4 of Mzansi’s worst dressed celebrities of 2018: Oh no you didn’t

4 of Mzansi’s worst dressed celebrities of 2018: Oh no you didn’t

One of the biggest things that people focus on when it comes to big events is what celebrities wear. This year we have seen some Mzansi celebs take pretty big fashion risks that just did not work out.

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The public have no shame in throwing shade at celebrities who choose to wear outfits that make us cringe.

Some of Mzansi’s biggest celebs, like Zodwa, are known for their super outrageous outfit choices. Even though they have been sizzled on social media for what they wear, they are not phased.

Briefly.co.za decided to highlight four of Mzansi’s worst dressed celebs of 2018. So, without further Aude, we present to you four of Mansi’s worst dressed celebs of 2018:

1. Zodwa Wabantu

Mzansi’s Vosho queen is known for her super revealing outfits. Even though she drops it down low, Zodwa is not scared to do it in a mini dress.

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2. Sarah Langa

As a fashion blogger, she should have known better. Sarah took a risk by wearing an overly frilly number to the 2018 SA Style Awards, and it hindered her reputation greatly.

The frilly red frock had people looking twice, and not for the right reasons either.

3. Somizi Mhlongo

This man never plays it safe. Somizi is always pushing boundaries, especially when it comes to fashion. Don’t get us wrong, sometimes he is fly AF, but other times he has us questioning his sanity.

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4. Khanyi Mbau

This entertainment star got her worst dressed labeled after she worse a super outrageous outfit to The SAFTAs 12 this year. Nothing about this butterfly inspired outfit worked. Who wears shade on a red carpet anyway?

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Source: Briefly.co.za

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