An eight-year-old schoolgirl has combined her love of history and fashion by dressing as a different historical figure each day.
Each morning Stella Ehrhart opens her book 100 Most Important Women Of The 20th Century and choses her inspiration.
Scroll down for a gallery of Stella's costumes
Stella's mother, Stephanie Anderson told Huffington Post UK: "She goes into her closet and just picks out what she wants each day. She repeats a lot of the garments but never goes as the same character twice.
"All her friends think it's cool and they started to emulate her at the beginning but they just couldn't keep up with her."
Stella is two months into the third grade and she's been dressing up every single day since the second day of second grade, clocking up an astonishing 160 outfits.
Stephanie, a teacher, adds: "I never put pressure on her to dress up, it's always her choice."
Stella's teachers embrace her project, with Shannon Roeder telling Omaha.com she turns Stella's less-obvious outfits into mini history lessons.
She said: "We'd have to get on the computer and figure out who she was."
Stella as Helen Keller
Stella as Billie Holiday
Stella as Jane Goodall
Stella as Joan Baez
Stella as Aung San Suu Kyi
Stella as Harriet Tubman
Stella as Georgia O' Keefe
Stella as her aunt Pam (a police officer)
Stella as Emily Dickinson
Stella as Hermione Granger