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Kiddie Lingerie

Tuesday, March 16, 2010

There has been talk that Miley Cyrus’ 9 year old sister Noah co-launched Ohh! La, La! Couture. This is a kiddie lingerie line that she and her best friend have teamed up to do. Many feel that the Cyrus parents are a bit delusional, but they feel that what their girls are doing is just fine.

Do you think this is a bit extreme or is it okay to let young girls become “independent”?




Andrea is a current college student and marketing intern at e.l.f. cosmetics. She is an avid fashion lover and is always up to date on the most fabulous trends and stories. 

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mommag4 wrote:
1) 3/16/2010 9:21:02 AM
What, seriously, has this world come to? There is no way that I would EVER want my little girl to wear, "kiddie lingerie!" I agree that Ohh!La, La! gives off a provacative notion, not cute anything.
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MyManhattanCloset wrote:
2) 3/16/2010 9:47:23 AM
The words "kiddie" and "lingerie" do not belong in the same sentence. This is really disturbing news to me. The name "Ohh! La, La!" is waaaay to provocative. This is just gross..
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nei wrote:
3) 3/16/2010 9:59:45 AM
Wow are you serious? Thats all I have to say/ask.
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oonanubis wrote:
4) 3/16/2010 11:44:13 AM
I understand that this may be a "cute" concept for parents who have girls that are/will be becoming tweens and may possibly want to look like mom or cool but honestly-what is so wrong about a child dressing their age? There are plenty of children clothing lines out there that have very beautiful & age appropriate clothes. I think that this line is ridiculous and sends the message that it is alright for young girls to grow up faster. In addition, the name of the brand: ohh la la couture lingerie-what message do we want to implant in our children's minds? Would you want your child to embrace their sexuality at such a young age?
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Adela5010 wrote:
5) 3/16/2010 1:28:45 PM
I think it's okay for letting your children express themselves and feel comfortable to do so, as long as it's tasteful. Don't let your young children dress inappropriate in public, that's just poor parenting. (IMO)
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Gatheringstorm wrote:
6) 3/16/2010 1:52:21 PM
Can you imagine the perverts who this will attract. I as a mother would never make my child vulnerable to a predator. I find it in bad taste. Some parents will go as far as use their own children for the all mighty dollar. Sad.
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loverofgloss wrote:
7) 3/16/2010 8:12:56 PM
This outfit doesn't look too bad. BUT, if the rest of the line looks like Franklin's of Hollywood, it certainly sends the wrong message!
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loverofgloss wrote:
8) 3/16/2010 8:19:11 PM
I just looked at the website and those girls look like whores! ABSOLUTELY NOT! 8 going on 28. I can see the pedafiles lurking around the corner already.
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orlando mom wrote:
9) 3/19/2010 10:38:42 AM
Ok, so we are making child molestation okay now? this is just wrong....
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Jenny H wrote:
10) 3/19/2010 11:14:55 AM
HORRIBLE! We mothers sit here and worry constantly about what could happen to our little girls, and little boys, when it comes to sexual predators on the internet and in the neighborhood and lurking around the malls. Do we really need to to start telling our 9 year olds that they can dress sexy and wear lingerie!?!? WTF are these people thinking!??!?!
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ChicagoG wrote:
11) 3/19/2010 11:28:32 AM
WRONG! On so many levels, WRONG. Appalling and wrong. Enough said.
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tikicat wrote:
12) 3/19/2010 11:35:39 AM
Kids should be allowed to be kids. Growing up too fast is never good. Eventually a point is reached where there is nowhere to go, that point should not be reached by kids or teens.
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Lyds wrote:
13) 3/19/2010 11:36:21 AM
this is truly sick. why do parents allow their kids to grow up too fast. a child i played with toys until i was in 8th grade! for god sakes i was a child!!!! this angers me because the so called parents of Miley and this other kid are allowing their kids to become adults way too fast...this is more a a psychological Billy Ray Cyrus was a huge flop in his so called glory days so now he lives his fame through his kids. if you didnt live the life you wanted, my god then let it go. i am living a life that i dreamed as a kid...wife and mother. i do my art and yeah i wish that i became an actress or model or famous painter, but if i am not then there is a reason. i got over it because i get to be a mother to a cute daughter and wife to a handsome loving husband, so i think lingerie is a stupid idea for kids to wear..what is this, toddlers and tiarias? dumb as parents!
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ChanShelly wrote:
14) 3/19/2010 11:37:52 AM
