Kristin Cavallari is a shrewd businesswoman who often uses her social media platform to promote her various brands.
Recently, the reality TV star melted hearts with sweet photos of two adorable babies wearing matching pajamas.
In one picture, the little boy and girl looked beyond sweet in grey sleepwear that features tiny green leaves.
To make the moment between the young models even cuter, the baby girl leans to kiss her friend on the cheek.
In another snapshot, the adorable duo seemed ready for Christmas in red and white pajamas.
The gorgeous ads for Cavallari’s Little James Clothing line for children was shot in front of a large Christmas tree.
The former star of Laguna Beach: The Real Orange County captioned the ads: “My heart can’t handle the cuteness!!! So obsessed with the new @littlejamesclothing holiday PJs.”
The fashion designer had many of her millions of fans falling in love with the cuteness overload wrapped up in one post.
However, some criticized Cavallari for not having any children of color in the photos she shared on her official page.
A woman sparked an entire race-related debate with this question: “Any brown or black babies coming in ur ads?”
Another, who agreed with the top remark, joined in to say the following: “Agree! But also, zero tolerance for anyone, especially those with a platform, that isn’t inclusive and doesn’t show any representation. She could have easily posted pics of children of color (especially if she claims to have them on her website or whatever), but she didn’t, and that needs to be called out, and possibly even boycotted. Zero tolerance.”
Cavallari had some supporters who pointed to the fact that a quick visit to the official page of the company would have cleared up the matter.
There are children of all races modeling for the brand. She also has kids with disabilities on the Instagram page.
A social media user, who did the work, praised Cavallari for her inclusiveness by saying: “Maybe research the page before making a comment like that. They do a great job of representing all children.”
A potential client, who took the time to browse through the photos before sharing their thoughts, wrote these kind words to Cavallari: “I thought the same thing, popped over to @littlejamesclothing and was pleased! I see lots of different types of beautiful children represented consistently through the photos😍.”
Cavallari is also the founder of an accessories brand called Uncommon James.