Just wondered if you would put your DD in these?

(35 Posts)
nappyaddict Sat 04-May-13 08:47:37
Kiwiinkits Sat 04-May-13 08:51:39

No, too cold on her legs, never warm enough in England for clothes like that, you'd never get enough use out of them to justify the cost

TickledYonion Sat 04-May-13 08:56:51

Maybe with a tshirt underneath. It would have to be really hot for DD to wear something backless in which case she might as well just wear a nappy or something more comfortable than a frilly romper/dress.

OnceUponAThyme Sat 04-May-13 18:09:08

I would dress my dd in that if she was younger, but at 4 she wouldn't wear it, plus would struggle escaping it in the toilet grin
very cute though smile

SwishSwoshSwoosh Sat 04-May-13 18:16:16

No, don't like.

Restorer Sat 04-May-13 18:18:29

A bit OTT with the frills and I'd worry about sunburn on the days it was warm enough to wear it, but not horrible

whitewineintherain Sat 04-May-13 18:25:32

No, I don't like them as well as the fact the weather is never warm enough and I'd also worry about sunburn.

nooka Sat 04-May-13 18:31:51

No. I really don't like (or understand) all the frilly layers. Mind you dd is 12 now! I did dress her in cotton romper type things in the summer when she was small, but in bright colours and without all the frills.

I would. Cute!

lljkk Sat 04-May-13 19:20:54

That's dead cute, I would, with tights & a long sleeve vest in present weather.

Very cute, but never be warm enough to wear it. And if it was warm enough, would worry about sunburn smile They are gorgeous though.

SecretCodesAndShame Sat 04-May-13 21:08:51

Urrrgh no. Far too frilly and short and like others have said, not covered up enough in cold, too exposed in heat. I have boys though so probably not the best judge but I just don't think they look nice with that much skin on show. Maybe with tights and long sleeves on but not just as they are.

VinegarDrinker Sat 04-May-13 21:09:56

No.

chickensaladagain Sat 04-May-13 21:12:43

I don't see the point of it

have never really known what a romper is, and now I know I'm pretty sure my dds didn't miss out

4yoniD Sat 04-May-13 21:16:38

Too much skin on show. She would either freeze or burn, depending on the weather!

DebsMorgan Sat 04-May-13 21:18:42

Message withdrawn at poster's request.

ReluctantlyBeingYoniMassaged Sat 04-May-13 21:26:12

No.

claraschu Sat 04-May-13 21:27:39

Ugly

MirandaWest Sat 04-May-13 21:28:38

No. Would have been a faff with nappy changing. Although might have poppers underneath I suppose. Just not the sort of thing either DC ever wore.

nappyaddict Mon 06-May-13 10:28:07

What about something without frills?

Kveta Mon 06-May-13 10:30:59

Nope! They are inoffensive, but not very practical. DD lives in leggings and a T-shirt at the moment, and they are fine for a mobile baby!

5madthings Mon 06-May-13 10:34:26

Dont like the first one but i do like the yellow one and my dd has something similar i got from a website called littlemoo or mimlnimoo? I layered it with long sleeved top and tights when it was cooler smile

OddBoots Mon 06-May-13 10:34:33

No, she's 10yo.

TheConstantLurker Mon 06-May-13 10:47:09

Not a backless one but DDs did wear similar sometimes. My problem would be the fact that they look as if they need ironed. I don't iron.

Marthanoooo Mon 06-May-13 11:10:00

It looks like our swimming costume. Only our is a tad less frilly. These things only .work in the context of a pool. Imo

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