On April 9, Jaden Smith was pictured wearing a dress. The look isn’t totally out of the ordinary for the teen, but that doesn’t mean everyone’s a fan of it. As far as his parents, Will and Jada, are concerned, HollywoodLife.com has EXCLUSIVELY learned how they feel.
Unless you’re living under a rock, you’re likely very aware that everyone on social media today, April 10, seems to be talking about Jaden Smith wearing a dress. Will Smith and Jada Pinkett Smith‘s 16-year-old son was pictured wearing the unusual outfit on April 9, and since then, people have been reacting online. But how do Jaden’s parents feel about his unconventional style? Find out here!
Jaden Smith In Girl Clothes — How Will Smith & Jade Pinkett Smith Feel About It
“Will and Jada have their own arguments about their kids and some of the choices they make, but they are both on board when it comes to Jaden’s fashion choices. They are so used to it by now that it doesn’t bother them at all. They like his choices and think he looks pretty cool,” a source tells HollywoodLife.com EXCLUSIVELY.
We have to agree with Will, 46, and Jada, 43. Jaden does look pretty cool. And even if you don’t think so, he should be free to make his own decisions, regarding his wardrobe. Kudos to Will and Jada for being excellent parents and supporting their kids in whatever choices they made!
Jaden Smith Wearing Dresses: Says He Shops For ‘Girl Clothes’
As HollywoodLife.com previously reported, Jaden recently admitted that he shops for “girl clothes.”
He posted a photo of himself on Instagram April 7, in which he’s seen modeling a white and black t-shirt dress from TopShop. “Went to TopShop to buy some Girl Clothes I Mean ‘Clothes,’” he captioned the photo.
And most recently, he was spotted in Calabasas, wearing denim shorts with a distressed black sweatshirt dress, underneath a white crocheted tank top.
Jaden has a pretty unconventional style, but we’re happy to hear that his parents fully support him.
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— Chris Rogers, Reporting by Russ Weakland