In her teens, Chloe is a girl who doesn’t fit into any traditional roles.
She likes to play with her toys and make friends with people who look like her.
But she’s also a tomboy.
And she’s often told she’s too small to be anything, and she doesn’t know how to do anything else.
She’s also an outcast, not a part of the girls’ club, and doesn’t see herself as part of that.
She thinks she’s not special because of the clothes she wears.
In this video, Chloe and her friends explore the idea of being tomboy, and what it means to be an outlander.
In the summer of 2015, Chloe had a dream: She wanted to wear a skirt for the first time.
She got her wish when she had a great fit with her new wardrobe.
In the process, Chloe started to learn the ins and outs of the closet.
And now she has her very own wardrobe, designed and curated by her mom.
It’s called Chloe’s wardrobe, and the first part is all about how Chloe dresses for herself.
That’s not just a skirt.
It’s a skirt made out of fabric from her closet.
Chloe also uses the same material for other pieces.
In her case, it’s from a vintage-inspired blouse and pants, a skirt from the back of a wardrobe and an accessory from a thrift store.
She’s always been a bit of a tomboysque girl, and now she’s getting her own wardrobe made with her own personal style.
But Chloe’s dream wasn’t to be the girl who’s in charge of her own clothing, but to be in control of her clothes.
She has a really great sense of style.
She loves to wear her own makeup, which is what makes her look different.
She also has a little bit of fashion sense.
She can be a bit fashion-conscious, but I love the idea that I can be something that’s totally cool.
I think it’s a good story, because it’s not about just me, but the fact that girls have the power and they can have a lot of influence on what the fashion world is like.
It doesn’t have to look like the next hot model.
It has to be like me, Chloe, the way I look, and it has to look something like me.
In our next episode, we’ll talk more about how her wardrobe comes together.