KARA Airport Fashion, Naked Face + Natural Looks
By Staff Writer | July 21, 2013 05:41 PM EDT
Girl group KARA appeared at the Kimpo Airport yesterday to fly into Japan, catching much attention.
The members of KARA appeared in naked faces and natural styles at the airport to leave for the activities in Japan. More than decorating themselves as fancy celebrities, they portrayed comfortable outfits with shirts and shorts.
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Nicole wore a boxy jean shirt that was long enough to cover her shorts, showing a 'disappearing-pants' fashion. She added onto this outfit with brown flats and bag.
Han Seungyeon wore a knit overall for a more feminine look. She also wore shorts that were too short to be seen along with a bright pink bag.
Kang Jiyoung went for the lovely look with a checkered dress and a small simple bag. The boxy but short dress added a cute look to the youngest member of the team.
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