Oh, it's fine for a parent to let their young child be independent - or take steps toward gaining independence and having more responsibility, at least. What is NOT alright is kiddie lingerie! Goodness!
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karbear wrote:
15) 3/19/2010 11:47:57 AM
SERIOUSLY?!?!?!?!?!??!?!?! Let s give pedophiles MORE reason to molest and rape our chidren!!!!!
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Jamison! wrote:
16) 3/19/2010 12:40:17 PM
Uhm, Ive seen the line, & bought some of these clothes for mmy little sister... There's noo Lingerie in their line at all. Whoever wrote this blog has got it all wrong... All it is is tank tops & tutus. That's it. No lingerie whatsoever. & if you don't believe me, Google it.
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angel49 wrote:
17) 3/19/2010 1:56:45 PM
Ok if the parents want to buy it then it their responsibility not ours. What is the big deal. Sexual image is not being promoted in my mind. We take ourselves to seriously about issues like this. Get a grip people.
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Ridergrl14 wrote:
18) 3/19/2010 5:02:27 PM
i think that this is totally wrong... little girls are growing too fast!!! i was babysitting a 4-5 year old and her favorite song was RIGHT ROUND!!!! she doesn't know what it means but she sings it!!!!! Little girls are trying to be like us older girls so we have to set a good example for them!!
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sherric wrote:
19) 3/19/2010 5:27:35 PM
Well actually,, if you go to Ohh! La, La! Couture's web site, you will see that the company has been in business since 2004, guess that would have made Noah.. 5? I think that if she can start a nationally successful business venture at 5 years of age,, more power to her! However, I also see the adults listed there as well, so maybe your rumor is simply that.. A rumor.
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MomOf2g1b wrote:
20) 3/19/2010 7:58:43 PM
The thought of Lingerie for kids is appalling. That is asking for trouble from preditors. I looked at the website. It does not show very much at all, but the few outfits it showed were tanks with a tutu style skirt. It also looked like the mothers started the company and not the girls. The outfits I saw were cute and I might even put them on my girls, but the name of the company is too provacative for young girls to be wearing and if they are making lingerie for kids as well and they just don't show it on the website, then that is not acceptable. I would never put any type of lingerie on my girls. Plain cotten with kids prints is all they get and no young girl needs more than that.
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rebecca22 wrote:
21) 3/19/2010 11:38:53 PM
i googled this, and its just not true. the line has been around since 2004. in 2009, the two young girls decided to help create a line for the coulture. The line will feature the logo of Emily's charity, lollipops and rainbows, and the money will support the charity. i still think this is rather ridiculous, but id suggest getting your information straight.
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soooh wrote:
22) 3/20/2010 12:34:50 AM
I think this is totally unnecessary. We have become people that use clothing brands to describe ourselves. We look down on people that do not wear the same brands and we're putting way too many brands on ourselves. Clothes, looks that's all that seems to be appealing to people now. This is already bad enough from high school and above but now they're starting it from elementary school too? Just so you know, all these brands, all this about looks and everything, is becoming a big impact to the kids in elementary school. They are thinking that they are too fat already and some are cutting meals at that age. Is this like, the world you want your kid to live in? Do you want to have a kid and be afraid of her surroundings and that one day she may be skipping meals and becoming unhealthy behind your back? This all connects in some way. This idea of "kiddie lingerie" is way TOO extreme.
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Neonpinksapphire wrote:
23) 3/20/2010 4:26:35 AM
I really hope everyone gets their stories straight. Visit the site. It is not at all a kiddie lingerie site. It little tutus like what you probably wanted to wear around when you were little. Its just expensive dress up wear and their is no need for people to over react or be so terrible as to label it as something it is clearly not to cause problems.
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Helen'sDaughter wrote:
24) 3/20/2010 11:21:45 AM
I had serious doubts about these parents when they let Miley pose provocatively in Vanity Fair, and now their 9 year old is designing and selling kiddie lingerie? There is a BIG difference between letting little girls play dress up and BUYING them naughty fashions of their own. I think DSS ought to investigate the Cyrus family. Something is just not right with these parents.
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Lorelee26 wrote:
25) 3/22/2010 12:08:20 PM
I think it is important for the parents to decide what is and isn't appropriate for their children. I personally would not allow it but what works for me and my family may not work for another family. I will admit this is a little alarming for me.
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