These Are The Most Expensive Children’s Items


A little while ago, we used to publish a list of the most expensive baby and maternity items on a biennial basis. They were very popular features. In a throwback to those posts, here are the most expensive baby or child items (or closest to the top) that are out these days.

Most Expensive Clothing for a baby or child– Mischka Aoki sells a sleeveless drss with silk satin top panels of macramé lace that is also embellished with Swarovski crystals and pearls. The layered and ruffle skirt panel dress with a train comes with a garment bag and costs a whopping $15,806! Get it at LUISAVIAROMA.


For a young gentleman, a Burberry flight jacket made of tartan wool, shearling lining and zip cuffs with leather trims will run a mom or dad $3,195.  Get it at Burberry!
Most Expensive Diaper bag – Burberry also sells a top of the line diaper bag  made of a combination of rich leather and familiar cotton twill checks. The bag comes with a removal shoulder strap, has double top zip closure and protective metal feet. It has an inside zip compartment and divider pocket. The leather and cotton imported bag costs $1,495. Get it at Saks Fifth Avenue!
Most Expensive Crib – Nursery Works has designed an oval solid maple crib that converts to a bassinet by removing front and back panels. The $7,500 crib is made in Los Angeles but comes with an oval coco core mattress from Pure by Babyletto and is Oeko-tex certified non-toxic, made in Slovenia. Get it at 2Modern!
Most Expensive Stroller– There are a lot of high end strollers out there but Bugaboo’s  Donkey Twin Stroller Bundle which includes 1 sun canopy 1 bassinet apron is a hefty $1,885–1,975, depending on accessories. Get it at!
If you have it and can afford to spend that much on top of the line, quality items, why not, right?

Bellyitch Posh Parents poll: 46% would buy an infant dress that cost $100

This Dress by Dior originally cost $623

From the informal poll that was on the blog for the past week and a half, of readers who took the time to respond, the majority said they would NOT spend $100 on a dress for an infant. 
However, while 53% said no to super expensive luxury for a baby, a whopping 46% of Bellyitch readers are Posh Parents and said they would make that pricey splurge. 
While 24% said yes with no qualifier, 16% said they would indeed make such a purchase if the dress was on sale and another 6% said they’d spend $100 on a baby if they knew they could hand it down to another child in the family or a friend’s family.
Well there you have it: a split between poshilicious splurging parents and those who are watching their pocketbooks.

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