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Our ~Dream~ Wardrobe! See All the Times the Kardashian Kid Proved She’s Got Awesome Style

‘Fit for a kween! Dream Kardashian may only be turning four years old, but she’s already got more style than people ten times her age. From Moschino tracksuits and Adidas ensembles to fuzzy boots and cute swimsuits, it’s clear Rob Kardashian and Blac Chyna‘s tiny tot is the ultimate fashionista.

However, style isn’t the only thing little Dreamy loves. Her mama exclusively told Life & Style in July how much the little girl adores Disney movies and “singing along” to her favorite songs from the films. The toddler is already so tech savvy, she even acquires the tracks all on her own.

“Like any like little girl, I feel like with the Moanas and the Aladdins and things like that,” the rapper gushed over her little girl’s taste in music at the time. “She has her iPad, she downloads her music and soundtracks herself.”

When she’s not playing dress-up or dancing and singing to the latest Disney songs, the Kardashian-Jenner kid can be found spending time with her older brother, King Cairo Stevenson, whom Chyna shares with her ex, Tyga.

“They’re obsessed with each other,” the mother of two previously told Life & Style. “Especially Dream, anything that King does, Dream wants to do it. If it’s trucks, she wants trucks. If it’s music, she wants to know the songs. She really looks up to King, and he’s actually a really good brother.”

Aside from playtime, the famous kiddo has been enjoying preschool at home with Khloé Kardashian‘s daughter, True Thompson, Kim Kardashian‘s youngest children, Chicago and Psalm West, and Kylie Jenner‘s daughter, Stormi Webster. The adults decided to pursue group-learning from the safety of their homes amid the coronavirus pandemic.

Khloé responded to the critics who slammed the decision to homeschool the kids “too young” on October 1. “I know the kids are young,” the Good American founder wrote on her Instagram Stories. “They were so used to their group classes that they were taking before [the coronavirus pandemic] hit. So we wanted to give the girls a pre-preschool class. Bring a little normal back.”

Scroll through the gallery below to see photos of Dream’s seriously ~dreamy~ wardrobe.