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Member Name: millwall23
Date: 25/08/00, updated on 25/08/00 (657 review reads)
Advantages: So cute
I shop all over for my daughters clothes from high street stores to charity shops but for the most part I don’t like designer clothes. I find them a pure waste of money and they don’t last any longer or even look any better, although I’m sure many people might disagree with me.
That is with one exception DKNY, I don’t like any designer adult clothes even these but the baby clothes are just to die for. I do like my baby girl to look like a baby, we put her in dungarees as much as the next mum but then she also has some of the most gorgeous dresses too. DKNY baby clothes are so original and well designed that I fell in love with practically the whole collection.
The first outfits I bought were a dress that was cotton but felt like the softest wool, and was very very sweet and a two piece outfit that was probably the cutest thing I’ve seen yet. It was fleecey on the inside and cotton on the outside and the trousers (with closed in feet) buttoned onto the top piece via 4 buttons two on the front and two on the back. Most of the clothes are very hard to describe because they are so different, try to imagine outfits that unlike most baby clothes you couldn’t put your older child in if they were bigger. Quaint I think is a good word for them.
The only downfall like with most designer names is the price, a normal price for an outfit is between £30 and £40, some going even higher. If you have that extra bit for an outfit then take a look especially if you like unusual designs.