Mason Kardashian | Dressed Up At Playground

Is He Too Dressed Up for the Playground?

Mom Jeanine
October 10, 2011


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I’m not usually one to comment on how other mom’s dress their children. Unless, of course, it’s freezing and the kid isn’t wearing a coat or it’s super sunny and the kid doesn’t have shades or a sun hat.

But I’m about to break my own rule…

When I saw the pic of Mason Kardashian (aka Mason Dash Disick) above, I couldn’t help but think, “That kid can’t be comfortable.” I mean, who brings their kid to the playground with a bow-tie on? I’ve never seen a kid this dressed up at the playground.

Apparently, the Kardashians do. Granted, they were probably filming for their TV show, but would shorts and T-shirt really have looked that bad? Sure, Mason looks cute in his little tuxedo shirt, skinny trousers and loafers, but that outfit is better suited for Auntie Kim’s wedding. Here at the playground it just looks like pure torture–little Mason can’t even comfortably bend his arms or his legs.

What’s your take? Would you ever bring your kid to the playground in an outfit like this? Share your thoughts in the comments.

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  • Kelly Groves Scott
    October 11, 2011

  • Well I doubt my kid would ever be dressed that way, but if he were, then I’d absolutely let him play. Maybe they were dressed for pictures? Anyway, he deserves a fun play break no matter what he’s got on.

  • hm
    October 18, 2011

  • I have a 5 year old that absolutely insists on dressing up sometimes, he loves it and I can’t really talk him out of it when he’s in the mood to dress up. He has worn a bowtie to the park, and had a blast playing all dressed up. Sometimes we just have to stop judging and let it go. There are so many more important things to worry about than each other’s parenting skills…