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Aok Sokunkanha's style

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During  almost every Aok Sokunkanha concert, her fans cheer up. The clothes Kanha often wears are teenage styles, long dresses or Khmer traditional garb.

But the way Kanha dresses on a normal day is very different.

“The clothes I love most are very simple. Depending on my mood and the situation, I usually wear jeans, a T-shirt, a watch, a necklace and shoes or flip-flops,” she says.

When Kanha travels, she loves to wear sports clothes with pants, shoes and a T-shirt that is not too tight.

Sometimes, she wears an-other long-sleeved shirt and a cap.   

Kanha often wears colourful dresses with a big hat when she goes to the beach.

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