Nicole Richie’s daughter already has a flair for fashion
Nicole Richie leaves the choosing of her kids’ outfits up to her son and daughter, admitting they already both have very individual styles.
Nicole Richie’s daughter is already showing signs of following in her mother’s fashionista footsteps.
The 34-year-old former reality star became known as something of a style icon thanks to her love of unique, often bohemian, clothing.
And while her daughter Harlow is just eight years old, Nicole has already spotted that she has an eye for fashion.
“She has her own style,” Nicole told People magazine of her little girl. “She likes to experiment with different looks. I am totally fine with that. What she looks like is ultimately up to her.”
Meanwhile, Nicole’s son Sparrow, six, prefers to look to his father for style inspiration. Good Charlotte rocker Joel Madden often likes to keep things simple with black ensembles, and Sparrow is following suit.
“They dress themselves,” Nicole added of her children. “Sparrow does his own thing. He likes to wear all black like his dad.”
Nicole has come a long way from her reality star days and has found huge success with her clothing and accessories line House of Harlow 1960. She is certainly kept busy with both her personal and professional lives, but Nicole wouldn’t change it for the world, adding that her offspring make her laugh on a daily basis.
“Oh my God, they make me laugh every day,” Nicole said. “I’m always finding funny pictures and videos on my phone of them that they take.”
Nicole became a mother at the tender age of 26, starting her family when many of her friends weren’t even thinking about the prospect of parenthood. However, Nicole had two friends who became mothers before her, and looked to them for advice when it came to raising Harlow.
“I had two friends that were moms before me - I had kids very young,” she said. “It was really so refreshing to see two women that have such different taste and parenting styles maintain a friendship and not judge each other for the way that they bring up their kids.
“That’s something that’s always stuck with me because there’s not one way to raise children. There’s no one right way to be a mother. It depends on your house and lifestyle. The biggest lesson I’ve learned is not to judge!”
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