Like mother, like daughter

Ilona seems to be glued to me every time I chose my outfits and clothes. Sometimes, she asks me to and her into my arms and lift her so she can reach the hangers from the dressing and thus pick my dresses. Other times, I surprise her analyzing, even though she doesn’t ask anything. She tries to hold her back as straight as me, she asks how she’d look with curly hair and she tries to copy the tone of my voice when I scold her about leaving her toys all over the house.

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I knew that, at one point, little girls try to copy their mothers, so it shouldn’t be surprised that my daughter loves to wear loose white dresses, with colored sneakers, and not heals. Thus, I’m glad that, from an early age, Ilona is forming a fashion style. I always allowed her to manifest her creativity, to combine accessories after her own taste (she developed a passion for the pink headband) and to tell me that she doesn’t like something. And I assure you that if she doesn’t like something, you can convince her only with solid arguments to change her opinion. (She resembles with her mother so much:) )

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Dress: Bonpoint (Bonpoint Store)
Tennis shoes: Bensimon
Hair accessory: Bensimon
Photo: Csilla Szasz

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