TaeTiSeo Vs. Jung So Min, Same Clothes, Different Look
By Staff Writer | July 13, 2012 04:25 PM EDT
As MCs of MBC "Show! Music Central," TaeTiSeo has been seeing wearing different unique styles every single week. They even wore lacy dresses that were all of the same design, but, different at these same time.
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Taeyeon wore a sky blue dress which gave her a feminine look, Tiffany wore pink giving off vibrant energy, and, Seohyun wore white, putting on a pure look. All three girls wore belts around their waists which made them look even thinner. They also accessorized in creative ways.
On Jung So Min's sitcom, "Standby," she's seen as a very bright and outgoing working student. To match her cute and lovely character, she's seen wearing feminine-styled clothes. It was most surprising for viewers when she was seen wearing the same styled dress as TaeTiSeo.
TaeTiSeo and Jung So Min's dresses were found to be designed by Roseblitt. The rounded collars and sleeves along with the lace detail are the defining points, making it an overall comfortable wear. Accessorizing with a decollate pearl necklace would make the overall look even more feminine.
Viewers commented, "I just noticed that TaeTiSeo wore the same thng," "How do they make it look so different?" and, "All four look pretty and stylish."
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