Kalsum Sinare, Abdul Salem, Michael Essien, Chris Attoh, Jackie Appiah, Majid Michel, Nadia Buari and other celebrities are sometimes captured looking sharp, glamorous and flawless on various red carpets.
Most of our celebrities know how to strut their stuff in the right dress, but others make me gag. Hot celebrities turn out to look extremely ridiculous in their style and cuts.
Being trendy is super-important to everyone, however, most celebrities wanting to embellish their style, look classy and trendy end up looking tacky.
On the red carpets of the recent Ghana Movie Awards, Miss Malaika, and MTV Africa Music Awards were a lot of fashion mishaps.
First of all, let’s kick off with Mimi Divalish. Appearing on stage with visible panty line and a bad legging was just disgusting. To be frank,the Diva looked like an old woman returning from a Vagina Monologue.
Let’s quick jump to Nadia Buari . Nadia often appears stunning and sophisticated at most events, but her appearance at the Ghana movie awards was somehow questionable. The super-star’s big bang covered half of her face. She seemed inconspicuous on the red carpet.
Nana Ama Mcbrown at the launching of the Ghana movie awards …well, let’s have a minute of silence for “Fashion”. McBrown murdered it. It took me 48 hours to fathom her presentation at the launching. Those air conditioned pants, truly, gave her room for proper ventilation. Her exhibition and outlook was corny and cheesy.
I am not being a drama queen, but did anyone notice a “BITCH STOLE MY LOOK SITUATION” at the launching?
John Dumelo and Majid Michel rocking in similar shirt, looking like valet parkers with their locally acquired fake foreign accents forcefully struggling for attention everywhere.
The whole orange pajama look at the Ghana movie awards was revolting. Poor man version of Bernie Mac serving in a cocktail bar.
Pascaline Edwards obviously is still fighting for a spot among Ghana celebrity fashionistas.
Abdul Salem and Agya Koo on a scale of 1-10…..well, I will reserve my comments for now.
Kwame Sefa Kayi and Becca always flaunting themselves in traditional prints will forever be appreciated. Most celebrities will not follow Dan Lartey’s dream policy of Domestication, therefore, they deserve a thump up.
Most Ghanaian celebrities’ wigs and weaves are just inexplicable. I zone out anytime I watch them.
Call me a celebrity basher or mean spirited, but most celebrities we see everyday as if they are frustrated or poverty stricken. Either they over-dress or under-dress. These frequent wardrobe malfunction and fashion faux pas does raise eye brow.
It’s absurd how they incessantly wear horrible make-ups. It makes me wonder if Mary Kay, Loreal or Elf cosmetics are situated right in their bedroom.
If concert party is to be given a massive second look again, organizers will surely find more than enough comedians, with these hideous make-ups.
Most of our top celebrities’ fashion senses have reached the rock bottom. Wearing knock-offs, blending and complementing colours make them look professionally trashy.
Top Journalists and Actors wear it like streetwalkers, Musicians and Sports Personalities dress up like hip hop artists. The 50 cent and Jay Z wannabes wear sweat pants and hoodies in a country with unbearable heat like Ghana. Do they not burn out?
Was it not pathetic for a Ghanaian renowned journalist to interview an official with her breast loosely hanging out? Was she working for the Ghana Association of Hookers or the media?
Buzz me out, scorn me for this publication, but bear in mind, celebrities are role models and mentors, particularly to the young ones and therefore, their actions should be subjected to constructive criticism.
Since most Ghanaian celebrities dominantly seem to copy from the western world and have nothing original left in them, here is a case study: Katy Perry and Elmo’s (little red Muppet) chesty duet was yanked from Sesame Street Tv Broadcast and Youtube because her dress was provocative and inappropriate for children.
It is 2011; certain styles should be obsolete and gotten rid of by our celebrities. Red lipstick, complementing with yellow tank top, blue pants, red high heels and green limp leather belt in a scorching sun is a big No No. What’s with all the colours especially in movies?
I prefer to leave Mzbel untouchable today. Some Ghanaian celebrities always look like they are auditioning for Michael Jackson’s trailer video II, as ghosts.
Let’s not forget, fashion defines who we are. Readers, please assist me nominate the Ghanaian celebrities who do not need a dress therapy because, they had it all covered in 2010.
On the other hand, help me pick up the horrendous fash-holes and fash-flaws. Which specific event did your celebrity nailed it or caused a huge fashion blunder?
Cast your voted before it’s too late. Results will be published and it will be base on what you guys say on here.
This therefore means the author in no way whatsoever be condemned or reprimanded for poor ranking. The final results will solely depend on readers’ pick and comments.
Which celebrity needs no fashion police and who really needs it? Which celebrity knows or does not know how to dress?