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Ralph Lauren Boys Short Sleeve Polo Top - Red £16.80 delivered @ Littlewoods
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Ralph Lauren Boys Short Sleeve Polo Top - Red £16.80 delivered @ Littlewoods

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Posted 5th May
Size: 14-16 years

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Boys Short Sleeve Stripe Polo Top by Ralph Lauren
Red
An American classic since the early '70s, the Polo shirt has been imitated but never matched. This version from Ralph Lauren is made from their highly breathable cotton mesh, which offers a textured look and a soft feel.
Pure cotton
Ribbed Polo collar
Two-button placket
Short sleeves with ribbed armbands
Signature embroidered Pony to left chest
Tennis tail - sits slightly longer at the back
Material
Material Content: 100% Cotton
Washing Instructions: Machine Washable
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Sparkz2k1605/05/2020 22:44

Honest question. Why do designer brands like this make kids clothing? Why …Honest question. Why do designer brands like this make kids clothing? Why would parents dress their kids up in designer clothing?It just looks tacky. The kid wont care if its a £50 designer tshirt or a £2 primark one. It just makes people cringe when they see the brand. Seeing a family of 4 where the mum has branding like Hugo Boss, dad has a "boss" tshirt and the kids have matching "boss" tshirts as well is quite awful. It's like I said in another comment, this is just like if early learning centre started making their branded clothing for adults.


It’s called free choice. All of us can buy whatever we choose to regardless what anyone thinks. Simple
Edited by: "PaulJDick" 5th May
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Honest question. Why do designer brands like this make kids clothing? Why would parents dress their kids up in designer clothing?

It just looks tacky. The kid wont care if its a £50 designer tshirt or a £2 primark one. It just makes people cringe when they see the brand. Seeing a family of 4 where the mum has branding like Hugo Boss, dad has a "boss" tshirt and the kids have matching "boss" tshirts as well is quite awful.

It's like I said in another comment, this is just like if early learning centre started making their branded clothing for adults.
Sparkz2k1605/05/2020 22:44

Honest question. Why do designer brands like this make kids clothing? Why …Honest question. Why do designer brands like this make kids clothing? Why would parents dress their kids up in designer clothing?It just looks tacky. The kid wont care if its a £50 designer tshirt or a £2 primark one. It just makes people cringe when they see the brand. Seeing a family of 4 where the mum has branding like Hugo Boss, dad has a "boss" tshirt and the kids have matching "boss" tshirts as well is quite awful. It's like I said in another comment, this is just like if early learning centre started making their branded clothing for adults.


It’s called free choice. All of us can buy whatever we choose to regardless what anyone thinks. Simple
Edited by: "PaulJDick" 5th May
PaulJDick05/05/2020 22:55

It’s called free choice. All of us can buy whatever we choose to r …It’s called free choice. All of us can buy whatever we choose to regardless what anyone thinks. Simple


Second that.
Sparkz2k1605/05/2020 22:44

Honest question. Why do designer brands like this make kids clothing? Why …Honest question. Why do designer brands like this make kids clothing? Why would parents dress their kids up in designer clothing?It just looks tacky. The kid wont care if its a £50 designer tshirt or a £2 primark one. It just makes people cringe when they see the brand. Seeing a family of 4 where the mum has branding like Hugo Boss, dad has a "boss" tshirt and the kids have matching "boss" tshirts as well is quite awful. It's like I said in another comment, this is just like if early learning centre started making their branded clothing for adults.


Agree but 14-16 Y might be used by an adult too... If is a small, xmall size.
PaulJDick05/05/2020 22:55

It’s called free choice. All of us can buy whatever we choose to r …It’s called free choice. All of us can buy whatever we choose to regardless what anyone thinks. Simple


Absolutely but that doesn't answer my questions. I've got free choice to poop in my garden or pick my nose. I do neither but if I did, there would be a reason behind my choices. I was purely wondering as you don't just do things in life because you can, there's a reason for it.
Sparkz2k1605/05/2020 22:44

Honest question. Why do designer brands like this make kids clothing? Why …Honest question. Why do designer brands like this make kids clothing? Why would parents dress their kids up in designer clothing?It just looks tacky. The kid wont care if its a £50 designer tshirt or a £2 primark one. It just makes people cringe when they see the brand. Seeing a family of 4 where the mum has branding like Hugo Boss, dad has a "boss" tshirt and the kids have matching "boss" tshirts as well is quite awful. It's like I said in another comment, this is just like if early learning centre started making their branded clothing for adults.


