North West Styles Lil’ Sister Chicago In Remixed TikTok Trend
North West recently hopped on a viral trend that involves parents being styled to look like their children, except she opted to dress up her younger sister instead!
Chicago Shows Off Outfit Styled By North West
North took to TikTok on Wednesday to share her upload, which was captioned, “Turning my sister to me.”
The TikTok opens by showing Chicago donning a Batgirl costume—featuring a mask, cape, and tutu—before briefly disappearing. She then emerges wearing her North-inspired lewk, which is comprised of a Lurking Class graphic tee along with sunglasses, shorts, slides, and a cross-body bag.
The video, which is accompanied by the audio to “I Wish” by Skee-Lo, ends with Chicago cutting’ up in her new outfit.
Turning my sister to me
The Sisters Channeled TikTok’s ‘Turning My Mom Into Me’ Trend
North’s upload served as a revamped version of an ongoing TikTok trend that’s centered moms being dressed up in clothes that their children enjoy wearing. The trend just recently kicked off, and plenty of people are jumping on board. Check out some moms’ transformations down below.
She’s 60! @Dr. Wendy Walsh #greenscreen #turningmymomintome #trending #mom
Oh she killed it! My twin fr #turningmymomintome #momtok #twinmom #momsoftiktok #fyp #hotmom #trending
she definitely WON this trend 🤭 @nicolezrw
Twitter users also notably cheered the trend on, as they were glad to see so many women having fun and EATING in their new outfits.
shoutout all the moms doing this TikTok trend 🙏🙏 pic.twitter.com/ZkiXYtlwOS
— incognito tab #3 (@notcrypticno) December 22, 2022
I just wanna thank God and Goddess for this trend 😍😵 pic.twitter.com/eGGTKpxZZo
— 🌺 (@LaDiovanna) December 23, 2022
I saw this trend on TikTok about people turning their moms into them and I couldn’t resist… pic.twitter.com/PbZbRN8ij7
— Kalen Allen (@TheKalenAllen) December 28, 2022
This ‘turning my mom into me’ trend on tiktok is proof of how an outfit changes everything 😂
She’s 50 y’all lmao goals
Didn’t I say 55 is old, I take it back lol make that 65 lol pic.twitter.com/g6AlCmpY8p
— Nay Nay (@hellohellonay) December 22, 2022
The Trend Comes On The Heels Of A Parent-Centered Prank
While on the subject of social media content that involves people’s parents, another style of video recently took off online, though it was less wholesome than the “Turning my mom into me” trend.
Earlier this month, various users began sharing videos showing family members’ reactions to beloved celebrities erroneously being pronounced dead.
no im crhing so bad like these poor women pic.twitter.com/b964vDMYRG
— ً (@waitisovah) December 24, 2022
The conversation has also spawned some humorous memes and hypothetical scenarios.
Me when a child starts filming me and says SpongeBob DEAD AT 50 pic.twitter.com/K3mEA823uj
— Patty LaCerva 💌𓆦 (@minasdemon) December 29, 2022
Lois Griffin DEAD AT 43 pic.twitter.com/uhmTyeKrTl
— Patty LaCerva 💌𓆦 (@minasdemon) December 25, 2022
me in 2045 when my child pranks me that Ice Spice is dead: pic.twitter.com/uJJGgSdcub
— Patty LaCerva 💌𓆦 (@minasdemon) December 30, 2022
me when my little tiktoker cousin starts filming me w their phone and yells SCOOBY-DOO DEAD AT 7 pic.twitter.com/TXL0HtKYDE
— blue (@noctblues) December 28, 2022
Are you going to follow North and Chicago’s lead and try out the trend for yourself? Additionally, what are your thoughts on the “Turning my mom into me” videos going around?
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