Clothing-obsessed girls can lead to big bills for parents on a budget--unless you can pass down a single wardrobe from daughter to daughter.
Thrifty Irish mom Claire McCormack did just that, but with a clever twist to appease her littlest fashionista, Kate. She does her "shopping" at a hip French store called L'Attic. When Kate turned 6, Claire decided she was old enough to learn the truth: L'Attic isn't a shop at all. It's the attic in their home where the older sisters' clothes are stored.
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As we learn in the video below that Claire shared on Facebook, all this time Kate thought her mom was picking up trendy outfits at L'Attic, a shop Kate assumed was in town. And according to Kate, all her clothes are from L'Attic.
The sassy, stylish girl is none-too-pleased to discover she's been duped, throwing her head back against the seat of the car, sarcastically declaring, "Thank you so much, Mum." We can only guess that the off-camera snickering is courtesy of Kate's older siblings. Hey, at least they have good taste!
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We can already imagine Kate having an illustrious career in fashion. These other children have quite different aspirations. Click through to check them out and get more giggles.
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