25 People That Accidentally Dressed Like Their Surroundings – Design You Trust

25 People That Accidentally Dressed Like Their Surroundings

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Maybe it was a glitch in the matrix, maybe its just a case of being in the right place at the right time – who really knows?

Perhaps the fashion designers and textile manufactures became bored at constantly having to think of bold new patterns, prints and designs so they essentially made for the entire world replicating them on everything. Whatever the story behind these synchronized fashion faux-pas there’s more than a few that will have you laughing out loud.

h/t: sobadsogood, boredpanda

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