‘Are Y’all Blind?’: Social Media Trashes Angela Simmons’ ‘Horrible’ Getup in Recent Photo
Written by jm on 08/13/2019
It’s safe to say not everyone is a fan of Angela Simmons‘ unconventional fashion style.
The 31-year-old apparent fashionista showed off her high-end designer ensemble that was a win with some folks but a fashion faux pas for others. She took to Instagram Monday afternoon and posted photos of herself sporting a two-piece Fendi top and skirt set.
The cropped, three-quarter sleeve top Simmons wore was blue and red Fendi print with the brand’s signature brown logo stamped on the sleeves. Her Fendi skirt apparently was designed to match her top and was paired with crisp white sneakers.
She appeared to be outside of her Los Angeles home and captioned her post, “Not giving up on this smile anytime soon #yummygirl.”
Despite her post receiving over 47,000 likes, several fans were unimpressed with her choice of style.
“Brand names really make people blind. It’s a shame. Angela is beautiful but the outfit is horrible 🤦🏽”
“Something very. STRANGE bout. Her outfit. I ain’t feeling it”
“This ain’t cute are y’all blind! If this didn’t have Fendi written all over it, everyone would been questioning what are you wearing.”
Other folks loved her outfit.
“You stay stylin the Fendi drip is too sick ❤️ keep it up.”
“Yess this outfit is 🔥 and that’s a fendi fact sis”
It’s pretty clear that everyone has a different opinion about celebrity fashion fails.
In recent news, the mother of one appears to be in between New York and California for the upcoming seasons of “Growing Up Hip Hop.” The Los Angeles franchise is currently in the midst of being filmed, according to the network’s social media and the New York franchise is slated to air this summer.
It’s been confirmed by We TV itself, that Simmons will star on the new “Growing Up Hip Hop: New York” series. New faces will include rapper Ja Rule and his former “Murder Inc” labelmate and magnate Irv Gotti, who apparently quit midseason through the show after blasting producers for creating “fake” storylines.
Source: Atlanta Black Star