It’s age 14 - 16 thats definitely an age bracket were in general kids care about what they wear and designer labels.
Edited by: "myusernamehasgone234" 5th May
Sparkz2k1605/05/2020 22:44

Honest question. Why do designer brands like this make kids clothing? Why …Honest question. Why do designer brands like this make kids clothing? Why would parents dress their kids up in designer clothing?It just looks tacky. The kid wont care if its a £50 designer tshirt or a £2 primark one. It just makes people cringe when they see the brand. Seeing a family of 4 where the mum has branding like Hugo Boss, dad has a "boss" tshirt and the kids have matching "boss" tshirts as well is quite awful. It's like I said in another comment, this is just like if early learning centre started making their branded clothing for adults.


For my family, I get fake branded. All the poor people still think I'm better than them, but my t shirt actually has the same qualities as a £2 Primark so win, win.
Edited by: "boostii" 5th May
boostii05/05/2020 23:49

For my family, I get fake branded. All the poor people still think I'm …For my family, I get fake branded. All the poor people still think I'm better than them, but my t shirt actually has the same qualities as a £2 Primark so win, win.

If you don't have enough for the original brand, then go to primark.Why buying fake stuff? To pretend you are someone else ?
Sparkz2k1605/05/2020 22:44

Honest question. Why do designer brands like this make kids clothing? Why …Honest question. Why do designer brands like this make kids clothing? Why would parents dress their kids up in designer clothing?It just looks tacky. The kid wont care if its a £50 designer tshirt or a £2 primark one. It just makes people cringe when they see the brand. Seeing a family of 4 where the mum has branding like Hugo Boss, dad has a "boss" tshirt and the kids have matching "boss" tshirts as well is quite awful. It's like I said in another comment, this is just like if early learning centre started making their branded clothing for adults.


Please explain how designer clothing looks tacky? Such a strange statement to make.
SSR12306/05/2020 00:38

Please explain how designer clothing looks tacky? Such a strange statement …Please explain how designer clothing looks tacky? Such a strange statement to make.


I never once said that. I said kids wearing and kitting out the whole family in matching designer gear as described does.

Does a little kid ask for it? Is it forced on them?

At the end of the day designer clothing is often bought for the quality. People have plenty of money or work and save loads to buy, wear and enjoy it. Little kids/toddlers being forced to wear it just looks tacky as parents make them wear it so they themselves look "cool" for kitting their kid out with designer stuff. The kid would have no clue about better quality or the brand.

If anything it weakens the brand image. For example I and many others just see the "boss" bold logo t-shirts as kiddy t-shirts now and completely undesirable due to the amount of parents forcing the t-shirts on their kids who walk around with dribbled ice cream stains all down it.

Each to their own though. People are free to do what they like, just like I'm free to have an opinion.
Edited by: "Sparkz2k16" 6th May
Sparkz2k1606/05/2020 01:09

I never once said that. I said kids wearing and kitting out the whole …I never once said that. I said kids wearing and kitting out the whole family in matching designer gear as described does. Does a little kid ask for it? Is it forced on them?At the end of the day designer clothing is often bought for the quality. People have plenty of money or work and save loads to buy, wear and enjoy it. Little kids/toddlers being forced to wear it just looks tacky as parents make them wear it so they themselves look "cool" for kitting their kid out with designer stuff. The kid would have no clue about better quality or the brand. If anything it weakens the brand image. For example I and many others just see the "boss" bold logo t-shirts as kiddy t-shirts now and completely undesirable due to the amount of parents forcing the t-shirts on their kids who walk around with dribbled ice cream stains all down it. Each to their own though. People are free to do what they like, just like I'm free to have an opinion.


Yeah I understand but your comment clearly said kids wearing designer is tacky. Maybe I misunderstood, but a Ralph Lauren polo is a timeless piece. And for this price is a bargain. Size 14/16 for example can literally be worn for teenage kids even. For teenage kids a top for £16 is an absolute bargain. Even a random top at JD Sports would be £30 for that age range.

Also, Ralph Lauren Polo’s quality isn’t pretty good, have been wearing their polo’s for years now without any issues.

I do get what you’re saying about the matching etc though .
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