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Should Motherhood Change Your Style?

Fergie 2012/12/24 18:47:43
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In a recent interview Nicole Richie revealed that she didn't let being a mother (of two) change her style in any way. The fashionista explained, "I wear all the same [types of] things that I wore [before motherhood]. I'll always stay true to me."

After years of dressing notoriously trashy (during The Simple Life with Paris Hilton) Richie cleaned up her look and became known for her elegant boho attire. Maybe in this case she already dressed "mom appropriate" before becoming a mother, but what do you think SodaHeads? Should motherhood change your style?


PEREZITOS.COM reports:
Nicole Richie says her style hasn't changed because of motherhood.


perezitos reports nicole richie style changed motherhood

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  • danielria 2014/04/05 14:01:13
    Yes
    danielria
    No kid wants to have a mom dressing like a hoochie!! lol
  • stevie.luplow 2013/01/07 16:18:08
    Yes
    stevie.luplow
    Don't dress trashy if you're a mom...but whatever...I've never dressed too trashy anyway
  • Mrs. Kathy Arch 2013/01/03 05:01:11
    Yes
    Mrs. Kathy Arch
    Yes it should, especially if that dress were my "style" before kids...
  • Miss Ellen 2013/01/02 01:07:57
    Yes
    Miss Ellen
    It made me want to dress a little more classy and modest...maybe it should change her style tho that dress looks like sh*t!
  • ll 2013/01/01 21:20:44
    Yes
    ll
    yea..its more mature...you can still look hot with matured clothes.
  • Alexis Lynn 2012/12/31 21:08:24
    No
    Alexis Lynn
    +2
    It should only change your style if you dressed inappropriately before, but if that is so, your style should change whether or not you become a mother
  • Dave 007 2012/12/30 13:07:47
    Yes
    Dave 007
    It should, but once a Ho....always a Ho.
  • Roxxi 2012/12/30 07:11:01
    No
    Roxxi
    Well, it depends how you dressed before. If you dressed appropriatly for your age before then why should your style change? You obviously can't walk around looking like a hooker, but I don't see too many grown women looking like that.
  • upsevendown 2012/12/29 16:22:43
    No
    upsevendown
    No, motherhood should not change your style, but it does. I used to wear very expensive designer wear. My mother saw me one day tell my baby daughter who wanted to hug and kiss me put my hand up to her to tell her no. My mother was aghast and told me that her wanting to hug and kiss me will not last long if I continued putting my hand up to her. So, I changed to a more mother appropriate style to receive all of the hugs and kisses as possible. Style was not worth my daughter's love and affection. I still looked nice and put together just in a totally different way. Thanks, Mom!
  • Meimoe★ 2012/12/29 09:52:49
    No
    Meimoe★
    sure, you need to take responsibility in life when your a mother, but it doesn't mean you have to change who you are. You can stop wild partying, but you don't HAVE to change the whole look, just stop wearing extremely high heels and short skirts, that will be an improvement.
  • musiclover92 2012/12/29 02:09:26
    Yes
    musiclover92
    if u dress like a whore/slut, then yes, it should change your style
  • Flowerangel71 2012/12/28 16:49:27
    No
    Flowerangel71
    It should not change your style completely. You do need to be comfortable and conservative though.
  • dSavanna 2012/12/28 06:19:50
    Yes
    dSavanna
    +1
    But not hugely so. Just remember, you're a MOTHER now.
  • Tennessee3501 2012/12/28 05:27:32
    No
    Tennessee3501
    I am a guy! LOL !
  • macy 2012/12/28 03:43:46
    No
    macy
    Unless your previous style was particularly vulgar, then absolutely not! In America today, mothers aren't given the same consideration that every human being should be given. You can see that in some of the comments below.
  • laydeelapis 2012/12/27 23:19:16
    No
    laydeelapis
    Why should it?
  • Maloulou 2012/12/27 17:45:23
    Yes
    Maloulou
    they changed a bit
    celebrities before and after motherhood
  • Matt P. 2012/12/27 15:30:08
    Yes
    Matt P.
    +1
    For daughters, you're teaching them that looks and sex are the most important things in life.
    For sons, you're teaching them that normal women should dress like that and therefore be thought of as sex objects.
    You're SEXUALIZING both of them way too early.
  • Todd Parsons 2012/12/27 14:47:39
