Teenagers are impressionable. They sometimes don't separate show business from reality.
Shelbe Stroh is a freshman in high school. She is at an age where style is everything.
“I have seen a lot of girls seen a lot of like wedges to school, and my mom doesn’t necessarily think that that is appropriate for my age," said Shelbe Stroh, 14.
Finding a balance between what's in and what's age appropriate is a challenge in almost every teen girl's home. Micayla Eggert know the ups and downs too.
“Well shorts, they are really hard because they are making them shorter and shorter. And usually some tops that are short. I have one short top, but I usually wear a jacket so you can’t see everything," said Micayla.
A common complaint among mothers, clothes that make their young teens of 14, 15 look like they are actually 21, 22 or even 25. But mothers said the biggest solution is communication.
“A lot of times girls want to follow the crowd, and see what’s in magazines, and see what the girls in Hollywood wear, and we know that’s not exactly something you want to see your daughter walking down the street in," said Heather Stroh, mother.
So continual talks about appearance go on in both the Stroh and Eggert households.
“I think it is important, because you have to communicate and you have to teach your child what is appropriate to wear in different situations," said Krysti Eggert, mother.
Both Shelbe and Micayla said they do go to their mothers for clothing advice.
“She’s my rock, if I didn’t have her I don’t what I would do, so she gives me all the advice I need," said Shelbe.