| Originally Posted by RazzleDazzle |
great insight! thanks! that's something to think about. I wonder if moms have problems about products being modeled on a child's head, like say "I don't want to put that on my daughter after its been 'worn'" kind of thing.
Well, I got the chance to ask the moms this question today. The answer?
They're not really concerned about a bow on a child's head because "that's not the bow I'd be getting".
Now, I'm pretty sure that quite a few etsy sellers do in fact sell the item that's been modeled.
However, these moms think that the bow in the picture is the "display" model and if they were to purchase one, they'd be getting a brand new one (from "stock").
So, there you have it. Another scientific study