Mini Must-Have: Liam McDermott’s Très Chic Tee

08/06/2010 at 10:00 AM ET
Courtesy of Jaxn Rhea/GSI

Passport to Paris!

He may have been walking the streets of L.A., but Liam McDermott channeled the City of Lights while out with mom Tori Spelling on July 2.

The cosmopolitan 3-year-old rocked The Eiffel Tee ($21) by Atsuyo et Akiko.

Available in eggshell or charcoal, the super soft T-shirt features a cool graphic of the iconic landmark and its zip code.

And for a truly vintage feel, the sleeves and neckline are frayed.

– Anya Leon

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jean on

who buys a $21 dollar t shirt for a toddler?

HeatherR on

I’ve spent that much on my kids shirts before. It depends what it is, what brand, etc.

Ethan, Aly, James, Sully and Stellan's Mama on

I’ve spent more than £21 on clothing for my son; the great thing about quality clothing is that it lasts, and can be passed down to youngest siblings. Good clothes that I bought for my firstborn have lasted and still look good on my 11 m/o son, and they’ll still last for my younger two when they fit them.

Anne on

I just bought $30 shirts for all my grandkids :) Toddler-preteens

jenninky on

I buy 3.00 shirts for my toddlers and they last.. they still get passed down….21.00 is stupid…even if I had money to blow…I would not buy a kids t-shirt for 21.00

Christie on

I agree. I try to limit myself to no more than $5 for anything for my daughter. It seems like a waste. Especially when she isn’t old enough to tell me if she even likes it.

ang on

$21 is not extreme,get real. $121 is extreme.

Carson on

Dude needs a haircut.

Sam on

Liam is adorable! I like his hair, he’s still a baby so it suits him. He head isn’t too ‘tiny’ for the long hair, it doesn’t consume his face. Very cute!

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