Gold Lame, for Children! Who else but American Apparel?

Via on Jan 13, 2010

Lame? That’s lah-may to you, pal.

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Super cute. Or, kinda crass?

“Click ‘crass’ above for some brilliant commentary, including hot pants on a child-sized mannequin, and reader comments including…

Oh, hot damn. I need to find these. My daughter’s chubby, yummy nugget legs will look so cute in those. I, on the other hand, would look like a jackass.



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4 Responses to “Gold Lame, for Children! Who else but American Apparel?”

  1. Anna says:

    it's a little weird.

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  3. mary says:

    Their sizing is what annoys me most.
    Childrens sizes stop at age 6, and then you are expected to buy the adult size xxs, at the normal adult price, thats lame.

  4. Kayla says:

    Horrible! I'd rather see my 4 year old daughter in a corduroy jumper. I don't even like those pants on a sorority girl.

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