A Fashion Faux-bia is the fear of wearing nice clothes around your child, especially if they are a toddler.
You know what I’m talking about. Those cute little dirty hands that leave those hard-to-remove stains don’t come out that easily.
You try to avoid those little hands when you are wearing something nice because, like clock-work, they will follow you and put their hands right on your white dress!
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You can find out all the details about this term and many others in the Clorox® Ick-tionary.
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