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My style: Oul Vannet

My style: Oul Vannet

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Oul Vannet, 22 years old, sophomore student at Phnom Penh International University

Wearing short jeans with a T-shirt is a simple style for me and some other girls as well,” Vannet says.

She likes to wear things that are simple and popular among young people, and often goes shopping with her friends for new clothes, shoes, bags and cosmetic products.

Although always keeping up with new styles, Vannet does not always throw away her old clothes.

Instead, she will sometimes get creative and change them a bit to make them look different. She will then combine them with her new clothes to create her own, unique style.

As someone who likes to create her own style, she often comes up with new ideas of what to wear.

She likes to wear clothes that make her look more beautiful, but she does not like wearing things from Korea or Thailand.

Her tastes are cool and girlish, but also a bit unusual. She dresses smartly with a cool style that fits her personality and makes her look more fashionable. So she has to keep herself well-groomed to match her stylish outfits.

She adds that she usually wears fashionable clothes with stylish earrings, a watch and a nice bag in order to make the look sexier.

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