From the bikini top and chaps she wore in the "Dirrty" music video to her signature low-rise jeans, Christina Aguilera has worn plenty of iconic outfits over the span of her career.
While chatting with PEOPLE, the crooner revealed she "might" save some of the pieces for her daughter, Summer Rain, but she predicted that the 6-year-old may not actually want the threads!
"She's a very interesting one. She goes through all the gamut, but she is not the type of girl that likes a fuss," the Moulin Rogue! star explained. "She toys with the idea of painting her nails or dyeing her hair even, and then she's like, 'Nope, I don't want to sit through it.'"
"She's just no fuss, you know? She just doesn't want to be uncomfortable," Aguilera said. "She likes to keep it cozy, and some of my wardrobe from the past years is not cozy. It's just for show!"
Aside from her and fiancé Matt Rutler's daughter, the blonde babe is also mom to son Max, 13, whom she shares with ex Jordan Bratman.
This summer, the singer hopes to take a road trip or two with her family, as quality time together is what's most important to her. In fact, she's opted to forgo concert tours in the past just so she could be home.
"I think of my kids first, always. I made the decision for quite some time not to tour for a while because I thought it was the best thing to make a more stable, routine life for my children," she explained to Haute Living. "Even when I took the spot on [The Voice], it wasn’t really something I wanted to pursue; I just decided, ‘It keeps me in L.A. and in a place where I can focus on my kids.’"
From 2009 to 2017, the "I Turn To You" songstress stayed put in one place, but once she got antsy, she returned with 2018's The Liberation Tour.
"Everything I’ve pretty much decided to do has been influenced by [my kids], but at the same time, I need to make sure that I don’t lose myself and that I always stay grounded in what’s important for me," she reasoned. "Because that’s part of the example I want to impose on them: to follow your heart and not lose yourself when life changes."