Mom spent more than $25K on 8-year-old’s clothes
Mom believes the money spent on designer labels is ‘well spent’ if it makes her son ‘more popular’ at school.
One Essex, U.K. mom has money to burn — on her 8-year-old son’s fancy designer wardrobe, that is.
DigitalSpy reports that mega-spending mom Vicky Antonia has stocked her son’s closet with more than $25,000 in shoes, designer jeans and T-shirts.
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Young Zak’s wardrobe features top brands, including Burberry, Ralph Lauren and Prada.
“I know it must sound like I am spoiling him, but I just want him to look his best,” she told The Mirror.
“What is wrong with making your son look good?”
Most parents spend around $14,000 on children’s clothing up to the age of 21, reports The Mirror.
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