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In Suri's Closet - SEED (Australian Brand)


Suri wore these Jersey Harem Pants in Jewel Marle by Seed, while relaxing in Melbourne's park on August 15th.

UPDATE:


Suri wore this Beaded Neck Detail Tee in Charcoal Marle and it is also from Seed.

Thanks for the hint to Mandee & Natalia! :)


Suri wore these Side Flower Ballet Shoes in Fuchsia, while out & about on the set of Don't Be Afraid of the Dark on August 14th.

Thanks to Cherry for the shoes id! :)

and about this brand - SEED, my personal opinion - i dont like it, cause i hate knock-offs..

a while ago i posted that Suri's pink shoes are from Monsoon, because i have purchased the exact same pair from them last FALL...


so, how surprised i was to see this brand - "Seed" to remake these shoes almost exactly the same, they only added a strap...


and its not all, they also copied Silver Mary-Jane Shoes from Gap's Northern Lights Collection (also Fall'08)... these are way toooo similar to be a coincidence, imho.

7 comments:

Anonymous said...

Seed are such a perfect example of what happens in the world of fashion, absolutely no creative ability simple copycats.

Mandee said...

Wow Suri is in pants...sort of. They are leggings but I think that's as close to pants as we are going to get.

Patty said...

Those pants/leggings/whatever are horrible. The originals are so much better than the seed.

Mandee said...

News update:

SURI Cruise has proved she is not just the best-dressed tot around the globe, she is also the most worldly and well-mannered.

Katie Holmes and her three-year-old daughter were eating out at Wagamama restaurant in Flinders Lane on Friday.

As staff were clearing their plates, a laid-back Holmes mentioned Suri loved eating edamame beans.

The boiled and salted soybeans would not be the first choice of food for most three-year-olds.

But Suri confirmed her love of the soy bean pod by pleading with her mum to have some more.

"Mummy, I want more edamame," Suri said to a stunned floor staff member.

"Most people don't even know what edamame is," a member of the Wagamama staff said.

As the famous mum and daughter left, staff were further enamoured to find a big thank-you note written by Suri, no doubt with the help of Holmes, on the back of a comment card.

http://www.news.com.au/heraldsun/story/0,21985,25976483-5012974,00.html

Mandee said...

SEED's knock off from J.Crew's Crewcuts:

http://www.seedchild.com.au/www/143/1001127/displayproduct/dorothy-glitter-ballet--2917244_shoes--1001207_.html

http://www.jcrew.com/AST/Browse/CrewCutBrowse/Girl_Shop_By_Category/shoes/flatsmoccasins/PRDOVR~90985/90985.jsp

Wow Gold said...

fantastic blog.

seterina a. said...

sometimes they use the same product to be produced in a factory. that's why we could see similarities in some items. hence, designer items are made. where, one cant copy another's idea.