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Posted 28/12/2011 6:42:36 PM
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Hi all I am a mother to two gorgeous girls who has become extremely frustrated at trying to find nice, appropriate clothing for my eldest daughter now that she has entered the dreaded 7 years+ range. Why is it that the major retailers feel that it is appropriate to dress our 7 and 8 year olds in the same clothing as 14 year olds? If you are like me and are sick of skimpy shorts, t-shirts with dreadful slogans and a lack of colours and pretty dresses for our girls then please join my cause by liking my page "My daughter is not a tween" on facebook.  My hope is that if we can get enough people to show their support then maybe just maybe the major retailers will offer a better range of choices for our girls. I am not a perfect mum and I am definitely not a fashion guru I am just trying to let my girls be girls a little longer and make it easier to find clothing that they are able to play in, is colourful and modest and most importantly makes them look like kids not extras in a music video. Thanks.
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Posted 5/08/2012 12:17:34 AM
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They also make the shorts so wide in the waist from 7+, these girls don't have hips to hold them up yet!

Glad some others think that retailers have really missed the boat with this age bracket.

Not on Facebook sorry! 

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