There has to be something to be said about the fashionistas such as myself who were privileged enough at a young ago to express themselves through fashion. Some days I felt like Punky Brewster and fought to the death about matching my socks (who fit in when I was born to stand out.) Most days I felt like a Princess (blame my Grandma who till this day still says I’m her little Princess.) This attire was very similar to Sophia Grace, minus the tiara. Apparently schools have rules against these things smh.
Every year from kindergarten until I graduated high school, on the first day of school I wore a dress. In grade school it had to pass the twirl test, which meant that if I twirled I could get a good rise out of it. As I got older, my dresses started to resemble more of a Taylor Swift look. Later on I would look to her to accentuate this look with cow girl boots. Thanks T. Swift!
Sometimes, even till this day my boyfriend will tell me I look ridiculous for wearing a rather extravagant dress to a less than mediocre event, but hey like Sophia Grace and Rosie, sometimes you just gotta unleash your inner princess and just “grab your tutu!”