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Real Housewives' Teresa Giudice Fashion Line

So you watch the Real Housewives and you may even start to talk like the Real Housewives.

Now here’s your chance to dress your kids like theirs!

Real Housewives of New Jersey star Teresa Giudice is following in the footsteps of the Material Girl herself Madonna.

That’s right, Teresa is close to final negotiations with Madonna’s Material Girl’s children’s clothing line designers to launch her own girls line, according to RadarOnline.com.

“We’re talking at the moment,” said Steve Lloyd, co-founder of Lipstik Girls, a California based manufacturer.

“We’re excited about working with Teresa to develop a line…  We haven’t gone in full design mode, but it will definitely have her [Teresa] influence,” Steve said.

Does that mean big hair and big bows?

The clothing will target girls 2-11 years old and sizes 2-16, and will hopefully be sold in high end department stores as well as boutique and specialty stores.

How involved will Teresa be in the design process?  “She will have final approval on everything. All the way through, she’ll be involved.”

“We worked with Madonna and we believe we can interpret what someone wants and work with them very well to tell their vision,” Steve said.  Steve and his designer wife Lisa Barretta Lloyd partnered with Madonna in 2003 to create the English Roses collection inspired by her book of the same name.

Teresa’s line will be “in the same vein” as English Roses’ “classy” high-end children’s line.

Teresa is known to fans for having an over-the-top sense of style, especially when it comes to her four little girls.

“At this point, it’s going to be a fantastic match. We’re excited, she’s excited, we’re going to make clothes that girls like.”

Teresa is also in the works to trademark her phrase “Fabulicious,” which she plans to use as the name of the full collection of dresses, skirts, tops, t-shirts, jeans jackets, coats, shoes, pants and pajamas.

Wow, Teresa is going to be making back all that money she lost in bankruptcy real soon!

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