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Take a peek inside Zoe Proudman's wardrobe.

One of the major pitfalls of not having a baby, is not having an excuse to shop for baby wear.

I mean, sure, you can still do it. Hypothetically, there’s nothing wrong with walking through the baby section of David Jones, claiming your non-existent older sister just gave birth to your non-existent nephew. Hypothetically…

But lie no more my friends, because I bring you the ULTIMATE toddler wardrobe.

I. Cannot. The miniature T-Shirts with witty one liners on them. The absurd pants with elastic waist bands. And don’t EVEN get me started on the Nike Airs that are no bigger than the palm of my hand.

#Dying. Image via Oishi-m. 

Zoe Proudman, Nina's gorgeous baby in Offspring, has the wardrobe of our dreams. Played in the last season by a set of twins, Mia and Willow Swindle, Zoe doesn't do onesies. Bibs totally aren't her thing. Oh, no. Zoe is fashion forward. She experiments with colours, textures and patterns. She knows what goes with what.

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Zoe Proudman knows what she wants. Image via Channel 10. 

This season, Zoe is played by Isabella Monaghan, and she will be wearing exclusively Torquay based brand, Oishi-m. Their quirky limited edition garments have a cult following, and it's not hard to see why. The Victorian based brand told Mamamia that they are powered by mums in Coastal Torquay, and are "so excited that many of their Melbourne made garments can be featured in an iconically Melbourne show celebrating the ups and downs of young families."

You can flick through all her incredible outfits right here. 

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Oishi-m isn't about "frilly pinks and baby blues". All clothes are designed for playing, moving and exploring the world. Their garments cater for children from 3 months, to 6 years old.

And remember, this season, Zoe is no longer a tiny little baby. She is a full blown toddler.

No doubt, Zoe will be the source of envious toddlers everywhere.

In which Mia Freedman gives the show a 2 out of ten and monique asks: Why does Nina wear so many floaty dresses, isn't she concerned about placenta on her Camilla kaftan?

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