Watch Out Your Celebrities Who Wear the Same Thing Every Day
As usual, all of us likes to wear most of the times same thing for our comfort level or according to our comforts. We never think about that what other person think about us or said anything about our dressing sense or style. We only prefer to our choice level.
Just like our favorite celebrities likes to wear the same thing according to their comfort level in their daily life and many of them prefer the same thing to wear in any occasion, they never think that what people think or told about them. They never think about their status, they always prefer their choice. And I think it’s a good thing……. 🙂 🙂
So, here we are discussing all of our favorite celebrities who likes to wear same thing every day which are as follows:
1. Angelina Jolie
All of our favorite Ange has embraced a more capsule clothing collection in her daily life. When she was touring as a U.N.H.C.R. goodwill ambassador she usually sticks to black, white, navy, and grey, which is frequently spotted in her standard slim pants, ballerinas, and a loose blouse that makes her travel more easy & comfortable.
2. Steve Jobs
In the tech world everybody’s eye on the Steve Jobs, after all, he is the Apple founder who is famous for his revolutionary ideas as he was for his repetitive outfit, which always consisted of a black mock turtleneck, blue jeans and New Balance sneakers. Personally, I like his style in which way he dressed.
3. Mark Zuckerberg
Just like the Apple founder, Steve Jobs, the Facebook founder Mark Zuckerberg, also like to wear the same thing every day a grey t-shirt and occasionally he wore a black hoodie. You can’t believe that during a Q & A session at one of Facebook’s town hall meetings, he even addressed the strict selection, claiming, “I really want to clear my life to make it so that I have to make as few decisions as possible about anything except how to best serve the community.”
A very famous name in the fashion world Karl Lagerfeld probably may run one of the most illustrious fashion houses in the world, but that doesn’t mean he has to change his own outfits according to the situations or occasions. In fact, he often wears the same thing everyday black pantsuits, white shirts, and ties but for an individual touch, he adds a slightly different accessory, like gloves or necklaces.
Interstellar director Christopher Nolan is always choosing to wear a sharp black blazer to make his appearance. While he told DGA, “I went to a boarding school where we had to wear a uniform, and I got used to using all the pockets in my jacket.”
“It’s just what I’m comfortable in. I don’t like to think about what to wear, so I just wear the same thing every day. When I first started shooting with a crew on Memento I remember trying to pick up a sandbag and everyone was shouting at me that I wasn’t allowed to do that because there were specific people for that job. As much as I’d like to be able to get my hands dirty, I don’t usually get to do so. So I dress the way I would for a day at the office. It’s just easier that way.”
Simon Cowell’s is filled with two lowly outfits: his casual tee-shirt and jeans combo, or else his slightly more formal black pantsuit and white shirt, of course, unbuttoned.
The founder of People’s Revolution and high-flying power woman Kelly Cutrone is famous for her image-conscious attitude of the fashion industry in which she works and she always preferring to wear all-black every day. She told ABCNews.com, “I wear all black because I don’t like to dress up and I don’t like makeup. I’m not going to get my teeth capped or get hair extensions. I’m not going to have 11 surgeries like Heidi Montag. I’m just not.”
Just like Karl Lagerfeld, Michael Kors’ status is that he is one of the world’s famous fashion designers but it doesn’t mean he is always set an example of fashion & style by his clothing to anyone. In fact, once he told Seattle Times, “I wear the same thing every day. I always pack two black jackets, loads of black T-shirts, loads of white jeans. I feel a little fresh and glamorous and graphic.”