A Grown-Up Look At Why Millennials Are Dressing Like Children

This article by Georgia Murray, Charlotte O'Shea, Meg O'Donnell originally appeared in Refinery29

“Women are becoming freer to dress and act how they want, and not how men want them to,” Batsheva Hay, one of the key designers leading this aesthetic, explains. “We are embracing our inner child to feel more like ourselves, rather than a sex symbol.”

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