This photographic series illuminates my relationship with my mother, younger siblings and our familial dynamic during my childhood. I photographed my family in front of my mother’s childhood home, a significant space that feels like the only tangible part of my childhood left in the world. My sisters and I share a connection when it comes to our clothing, whether that be sharing them or helping style our makeup and outfits, we’re there for each other. Although growing up, it was not always so fun. I despised the fact that I had to share everything I owned as well my younger sisters becoming tired of hand-me-downs. No matter our financial situation, my mom always made it a point to make us appear presentable with various hairstyles, matching outfits, and name brand clothing. This concept of style and what you wear being an outlet to express individuality stuck with us until adulthood.