If you’ve ever gone baby clothes shopping, you may have noticed something peculiar. Often times, the fashions that are available for young girls are much cuter and more varied than for baby boy clothes. There may be a few stores than are an exception to this, but for the most part, little girls clothing always has a better cuteness factor and better selection. Boys get some shirts, maybe a few suits, the basic shorts and jeans, and that’s about it.
It's very frustrating when shopping for little one's gifts. It seems that by their very nature, dresses and other girl clothes are simply more diverse, but it doesn’t necessarily have to be this way. Men’s fashions have always been a step below women’s fashions in the designer clothing industry, and this seems to have trickled down to infant clothes.
A designer or major brand name needs to step up and put their efforts into diversifying and strengthening the choices available for little boys apparel.
The spending power from the parents is certainly there, but there has to be enough demand from the public. Starting with newborn onesies all the way up to toddler and children apparel, moms and dads that want to see better choices for their little boys need to start demanding it. I would never have realized this had I given birth to a little girl. As I shop for my little infant guy amongst all the clothes for baby girls, though, I can’t ignore the inequality. Someday I know I’ll have a little princess and I’m glad that there will be no deficiency of girl clothing on the market, but I still think there should be a fair share for everyone.
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