Creepo Alert – French Company Markets a Lingerie Fashion Line for Toddlers

22 Aug

When you think about clothes for girls around the preschool and elementary age, you imagine cute pink dresses, and t-shirts with Barbie on them. At least that’s what most people think. French company Jours Apres Lunes has begun to take a different approach in designing clothes for girls of this age group. They have developed a new “loungerie” fashion line, that is pretty much exactly what it sounds like, lingerie for children.

When browsing through the site you’ll notice that the “models” of this “loungerie” fashion line are little girls who should be at home playing dress up, not all made up, draped in pearls, and donned in toddler lingerie. The company calls this fashion line of theirs “innovative and unexpected.” Maybe innovative because no one else has ever been sick enough to think of this, but they are right on one thing, this is definitely unexpected.

I can’t even begin to understand why anyone would think this is okay? Children are supposed to be innocent. There is never, ever have a reason for a little girl to wear anything that even somewhat resembles lingerie. I mean sure, most little girls love to play with their mother’s makeup and wear her high heels around, but that’s different. None of these kids are sneaking into mommy’s lingerie drawer and trying to prance around in that, because they’re toddlers and they don’t even know what lingerie is. And they shouldn’t.

For more information on this story check out Creepy or Cute? French Company Sells Lingerie for Girls 4 to 12 Years Old,” on ABC News.

Read Sophie Morin, the woman behind Jours Apres Lunes, defend her weirdo kiddie lingerie in “The Daily Mail.”


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