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The Twice Members Become Retro Schoolgirls In Ceci

By Elsa B. | December 14, 2015 12:06 PM EST

JYP Entertainment rookie girl group Twice was featured in the December issue of Ceci.

The girls fell for the retro craze in fashion while following a "Back To School" theme. They modeled velvety blazers, oversized cardigans, plaid button-up shirts and short skirts to complete unique schoolgirl looks. Most of their combinations were created with pieces from Kye's 2015 Fall/Winter collection, which included studded happy face coats and the too-long sleeves trend.


Meanwhile, all of their shoes were from the Reebok Inferno unisex sneaker collection. The sneakers are considered a "90s learning model" and have several versions with the colors black, gray and white. Fellow JYP label mate Yubin is the face the line, along with Unpretty Rapstar 2 contestant Heize.

According to the magazine, "The key element of the pictorial was the classic design of the Reebok Inferno high performance sneakers, which show a unique heritage. The new shoes have comfortable cushioning and great functionality. In particular, the simple and modern design aims to become part of the 'daily look' that can go with a variety of styles for mingling anywhere."

In related fashion news, Twice recently promoted Red CETTU accessories in the November issue of The Star.

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Tagged :  Twice, ceci, JYP Entertainment

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