Skinny Jeans For Children?

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No, there’s no joke here. If you’ll go down the children department in almost any store now, you’ll find a fair share of skinny jeans. For little girls and for little boys.

While I look at skinny jeans for/on grown ups and slightly frown, I can’t help but wonder if it was really necessary to constrict our young into wearing such a tight garment. They say it’s been seriously tested and skinny jeans don’t raise any velocity or mobility issues in our children’s activities, I’m still having a hard time believing it. (we’re talking about age categories from babies up: if your wish is to find a skinny jeans suitable from birth, you’ll be able to for it exists). Would you dress your babies with skinny jeans? How about your toddles? Your kids? Do you think it’s fashionable/safe/healthy? (via)

Little girl wearing skinny jeans


#1 café au lait on 08.16.10 at 8:55 am

mia culpa.
I did my girl is 22 months and she has to skinny jeans from Tenclothes.

She’s really adorable with them nothing to do as for adult, the thing is that you can adjust the size, anyway chose size xs is for 3 to 4 years and she’s almost 2!!

she doesn’t seem to suffer in them the thing I like is that I don’t need to worry about cold entering from down.

Skinny jeans for kids are not like for adults.

#2 Adriana on 08.16.10 at 9:03 am

No, please don’t! We’ve Suri Cruise who seems yet to be a designer. Let kids enjoy being a kid? Please?

#3 mdinah on 08.16.10 at 9:11 am

plain wrong… it sexualizes the kids …

#4 Ellington on 08.16.10 at 11:56 am

Going too far and too insipid.
I hate when people dress kids as mini versions of themselves!
They are people, not dolls!

#5 Yawning at skinny jeans on 07.13.11 at 2:49 am

The idea that this is sexualization is ridiculous. It is premised on the concept that “skinny” jeans are “sexy”. I guess women are getting their wires crossed, and thinking that the word “skinny” makes an item sexy on them.

I can tell you that I am a male, and I just today asked several male friends if skinny jeans are sexy. About half of them said “skinny whatnow?”

After showing them a picture of skinny jeans, each of them to a man said “I have no opinion”.

Not that the jeans are unflattering (like “mom jeans” (shudder)). Rather the skinny jeans are a whole lot of nothing. Men see them as another kind of jeans, like boot cut or Capri pants. Irrelevant and completely inconsequential sexually speaking.

So I’m sorry to all the ladies out there who don a product called “skinny {x}”, and think that it makes you into a naughty s*xpot. It just doesn’t.

This delusion is like when a guy comes up to you and says “I’ve got a Mustang Saleen edition with fully independent suspension option and a retrofitted T5 transmission and optional high flow intercooler”. Doesn’t that just make your nether regions tingle when a guy says something like that?

Same thing when a woman says “Look at ME! I just bought some sexy SKINNY jeans! Ooh la la!”. Men’s eyes just glaze over, and they respond “Yeah … I guess that’s ‘hot’ or whatever. (yawn)”

Nothing wrong with these jeans on women, but they are not “sexy” clothes. That’s a myth that is perpetuated by TV shows where the hosts are a duo consisting of a horrifying shrill woman and a man who isn’t attracted to women at all. The duo gives advice on what men find attractive/sexy in women, a subject that both hosts are clueless about.

Ridiculous. Go find something serious to overreact to. Did you know that a recent BBC report says that Somalia is far more dangerous now than it was during the “Blackhawk Down” era? Why not focus on that long ignored problem? Babies are dying there by the minute. The African Union is trying to intervene to stop the continuous slaught*r, but there’s little public outcry for support in the west.

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