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Shiloh Jolie-Pitt Spotted Wearing Boys Swim Trunks!

She’s been dressing in boyish attire for quite some time now, and even has a super-short haircut, and now little Shiloh Jolie-Pitt has taken the boy look to a whole new level.  Us Magazine has obtained an exclusive photo of the little girl wearing boys swim trunks!

If she wasn’t a celebrity kid that is highly recognizable, then she could easily be mistaken for a little boy in this photo of she and her sister, Zahara, swimming.

Zahara is appropriately wearing a one-piece little girl’s bathing suit leaving us wondering what exactly the deal is with the whole male look that Shiloh’s got going on.

Angelina Jolie has said that Shiloh wants to be like her brothers, and that is why they chopped off her curly, blond locks and stopped putting her in dresses.

I’m all for letting your kids be who they are and have their own sense of style, but at 4-years old, when children are starting to understand the difference between boys and girls, isn’t there the possibility that dressing like a boy will really confuse Shiloh?

I’m beginning to think that her boyish appearance is mostly Angelina trying to make some sort of statement.  It just seems a tad bit overdone, don’t you think?

My son is also 4-years old and will pretty much wear whatever I put on him, but I can assure you that he’d question the heck out of my intentions if I tried to dress him in a skirt.

I’d love to hear your opinions on this one.  Do you think that Shiloh really wants to be a boy, or do you think that Angie just likes the added attention that goes along with outfitting her daughter in boys’ attire?

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