Justin Bieber’s ‘Underdressed’ Look Contrasts with ‘Overdressed’ Wife Hailey Bieber, Sparking Internet Roasts
Hailey Bieber and Justin Bieber Attend Launch of Her Rhode Products at Krispy Kreme in Mismatched Outfits, Prompting Online Reactions.
Singer Justin Bieber and model-wife Hailey Baiber are often spotted in mismatched looks. While Hailey is usually more polished and chic, Justin likes to keep things a little too casual. A good example of the same was witnessed on Monday, when Hailey and Justin made a dash to Krispy Kreme.
Hailey and Justin dressed differently
Pictures clicked by the paparazzi show Hailey in a gorgeous red dress and heels. She is also carrying a red handbag and wearing her hair up in a fancy do. Justin on the other hand is in a grey hoodie, grey shorts and pink cap that he paired with yellow Crocs, that, as someone mentioned on Twitter, ‘were not even in sports mode’.
People on Twitter were not too impressed with their clashing styles. One person commented that Justin deliberately dresses like this to embarrass Hailey. “She’s ready for the Met Gala and he’s ready to go to the soup kitchen for a hot meal,” wrote a person. “They ever dress for the same event,” asked someone else. “Their stylists don’t even have each others phone numbers,” read another tweet.
While it is usually Justin who is roasted for his too casual style, it was Hailey who was called the overdresser this time. “People talking about his outfit but like… that’s exactly what I would wear to Krispy Kreme. Why is she dressed like THAT to go to KRISPY KREME,” asked a person. “To be fair… why is she dressed like that for a donut,” commented another.
Hailey to promote her newly launched product
To be fair to Hailey, she was likely at the Krispy Kreme outlet to promote her new Rhode beauty lip products that she has launched in partnership with the donut chain. She even shared a bunch of pictures from the launch on Instagram and wrote, “STRAWBERRY GLAZE DAY!!!!!!!!!Feeling over the moon today. thank you thank you thank you!”
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