    Yes
    Todd Parsons
    If you are a slut....yes...you need to teach your kids right!
  • MARIDOTS 2012/12/27 08:44:04
    Yes
    MARIDOTS
    If being a mother doesn't change your lifestyle you don't need to keep the kid.. give it to someone who is not so selfish that they're willing to take it and raise it with honor and respect, as children should be raised. Crack heads shouldn't have their babies to raise, so if mom isn't willing to alter parts of her life, she doesn't need kids. changes
  • Miranda 2012/12/27 08:10:27
    No
    Miranda
    As long as you dress appropriatly for publc, you should't change who you are. I wear the same clothes I always have since I had my daughter. Then again I don't dress like a ho.
  • Nuke 2012/12/27 04:15:23
    No
    Nuke
    Unless you're a total slut... Then yes.
  • CodybreanneCallison 2012/12/27 02:03:32
    Yes
    CodybreanneCallison
    +2
    if you dress like a whore......
  • El Prez 2012/12/27 01:16:14
    No
    El Prez
    +1
    You want to continue to be a club hopping, coke whore, so be it. Child services will soon become involved.
  • AM 2012/12/27 00:20:17
  • Mel the Witch POTL PWCM~JLA 2012/12/26 23:53:24
    Yes
    Mel the Witch POTL PWCM~JLA
    +1
    But for the better,,,,
  • Miss Kris the Centrist 2012/12/26 23:50:03
    No
    Miss Kris the Centrist
    +1
    Only if your style doesn't work with being a mother, I suppose. Otherwise I don't see why it should. I just got maternity clothes that are basically the same style as what I wore before I was pregnant.
  • Chrissi 2012/12/26 23:20:22
    Yes
    Chrissi
    +1
    And no. You can't help it but change a bit. Not so much that you lose your identity.
  • Cat 2012/12/26 23:17:11
    Yes
    Cat
    +1
    Of course, now the children must be your primary consideration.
  • nicesteve 2012/12/26 21:36:47
    Yes
    nicesteve
    +2
    It almost always will, to an extent. While she might be able to keep her
    short shorts and bikinis around for several more years, she'll have to
    throttle back on the party lifestyle for sure. That includes no more wild
    nights with naughty Paris Hilton.
  • TheBadOne 2012/12/26 20:25:57
    No
    TheBadOne
    I don't think so, not unless you were showing off butt-cleavage and underboob before you had kids. That might be traumatic on the kids to a degree.
  • fish 2012/12/26 19:56:29
    Yes
    fish
    You don't want your teenage son accidentally finding a boobie picture of you when he is googling porn in his room. Wait-maybe you do-he'll be scarred for life! Go ahead, share those titty photos!
  • Carmen 2012/12/26 17:20:58
    No
    Carmen
    It doesn't have to, wear what you love AND look good in.
  • Andre 2012/12/26 17:10:28
    Yes
    Andre
    +1
    Yes, naturally, you have other responsabilities and other and more things to do. Parenting is a 24hr/7day a week job and cannot be delegated. Your style should become more responsible, mature as you are supposed to be
  • zarah 2012/12/26 17:01:48
    Yes
    zarah
    +1
    Especially when your kid gets older and has friends coming over. Moms who dress like there still hott and young embarrass kids. Your no longer hott. You had a kid. It's time to grow up.
  • Mytstar ~PWCM~JLA 2012/12/26 16:50:01
    Yes
    Mytstar ~PWCM~JLA
    +3
    It does weather you think it will or not
  • Motley 2012/12/26 16:47:51
    Yes
    Motley
    +4
    when you become a parent its time for you to mature and class up
  • eli 2012/12/26 16:29:02
    No
    eli
    +2
    Having said that, it all depends...If you used to dress in a trashy way, then by all means, you need to change your style! After all, you are a role model and a mother...But if you just have a trendy style and like to be fashionable, you must not change your way at all! You can be a mother and still dazzle and shine with the way you dress!
  • LWS 2012/12/26 16:25:57
    Yes
    LWS
    You are now a mother and need to play the part. To many mothers out there want to have there cake and eat it too.
  • Derbyhat 2012/12/26 16:23:02
    Yes
    Derbyhat
    Nicole is an airhead for telling such a lie that will influence and encourage other airheads like Casey Anthony that didn't even allow the death (coverup of murder) of her daughter to party as if she had no children at all. There are far too many who emulate the hollywood trends with every step. I realize that she may be addressing her clothing, but airheads don't understand the difference.

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