Brangelina: Why Are You Dressing Little Vivienne Like A Boy Too? Plus Shiloh Gets A New Haircut!

Fri, April 16, 2010 7:54pm EDT by 64 Comments
PacificCoastNews.com, INFphoto.com, Ramey

PacificCoastNews.com, INFphoto.com, Ramey

Wow! What’s going on in the Brangelina household?

Do the big bros of the Jolie-Pitt clan — Maddox and Pax — really rule the roost so much that Shiloh and Vivienne just want to be two of the boys?

Or does Daddy Brad Pitt have the same effect on his daughters that he has on women around the world — they melt for him!  In this case, since Brad is dad, they just really want to be daddy’s girls. As in literally dressing like him. It was one thing to have Shiloh dressed like a boy, but now Brad and Angelina Jolie are doing the same thing to little Viv!

Vivienne’s in a motorcycle jacket just like many of dad’s, while Shiloh’s in yet another a blazer. AND BFF’s, check out Shiloh’s even SHORTER short hair cut.

What’s going on? Tell us what you think!

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Cathy

Posted at 5:02 PM on February 21, 2012  

I’m with you complety. Quit forcing your girls to be young lesbians. Angelina, your kids

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Taiwo

Posted at 11:47 PM on December 30, 2011  

Maybe dts wot d kids want.its their lyf.luv u brangelina.

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resti

Posted at 2:22 PM on June 4, 2010  

OMG
i know u have much
childs but why u must
haircut ur little girl like this
like a BOY oh come on angelina
u have beautiful daugther,,,,,,,,
she soooo like diffrent not like a girl
if she hair like this,,,,,

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Trisha

Posted at 3:49 AM on May 23, 2010  

I believe girls don’t have to be in frocks all the time and tomboyish is often cute…but the whole look is more like a kiddo version of a masculine lesbian-dressing(Ellen De Generes comes to mind).At that age,there is no sexual preference whatsoever…if that kid were my child i’d never be getting her confused abt her gender or sexual personality…it may be old-fashioned to do so…but i woulddn’t risk that..and no offence to any gays/lesbians/transgenedered people anywhere.

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julez

Posted at 4:47 AM on May 22, 2010  

It’s one thing to dress like a boy, but cut the hair like a boy too? That’s just too much. Girl still can have short hair without having looking like a boy.
Shiloh and Viv don’t have to look like little porcelain princess like Suri, but looking like little boy it’s just bad. They could still be tomboy but have some girly feel to it.

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MercuryBlue

Posted at 7:22 PM on April 26, 2010  

Some of you people are being so silly! Who says that girls have to wear frilly outfits and pink? I commend the Jolie-Pitts for letting their little girl express herself how she wishes. Obviously they do not have a problem letting their girls be feminine, or little Zahara would be dressed like a boy as well. As for Viv, the biker jacket is adorable and UNISEX! It’s not a ‘boys’ coat at all.

Dressing your kids in skulls and crossbones or biker gear is NOT a sign that you’re a bad person. My boys have worn Harley Davidson gear their entire lives. But, shocker, they’re well-adjusted, well-fed, happy, healthy children! Brad is a biker, hense the biker gear, duh! The Jolie-Pitts have donated millions upon millions of dollars to help make the world a better place. What have you done lately?

Think of the pressure put on the three biological children, who from before birth were hailed as being the children ‘of the two most beautiful people in the world’. The expectation is that these children, themselves, will be super-gloriously beautiful. Perhaps the Jolie-Pitts are trying to show their children what it’s like to be normal, less-than perfect people? That it’s okay not to be ‘beautiful’, what matters is what’s on the inside? A good lesson to teach, I think.

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Kay Basham

Posted at 6:19 PM on April 21, 2010  

Angelina, Just because you are a freaking weirdo doesn’t mean you should dress your girls like one. I think Brad should dump you and take all the kids with him. Are you trying to make your girls into lesbians or AC/DC like you are? Why don’t you drop your “help the poor foreign orphans” pose and try to be a better mother by feeding the ones you already have properly and dressing them properly. Why don’t you go away somewhere and just let Brad and his family raise these poor children???

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Lisa

Posted at 9:38 AM on April 21, 2010  

My sister always had a short haircut while I always had longer hair with bangs. My mom said it was because my sister had a round face and a short style was cute on her. ONE TIME I got my mother to agree to get me a “pixie cut” too, and it was TERRIBLE.

Lots of little girls (and boys) with longer hair hate the painful ritual of brushing and combing out knots. It probably makes everyone happier and mom and dad’s job easier to keep all the kids in short hair until they are old enough to groom it themselves.

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santo

Posted at 3:54 PM on April 20, 2010  

Who cares? Just because they’re kids of celebrities. I’m sorry I mean the biological kids of celebrities since if it was their adopted kids no one would really care how they look, they have to be dressed to the nines like Tom Cruise’s kid? They can dress them however they want!

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Josette

Posted at 10:03 AM on April 20, 2010  

They are what I call “Little Tom Boys”…When they get older they will dress like little girls/ladies when it is time..

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Francis

Posted at 9:20 AM on April 20, 2010  

I think people can dress their kids any way they want and it shouldnt be an issue. As long as the child(ren) is warm, clean and healthy, what does it matter what they wear?

