Mom Lets Her 3 Year-Old Boy Dress Her For A Week. The Result? Surprising!

Summer Bellesa trusts her son. He might only be three years old, but he was trusted to dress his pretty, style-conscious mom for an entire week. And the results, well, he did pretty well! The Arizona mother of two let little Rockwell pick out her ensemble for a blog she was writing but was surprised to see just how much of her eye for a good look had rubbed off on her young son… Check out what he picked out from the closet!

 

 

DAY 1:

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“The first few items were great: my Bob Dylan tee, with a gray skirt, and tights. I think I’ll put this in my rotation… But then before I could finish, he pointed to my nude heels.”

 

DAY 2:

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“This was probably my favorite day. These polka dotted Lula Roe leggings look great with my Mickey T-shirt… It’s almost like an homage to Minnie”

 

DAY 3:

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“I was a little self-conscious running my errands that day, but again, to my surprise I didn’t get one double-take or stare of curiosity. Instead, I got a woman who stopped me to tell me she liked my socks!”

 

DAY 4:

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“This outfit was a little more of a challenge. He picked out three shirts for me … and that’s it. ‘Mommy can’t go outside without any pants on’, I told him. ‘How about we switch one of these shirts for a pair of pants?’”

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“He also pulled out two pairs of shoes from a pile in my closet. I don’t think he realized that they were two different shoes”

 

DAY 5:

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“This shirt was picked out because it has arrows on it, and Rockwell loves arrows. He looked for pants that also have arrows, but had to settle on a pair of jeans”

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“He also pulled out two boots, a rain boot and a brown cropped boot. He looked at them and asked, ‘Are these close enough?’”

“I realized how little people really care about what you’re wearing. The pressure we put on ourselves to look a certain way is just that: pressure we put on ourselves.”

“The last thing I learned from this experiment, is to find moments to be silly. Silliness is good for your kids and for your heart. Don’t take yourself to serious: they’re just clothes.”

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