"A graceful and honorable old age is the childhood of immortality" - Pindar

I have to ask...when you read the words "...delicate, delineating a young girl with personality and natural allure, unabashedly intermingling gracefulness and laidback insouciance. The combination of materials and volumes as well as the recrafted finishing, harmoniously cultivate a parisian 'couture' elegance" what do you imagine they're talking about?

Something expensive? Definitely. Some youth driven designer frippery? Probably. If you're anything like me the one thing that you did not forsee was this...ChloƩ's Fall/Winter children's wear collection...


I suppose it's fair to describe a toddler as 'insouciant'...their main sources of anxiety being where the next hit of milk is coming from and how quickly a diaper change will be affected...but why should they be cultivating a 'parisian couture elegance'...and what happens when they dribble all over that recrafted finishing?


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  • Carlene said...
    11:53 AM
    They will also eat the faux brooch.
  • The Tote Trove said...
    10:40 PM
    That's perhaps the most impressive bit of marketing drivel I've ever read. Thanks for sharing.

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