These are some social media inspired outfits put together by B for Bel (previously: the superhero fashion collection). Can you tell what makes them inspired from the different social media sites? SPOILER: It's the colors. The colors are what does it. Plus the Pintrest outfit doubles as a Where's Waldo costume. If you're looking for something a little more high fashion, then look no further than the ensemble I picked out to wear today. "Athletic shorts and no shirt?" Yep! No underwear either. *thrust-dancing*
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Thanks to Eric, whose mom still dresses him in the morning. AHAHAHAHHAHAHHAHA! Mine too. :/
Excuse me miss, I think you forgot something. "Yes?" A scrunchie!
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Note: If you're not into baby photography you might want to skip this one.
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