The Real Housewives of NJ's Teresa Launches A Kid's Clothing Line!

06/05/2009 at 01:14 PM ET

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Teresa Giudice, from Bravo’s The Real Housewives of New Jersey, might be busy with a new baby on the way, the move into her dream house and her oldest daughter’s budding entertainment career, but that isn’t stopping the mother-of-three from thinking about her fans. “I am passionate about fashion and simply looking good; so I wanted to share my style with you. I hope you ‘love, love, love’ it,” Theresa writes on her website — hence, the launch of a fashion and accessories line for young girls and women called TG Fabulicious. The line features oversized flower hairbows and headbands for baby girls– modeled after the ones her three adorable daughters wear on the show — screen printed T-shirts for women coined with her signature phrases like “Happy Wife, Happy Life”, “Love, Love, Love”, “Delicious” and “Fabulous”, charm bracelets named for each of her daughters and printed baseball caps. Check out all Teresa’s designs at teresagiudice.com.Tell us: Do you “love, love, love” Teresa Giudice’s fashion and accessory line?

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Echizzle on

I like the little crochet caps but don’t care for the plastic headbands. After a while those things really hurt. I guess I’m just over that stuff. My daughter was balder than Kojak when she was born. I was really creative with the SOFT headbands but after a while she would take them off and I didn’t force her to put anything back on her head. If she was small now, I would think twice about buying a 35 dollar headband. 15 years later and people think she wears tracks on her bangs, a sock in her bun and pieces of weave because her hair is that thick and pretty. Sorry, just wanted to brag. Anyway, the headbands are okay but a little too pricey.

Jules on

Is it just me or does this girl look like a tranny? Seriously?

DJ on

I don’t give a flying s***!

Susan on

This may be mean but Teresa doesn’t seem to be too bright to put anything together. And I’m sorry but her kids are not cute at all. I don’t
think her kids are going to get very far because they are all on the homely side!!!

Jennifer on

I think its very strange that Teresa would be trying to sell things when she doesn’t seem talented at all. I would not buy anything from her because I think what she and her husband are doing is all illegal with his business.

Sarah on

Teresa is so silly to think that her kids are going to make it in the modeling world. Someone said that her daughter looks like the kid from Satan and I agree!

Catherine on

Teresa and her husband seem like they are in the mafia. I would not buy anything from them period. I don’t think this is a bright family and she needs to get over herself! Very uneducated woman who obviously will make her daughters act the same way she does. Vapid and ridiculous! What a mess her family is?

Debbie on

The House Wife’s of New Jersey all look like Transvestites, The all are so homely looking so who really cares what they do.

LBW on

She is pretty hard looking. I could see her designing clothes for people and kids like the Osborns. Weird rockers have kids too.

Jane on

While Teresa is surely no Donna Karan, I like her and she seems genuine. Some of things on her site are cute and I hope she does well. By the way, all of Teresa’s girls are cute and that is just plain mean and tacky to talk about kids in a mean way. Good Luck Teresa.

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