AN ECCENTRIC mum has hit back at haters who say her school run outfits are inappropriate.
Charlie Hayes, 22, from Cheriton, Folkestone, insists there's nothing wrong with her clothes and they definitely don't make her a bad mum, no matter what other parents might have to say.
The mum-of-one often shares pictures and videos of her looks on her TikTok account as she takes her four-year-old son Jasper to school.
Although most mum's might prefer to wear something quick and easy for the early morning start, Charlie loves taking time to create unique and colourful outfits.
After sharing one of her many unique looks one parent jabbed: "Is it normal to flash your a*** at other parents and kids?"
And other people are quick tell the young mum her skirts are "too short for the school run."
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But Charlie says her looks make no difference to her parenting skills.
"People think I'm a bad mum because I don't fit the mould of a typical mum.
"But the more people tell me to tone it down the more I go against it.
"I like winding people up with the way I look," she told Kent Online.
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And although the mum says the comments about her fashion and looks are often "vile" she also loves startling people with her fashion and tattoos.
She explained in one TikTok video: "I love the pure shock on people’s faces when I tell them I’m a mum.
"Patriarchal society is so used to seeing women lose themselves to motherhood that it’s shocking that someone could be a parent and have a personality.”
Charlie's son Jasper has also faced nasty comments from trolls online, even though he's not old enough to have his own accounts.
The tot has long blonde hair and picks his own outfits when he's not in his school uniform.
"I’ve been accused of abuse, neglect, attention seeking and pushing him to be gay and trans," Charlie confessed.
"People seriously are insane. He’s just a boy with long hair."
Most of the hate she receives is online and the parents and teachers at Jasper's school have "no prejudice" against her because of how she dresses.
Trolls on TikTok have compared Charlie's school run looks to adult entertainers, one hater even asked: "Where's the school? The red light district?"
But the mum also gets praise for her quirky looks.
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"If I ever am a mom I’m gonna be like her," one person gushed in the comment section of her videos.
And someone else wrote: "That little dude’s gonna grow up with so much respect for people and be a genuinely sound guy.”
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