My nanny takes my children to art class, music class, soccer, the park, the coffee shop and 20 other places. When I interviewed her, she was wearing a button down shirt, long skirt and cute loafers. I remember because she reminded me of Elaine from Seinfeld. As the days have gone on, the nanny's "real style" has come out. Am I wrong to see nanny as a reflection of me? She wears everything logo, shoes, bags, etc. I know the shoes and bags and watch are fake. I don't know why it bother's me so but it drives me to distraction. We live in the NYC area. The Fendi bag she carries sells for almost $30K, the Elba Ballerina shoes are around $700. It's not just the faux expense, but a leopard print juicy sweatshirt? I feel bad for her. I'm quite sure she is mocked on a regular basis, and she's not a kid, she's 32! It's not just clothes and handbags, but Gucci sunglasses and Lanvin jewelry, and trendy hair accessories... And it's just not about the price or the contemptuous style, but I hired someone who was going to get on the floor with the kids, toss a Frisbee in the park. I feel duped! And a little pissed off!