Why is a small, petite teenager with dark hair wearing an oversized pink blouse?

A tiny, petit teen with dark, curly hair in a pink blazer, with the words “Latex” on the front, sat at a table in a clothing store, waiting for a customer to pick up the pair of clothes she wanted.

At first glance, it was just a regular pair of pants and a top, but it wasn’t.

A small black purse had been attached to the top of the skirt, and the back had been covered in white lace.

There were earrings, a necklace, a pair of pink panties, and two pairs of pink shoes.

The outfit, she said, looked like something out of an old film.

“It’s the kind of thing I’ve always wanted, but I never thought it would be like this,” said the 18-year-old, whose real name is Zohar.

“I wanted something cute, but not too cute, something like this.”

Zohar was a high school senior in the eastern Israeli town of Kfar Likia when she started dressing like a teenager.

She had an affinity for cute, feminine fashion, but had always wanted to make her own clothes.

The outfit she had in front of her was a bit too long, too tight.

“I wanted to be able to wear a skirt that could fit me,” she said.

“But I also wanted something that would be more feminine, something that wouldn’t look too cute.

I wanted something sexy.”

For Zohr, fashion meant getting into a habit.

“When I was in middle school, I was wearing jeans and T-shirts, and I wasn’t really into girls clothes,” she recalled.

“So I decided I wanted to dress like a girl, and that’s when I started to look at fashion.

So I bought a pair [of pink] panties, I bought two pairs [of pants] and a jacket, and all that.”

Zomie, an 18-month-old toddler, has similar feelings.

“The first time I saw this outfit, I thought it was too much,” she laughed.

“And then I realized I can’t wear it because I’m not a girl.”

Zorana, a 13-year old from the town of Beit El, said she’s been dressing as a girl for as long as she can remember.

“Nowadays, I don’t want to wear anything that’s too much, too short,” she explained.

She said she wears high heels for the most part and likes to get in shape by doing exercise and doing sports.”

Zoranna said she likes to wear dresses and skirts that are longer than the average girl’s size.

She said she wears high heels for the most part and likes to get in shape by doing exercise and doing sports.

“For me, I think it’s more about being able to express myself, but also being able, for me, to wear something that is appropriate for me. “

This is a beautiful thing,” she told The Jerusalem Times.

“For me, I think it’s more about being able to express myself, but also being able, for me, to wear something that is appropriate for me.

I think this is a good way for me to express my individuality.

It’s my style, I like it, and it’s the best choice for me.”

For many girls, dressing as young as 13 is the most important part of fashion.

According to the American fashion magazine Glamour, girls make up nearly 40 percent of fashion designers, designers, and fashion stylists in the U.S. and more than 70 percent of the total number of women designers in the industry.

While most of the young women wear the same kind of clothes as their parents, they often do so for a variety of reasons, from wearing pink for Halloween to wearing pink underwear.

In Israel, young women are often taught to be modest and to stay away from the kind and kind of high-fashion look favored by older men.

But many girls say that, while wearing a dress can be a positive step toward dressing more femininely, it can also be a way to be teased or ridiculed.

“When a girl wants to wear clothes that look cute, she must be able [to] do so in an appropriate way, without being embarrassed,” said Avi Harel, director of the fashion department at the Israeli fashion school Ghent.

“She has to be smart about her clothes, but still look attractive.”

While the dress Zorana and Zorane wore seemed to be appropriate, the decision to dress as a teen has led to some debate among the girls who wear the outfits.

“If it’s really a girl’s dress, then I’m a girl,” said Z