Mom responds to trolls who say she “dresses like a prostitute”
Mom “ashamed” by evil trolls for her choice of clothes insists that “you don’t have to dress conventionally to be a good parent.”
Charlie Hayes says she was even told she “dresses like a prostitute” because she has a more alternative style.
The 21-year-old also drew “disapproving looks” from other parents at the nursery.
One cruel person even said her son would be bullied for his outfits.
But the provocative mum says her three-year-old son Jasper Hayes isn’t fazed by his eclectic look and loves his colorful hair and makeup.
Charlie, who started dressing as an ‘alternative’ clobber from the age of 11, said: ‘The negative comments mostly come from people online calling me a’ monster ‘or’ emo ‘and saying’ dress like a mom, you will embarrass your son ”.
“I got a lot of humiliating comments and someone even said my son would be bullied for dressing like a prostitute.
“I also get disapproving looks from other moms on the nursery trail, but that doesn’t bother me anymore – it would be a waste of time to dwell on it.
“I’m a good mom, so I’m proof that you don’t have to wear certain types of clothes to be a good parent.”
An alternative fashion fan, Charlie says she has a great relationship with her son, although she is called a “bad parent” for the way she dresses.
Far from being embarrassed by his mother’s style, little Jasper is always curious about her colorful looks and praises her makeup as “pretty”.
Charlie said: “My style has a lot of underground and alternative influences and it has become an art form for me.
“I will wear absolutely anything like dresses, skirts and bright colors, but what I always wear is a big pair of platforms.
“The people who draw this line between clothing and motherhood come from traditional values, but it’s 2021 and those old-school expectations are being exceeded now.
“Some older moms might not take me seriously, but I’m doing fine and you can see my son is happy so I don’t understand why this is important.
“Jasper and I are very close, we’re like best friends. He’s not at all fazed by my style and doesn’t even seem to notice that I stand out because that’s all he knows.
“He says ‘mum’s makeup is pretty. Sometimes mum’s makeup is pink, sometimes her hair is blue’ – he loves it.”
Charlie grew up in a small town in Kent where she says her “alternative” outfits were frowned upon and it wasn’t until she had her son at 18 and moved to another area that she was able to. fully express his style.
Her parents, who originally believed it was ‘just a phase’, are now very supportive and proud of their confident daughter who sends them pictures of her appearance almost every day.
Since moving to a student neighborhood, the self-proclaimed shopaholic has started to receive even more positive reactions to her daring outfits.
This has helped fuel her fashion “rebellion” against those who tell her to moderate it.
Charlie’s boyfriend of almost two years, Sam Pritchard, 20, loves and encourages his unique style as well.
Charlie said: “I started dressing ‘alternately’ from the age of 11. My parents were quite reluctant at first and thought it was just a phase.
“They live in a fairly small town so I wasn’t used to being confident enough to wear something too different and when I go back there now I get a lot of looks and tuts from old ladies.
“I have adopted my style more since I moved and I am much happier because of it.
“I live in a student neighborhood now, so most of the time I get a pretty positive reaction from people on the streets.
“People sometimes ask to take pictures of my outfit or where I’m taking something from.
“My boyfriend Sam loves him too, although he always asks me to sell shoes because they are taking over the house.
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“My style has always been a bit rebellious, so negative comments make me dress more oddly.”
Charlie now hopes to encourage other moms to adopt their own style and not worry about what other people think of them.
Charlie said: “You can be the most perfect mom in the world and dress like the well-respected classic lady and people will always criticize you, so what’s the point of not doing what you want? It doesn’t change a thing except you. make miserable. “
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