Designer Collection

Before you raise your eyebrows at the content of this article, keep in mind that we’re not about to embark on a discussion on the rights and wrongs of a scientific designer baby. Instead, this guest contribution is going to look at whether or not it’s really possible to carve out that illusive designer image for your little one. In fact, more to the point, we’ll look to see if you can create it on a budget that doesn’t resemble Victoria Beckham’s.

The remainder of this post will therefore look at all of the areas you can create that designer appearance, before asking the question if it’s possible to achieve these effects on a budget. Furniture The first element we’re going to look at certainly can give your baby the designer image before he or she is even born. With most parents putting together their baby’s nursery long before the due date, it’s certainly easy to create that fashionable, designer image from an early stage.

Unlike some of the other suggestions through the course of this article, it’s very difficult to pull off the designer nursery on a budget. Fashionable furniture sets generally cost a lot of money and while you can purchase standalone wardrobes, cots and other nursery furniture, they don’t possess the ‘designer’ factor that we’ve been talking about for the last few paragraphs.

Clothing If you visit the local Diesel store, or any other major brand for that matter, you’ll probably gasp at some of the prices. Unfortunately, baby clothes aren’t cheap either and if you are looking at dressing your little one with the biggest labels on the high-street be prepared to fork out unbelievable sums of money. Therefore, in the case of clothing – it’s most definitely possible to create that designer baby. Unfortunately, it usually comes at a massive cost.

On a more positive note, you can cut corners and dress your baby fashionably on a budget. Unlike adults, babies don’t perspire and this means that it’s perfectly hygienic to purchase second-hand clothes. Moreover, with clothes only tending to fit babies for weeks at a time, you’ll effectively be buying the garments new anyway. Therefore, through the likes of eBay and similar sources, dressing your designer baby in big labels can be done on a budget.

Toys Most people don’t realize that toys can also be bought in a designer style. Admittedly, they are a little more difficult to distinguish, but if you take your pram and venture to your nearest department store the vast majority of toys stocked there will be referred to as designer goods.

 Suffice to say, they are significantly more expensive and if you really are looking to bring your baby up ‘fashionably’, it’s probably best to save your money on clothes and furniture. Designer toys from department stores rarely do anything more than ones purchased from your standard toy shop, so save the pennies (or pounds, in this case).

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