Toddler Lingerie

Toddler Lingerie: Pretty or Perverse?

Mom Jeanine
August 18, 2011


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Earlier this week Fashionista shined the spotlight on Jours Apres Lunes, a French brand that makes lingerie. For toddlers.


In a market overflowing with Dora the Explorer and Barbie panties, I have to say I kind of like these undies. No one can deny they’re pretty and they’re probably incredibly well-made. Just like mom, most little girls want to feel pretty and nothing helps accomplish that like a frilly, lace-y pair of panties.

Of course, things get a little sticky when you put actual children in said panties. Surprisingly, I don’t have a problem with the undies–it’s seeing little girls all dolled up in the undies that’s a little unsettling.

Creepy ads aside–and the fact that they’re probably a bagillion dollars–I would totally buy my little girl fancy undies like these. They’re pretty and they’ll be covered up most of the time anyway. How about you? Would you buy “lingerie” for your toddler? Share your opinion in the comments.

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  • Tracey
    August 18, 2011

  • Personally, I’m not comfortable with the way the children are photographed in the ad. I think they are being posed to look sexy. And there is no need for a child to be wearing a bra top.
    Some of the pieces are cute, but I would pass on these for my daughters.

  • jennifer
    August 18, 2011

  • i think they are really cute and i would totally buy them for my tween aged daughter, toddler might be pushing it a little. however, the ads are definitely a little creepy. It would seem better to picture them by themselves and not advertising with actual models.

  • Valerie
    August 18, 2011

  • This is child pornography. The clothes manufactueres are just seeing if they can get away with it. This puts children at very dangerous risk. How dare these clothes designers do this- why would they?