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Madonna wants daughter to dress conservatively

She often grabs attention with her risque outfits but Madonna wants her 13-year-old to dress conservatively.

Written by ANI | London |
March 31, 2010 12:05:39 pm

She often grabs attention with her risque outfits but ‘Queen of Pop’ Madonna wants her 13-year-old to dress more conservatively.

The 51-year-old singer says that her teenage daughter Lourdes’ fashion choices don’t always please her but she’d never interfere with the teenager’s wardrobe.

Madonna,who has been known for her own controversial outfits,finds the situation with her daughter ironical,Contactmusic reported.

“If anything,I wish she’d dress more conservatively. How’s that for irony?”

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The ‘Frozen’ singer says that her daughter draws inspiration from a lot of things and even advises her designer friends.

“She is inspired by kids she sees in hip-hop and ballet classes,European influences,bands she listens to. You could say it’s in the DNA – but I could never tell her how to dress! She also comes to my photo and video shoots,pulls outfits together and gives her input to a lot of my fashion designer friends. Whether it’s Marc Jacobs or Stella McCartney,they always ask her what she thinks,” the singer said.

Madonna has collaborated with Lourdes,on a new fashion line for children called Material Girl. She reveals that her daughter has a real flair for designing.

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