Chhorn Sovannareach's style

Chhorn Sovannareach's style

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“I was heartbroken and indecisive. Never left any A or B, you cannot blame me  for making you cry . . . ” That’s a quote from one of Chhorn Sovannareach’s songs.

Everyone knows that Chhorn Sovannareach is a superstar who takes over the stage when he performs.

But does anyone actually know what Sovannareach likes to wear when he hangs out with his friends and family?

Sovannareach himself says: “Normally, I love to wear a pair of jeans, a T-shirt  with another shirt over it and a coat with black or brown shoes.

"Something simple is always fine.”

Besides jeans and a T-shirt, Sovannareach always wears a watch, shades, a small bag and a cap.

Whenever he goes to a party or any other special event, he always wears formal clothes such as a shirt, a pair of trousers and a coat.  

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