daughter will be 4 in October, but is already outgrowing a size 5T. She is tall for her age. I’m not exactly short. The little kid section has racks of pretty dresses, tops and bottoms with matching accessories. In many stores the big kid department has shirts covered in lace, metal studs and glitter. Call me old fashioned, but I want my daughter to look like a lady and not like Elizabeth Berkeley in Showgirls.

It is not going to be easy to find school clothes. Here are a few examples of what I have to choose from.


Daisy Duke wore longer shorts.


I am pretty sure I’ve seen Fergie wear similar pants. She sings about her humps and lady love bumps. Enough said.


Does your child wear this to the classroom Christmas party or to the
local bar? Decisions, decisions.

I hate to sound like a prude, but department stores need to tone it down. What is wrong with little girls looking like little girls?

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