I ran to Target today to get tights for the girls for Easter and this is what I paid:
$1.89 (size 4-6x)
$3.99 (size 18-24 month)
Can anyone explain to me why the little bitty tights are $2 more than the big girl tights?
I should've bought some tights for myself, I bet they would've been like $.19 or something.
Why, oh why do retailers feel the need to exploit the pocketbooks of mommies with baby girls? Just because it's tiny, cute and pink doesn't mean it should cost more than what I paid for my entire spring wardrobe--which at this moment is about $7--since spring hasn't decided to show up yet--but you get my point.
By the way, I almost paid $86 for a Pink Floyd concert t-shirt that was converted into a baby girl dress. It was so rockin' and cute. But a rare moment of sensibility overcame me...