A toddler has become a fashion influencer after her mum splashed out £15,000 on her designer wardrobe including pieces from Gucci and Versace.
Two-year-old Anita Felix has more than 12,000 followers on Instagram thanks to “mumager” Stela who kits her out with the latest luxury buys.
The stay-at-home mum, from Yorba Linda, California, used to work as a personal shopper and found her love for designer brands before giving birth to her daughter.
She has since forked out a whopping £15,000 on designer clothes for Anita, whose wardrobe is 95 per cent designer, and shares daily snaps on Instagram of the tot dressed in Balmain, Fendi and Givenchy.
Little Anita is pictured sitting in the middle of designer handbags dressed top to toe in Gucci and wrapped in a Versace sleeping bag as a baby.
Stela and her husband Ashvin, 32, who works as a physician, have recently introduced another member to the family, three-month-old Luka, who already has his fair share of luxury clothing.
She said: “When she was born, I started posting one or two pictures a month and saw a lot of interest from other Instagram pages who were reposting her. So, I slowly converted my Instagram into hers.
“She gets featured on a lot of popular Instagram pages – Fashion Mum Daily, Just Baby and designer clothing shops for children.
“I was a personal shopping at Saks Fifth Avenue in New York which is a luxury department store and that’s where I developed my love for designer clothes.
“Anita’s wardrobe is 95 per cent designer and is worth £15k. There are a lot of people in this world who don’t have the opportunity to buy their children designer clothes but I do and I want to give her the best.
“Sometimes she will ask me to take a picture of her but sometimes she doesn’t want her picture taken so I just have to go with her mood. She can definitely be a diva.”
Despite receiving backlash for kitting her daughter out in expensive clothing, Stela loves posing up the tot for fashion pics for her Instagram.
The mum has already collaborated with a few brands making her an influencer in the making.
She added: “We get a lot of negative comments from people who think I spend too much on her, they think it’s a waste of money.
“But I would love to have grown up with designer clothing and now I have the ability to do what I think is best for me and my daughter.
“She’s been gifted a few things from different companies which is always amazing – you can even find her on a card when you order from an online designer store for children”.