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Eddie

Posted at 8:16 AM on April 20, 2010  

With most Hollywood dads gallivanting around with everyone but their wives, it’s refreshing to see a dad that is actually into his kids. Men are almost non-existent in the lives of their daughters. Girls learn so much from their dads.
Despite being in the harsh eye of the media, these girls are definitely going to grow up with a strong sense of themselves.

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Emily

Posted at 6:47 AM on April 20, 2010  

I think they are raising their kids in a gender neutral environment. This is a new trend in parenting. Giving the child the option of both male and female clothes or toys discourages sexism, although it exists in the world, it’s still a start in the right direction.

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Andy

Posted at 2:42 AM on April 20, 2010  

The twins always look so tired with rings under their eyes and not a lot of lif/happiness in their faces. I think they need a nap, to have some time alone to just be without all the hooplah, perhaps.

It is probably easier to have the kids have short hair, but then there are nannies to help out, are there not! I think simple, tailored clothes could still be more feminine.

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Long Island

Posted at 10:30 AM on April 20, 2010  

Personally I think that Shiloh & Vivienne always look like ragamuffins while Maddox & Pax always look great. Why the big difference in appearance???

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Shane

Posted at 1:02 AM on April 20, 2010  

I meant pathological. Geez, it’s late, and so much for reading crap to fall asleep. Let’s pick on someone who deserves it, like Jesse James’ Frankenbitch mistress, whasshername… Mrs. McGoo. McGee?

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calledit

Posted at 10:48 PM on April 19, 2010  

I love it how their first excuse for the wicked with dressing Shiloh like a boy was that it was Shiloh who picked the outfits. I rolled my eyes. Sure. But then when I saw the infant girl being dressed like a boy too let me guess the 6 month old picks her clothes too. Too bad she can’t because she’s a baby who can’t talk. It’s clearly all Angelina’s doing. And Brad can’t stand up to her. Notice how she dresses Zahara in all the most beautiful dresses, and the pretty purses and silky scars and does her hair. Her hatred and jealousy for her biological daughters is insane. I’ve also noticed how Angelina aka wicked witch never cuts her own her, always keeps it long and highlighted, and wears the most feminine of outfits along with her gucci sunglasses. It speaks volumes. I feel pity for her kids. Brad needs to grow a set. All little girls deserve a childhood without a psychotic bipolar mother.

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Shane

Posted at 12:59 AM on April 20, 2010  

Bipolar does not mean psychotic. Bipolar is a mood disorder, i.e., manic/depressed. What you are describing is a personality disorder, or combination thereof: perhaps borderline, narcissistic, and/or anti-social (lacking empathy). Abraham Lincoln was bipolar, as were many great and beloved artists, so please research your facts.
Shiloh appears to strut the masculine stuff. Let her do her thing. I doubt Angelina has time to dress her, much less be pathalogical about what she does or doesn’t wear. The French often feel short haircuts are chic, and Viv’s hair is the average length for her age. In time, it will grow IF she wants it long. My question is: why do you pick on children?

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Long Island

Posted at 10:32 AM on April 20, 2010  

Not the children, the parents.

 
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sema4dogz

Posted at 4:41 AM on April 20, 2010  

calledit, what a ridiculous rant . You know nothing at all about AJ’s feelings for her daughters , adopted or natural. And your strange aversion to plain/easy living clothing for girls as opposed to the hideous, tacky, sexualised crap that passes for little girls wear says more about you than AJ and BP. They, my dear, appear normalcy personified compared to your hysterical posturing.

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Sahara

Posted at 6:00 PM on April 20, 2010  

Totally agree with you!!!!! Back when they released to the world the pic of Shiloh as a newborn; Ange had Shiloh in a blue jumpsuit with skullbones! Apalling. Ange’s inner demons are being slapped onto her bioligical children! I am surprised she hasn’t dyed the girl’s natural blonde hair as yet to be delisiously NOT goth as her own inner self!

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MercuryBlue

Posted at 7:21 PM on April 26, 2010  

Some of you people are being so silly! Who says that girls have to wear frilly outfits and pink? I commend the Jolie-Pitts for letting their little girl express herself how she wishes. Obviously they do not have a problem letting their girls be feminine, or little Zahara would be dressed like a boy as well. As for Viv, the biker jacket is adorable and UNISEX! It’s not a ‘boys’ coat at all.

Dressing your kids in skulls and crossbones or biker gear is NOT a sign that you’re a bad person. My boys have worn Harley Davidson gear their entire lives. But, shocker, they’re well-adjusted, well-fed, happy, healthy children! Brad is a biker, hense the biker gear, duh! The Jolie-Pitts have donated millions upon millions of dollars to help make the world a better place. What have you done lately?

Think of the pressure put on the three biological children, who from before birth were hailed as being the children ‘of the two most beautiful people in the world’. The expectation is that these children, themselves, will be super-gloriously beautiful. Perhaps the Jolie-Pitts are trying to show their children what it’s like to be normal, less-than perfect people? That it’s okay not to be ‘beautiful’, what matters is what’s on the inside? A good lesson to teach, I think.

 
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