I guess some one has to set the example for the kids that you can't dress like that forever. If we all kept dressing the way we used to into adulthood, to fit a subculture of our liking or what we wanted to be when we were small, I'd be dressing like a ballerina, which I would not mind but, others I think would disagree with my choice. It just brings a whole set of problems in everyday life. When you go to a job interview and their like "what's with the tutu?" and you go to a nice restaurant and they are hesitant to serve you. These are interactions can be cumbersome and if you can prevent them you can save your self a lot of time.