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The A to Z of children's fashion - M is for Mini-Me

From Little Lord Fauntleroy frills to funky flares, even the youngest child can be dedicated follower of fashion with our A to Z guide

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“How we dress our children reflects how we see ourselves as parents,” wrote Jess Cartner-Morley exploring the Mini-Me phenomenon in The Guardian last year. Dressing a child in miniature versions of their own clothes is a way for adults to flag up style and status. Sometimes, alas, the look can go wrong. Think Daniella Westbrook and family in Burberry check.

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