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IN Celebrities ON 16 Apr, 2016
Unconsciously, most of us humans follow the trends and ideas imposed or showcased by the so-called 'celebrities' in our society. There is this mindset that make some to believe that celebrities have more credibility to walk the talk, or to embody what they wear. Apparently, as social 'symbols', they express their own preferences--which depend on the ever-changing society, its circumstances and the demands people and other driving forces are pushing forth.
Celebrities must pick the best things which appear appropriate to their image, their ideas as well as their morals. But on top of these priority preferences, celebrities have their list of what-simply-should-we-not-wear-for-reasons. Upon checking out on the list, I had to check twice and validate these claims. After that, I was really convinced. The list must be legitimate.
Caps are just more fashionable, and they don't want dry hair.
It is so unflattering to appear to have short-fat legs in this industry.
Whilst a pair can be a comfy go-to on a lazy morning stroll at Starbucks, the embarrassment of a falling shoe is non-excusable.
It's baggy, doesn't flaunt the curves and just offensive to animals 'coz well, some of them endorse PETA.
Only the infamous Cara DeLevigne is proud to be a human pizza. Well, at least she's still gorgeous.
Let's just leave it to Nicki and Katy.
A hot damn boring cloak is for stock brokers.
It's just so casual-looking... for a star, don't you think so?
No kitten heels suit a red-carpet dress for Oscars' night.
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