Christina Milian got schooled on what it meant to be a VSCO girl during a recent DIY session with her daughter, Violet Nash. The celebrity mom let her 10-year-old dress her for the on-camera experience. Christina was sure to ask Violet to explain what it meant to be a VSCO girl before the two began their arts and crafts session.
“VSCO girls all wear seashell necklaces, and they wear scrunchies, and they have hydro-flasks,” Violet shared. “And they say, ‘And I Oop,'” the youngster said. Both Violet and Christina revealed that VSCO girls have a special passion for saving the turtles. Girls who classify themselves as part of this social trend also drink from metal straws to save the planet.
“When I was your age, Violet, a VSCO girl was a Valley girl,” Christina Milian told her daughter. “Girls wore plaid skirts, and they all walked around and said, ‘Whatever’ and ‘Loser.’ So that was our thing back in the day. It was very 90s.”
Violet gave her mom a look of surprise at the notion of Christina bringing up something from nearly 30 years ago. “You don’t know about that time,” Milian admitted to her daughter. “You came way after that,” she added. “But that was my version of the VSCO girl,” Christina concluded.
The VSCO girls trend is causing many Millennials to feel dated. Most individuals in their 20s and 30s can only relate to the VSCO trend through their kids who readily advise their parents to invest in a starter pack, which includes seashell necklaces and apparel that fits the movement.
Christina’s always getting schooled on all things trendy by her 10-year-old daughter, Violet. Today’s lesson is all about VSCO girls, their fabulous jewelry, and how to make your own! Get ready to see #WhatHappensatHome with Christina Milian!
Posted by Kin on Monday, May 18, 2020
Violet Nash is definitely working overtime to ensure that her mom is VSCO-approved. Stay tuned for more celebrity mom news!
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