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My style: Srey Monorom

My style: Srey Monorom

12 Srey Monorom


Srey Monorom, 19, is a hip-hop dancer and beat boxer who embraces the hip-hop style.  But he wants to be unique. Therefore, he wears loose t-shirts with shorts or jeans and sneakers. Most of his clothes are versatile and never go out of season, and they make his style look simple, yet classy and sophisticated.

“Mostly I follow western style, especially Chris Brown. Some people like following k-pop style, but I prefer to follow someone who is cool and is not known by many people.”

His style, much like his personality, highlights his career. Normally, Monorom prefers hip-hop pieces when he hangs out with friends or when he beat boxes onstage. He definitely has a personal style and he knows what, where, and when to dress perfectly. He sometimes likes wearing neat and attractive clothes to show off his charisma.

“In some occasions, like at a wedding, I dress up to show my charm– gentleman style.”

In order to be glamorous, Monorom designs his own t-shirts by composing the letters on them. To make himself look even more attractive, he wears a cap, necklace, earrings, glasses and a wristband. These accessories elevate the outfits and transform them from simple to chic.

Furthermore, he absolutely cares about the color of his clothes, which he incorporates into his overall style. There has to be an element of color in the outfits that he chooses to wear when he leaves his house.

“If I wear a black top, the necklace should be white or brown in order to show off,” he said confidently. “For pierced earrings, if you have long hair, then they should be the chandelier earrings. They will quake when you move.”

Undoubtedly, he loves to be unique as he “tries not to be anyone other than himself”, which is the basic principle for his style of dress. Showing your style is to show your confidence. Style is all about how to dress well, no matter how high or low the brands are.  

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