Monday, April 28, 2008

Sharing is Caring....

Just thought I'd share with all of you....





When my baby girl was born a couple of years back my sister-in-law, Jodie, sent me two of the most adorable baby outfits I have ever seen. Her hubby is in the Air Force and they were stationed in Europe at that time. She bought these outfits at a little boutique in FRANCE! Yes, FRANCE! :0) One of them was a cute little pink jumper and the other was brown overalls with a turquoise shirt that went underneath it.


The tags on them showed where they were purchased and so when baby was a little older and had grown out of these adorable outfits, I searched for the store online in hopes of finding other cute threads for my wee one.





Du Pareil Au Meme, or DPAM, is the name of the store and you can totally buy their stuff online! So, I bought a few more things that she could wear as she got bigger. Sadly, I forget about this website and their cute clothes until I got out the baby clothes boxes for my sister. She just had a baby girl. And now....her little one can be super sassy in French clothes too! :0)





The prices aren't bad at all, though you have to figure the price difference
between Euros and Dollars. :0) Two years ago when I bought them, there wasn't much of a difference. I got her a cute little sweater vest, a couple of pairs of pants, and a few really cute tops. Such a cutie patootie she was! :0)



So, what are you waiting for? Go check out the cute stuff! And yes, there is stuff for boys there, too. But, my boy is 8, so he's not wanting to be cute anymore. :0)

5 comments:

wendster said...

Oooh! I just went and checked out that french store! What a fun link. Thanks!

Amber M. said...

Darling. Those French do know fashion!

Sister Sassy said...

So cute! I need a little girl.

Did you get anything fun in the mail today?

Montay said...

Way cute and hey if you need a home for the hand me downs you know where we live. :D

Buxton Family said...

I miss DPAM and France. Sadly,my girls, for the most part, are too big for their clothes.