Fairy wings, feather boas, and mismatched shoes, bold style moves like these aren't made every day. They were made today, however. On April 29, parents in the UK allowed their children to pick their outfits to raise money for Oxfam, an organization working to end poverty. And the results were certainly eccentric.
From tutus to unicorn headbands, from funky socks to funky leggings, parents across the country donned clothing of their children's choice and a big white badge to—well—explain the situation and encourage donations. Some of our favorite #DressedByTheKids outfits are as follows.
We're seeing some very interesting choices in this lineup! Who knows, maybe we'll being seeing some of these kids' work on the runway in a few years.... or maybe not.