Like father, like son. I remember when we were kids, my brother always asked to buy the same shirt like my dad’s. Time flies and my brother got for his son the same shirt as his.
Fathers are usually their sons’ role models. My nephew, like any other kid, is copying his father’s every move, especially in style. He is only three years old and already chooses his own outfits and has his own opinion on which colors should or shouldn’t be mixed and matched in men’s outfits.
It is very important to guide our children knowing they learn from our own actions and behaviors. Yet, we shouldn’t encourage them to imitate us. Rather, to give them the space to build their own personality and unique identity; to allow them to make their own decisions and take responsibility for them; to let them pursue their goals and live the life they dream of. We’ll be looking after them, supporting them every step of the way.
With collaboration with Soli Brands shop, young Hasan and his father, Ali, chose few outfits and had a photo shoot before the holidays.
Photos by Khalid Awni