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Super Bowl Fashion

Everyone that tuned into the Super Bowl, even if it was for just a second, knows it was about as boring as watching paint dry.

Taylor Hassa
Staff Writer

 

 

 

Photo Courtesy: Mark Comelison/Lexington Herald-Leader/MCT
Photo Courtesy: Mark Comelison/Lexington Herald-Leader/MCT

Everyone that tuned into the Super Bowl, even if it was for just a second, knows it was about as boring as watching paint dry.

That being said, a lot of people tune in just for the halftime show, which was a much needed relief from the game.

Bruno Mars and the Red Hot Chili Peppers put on quite a show to say the least. It was such an odd pairing of acts, but it ended up being a pretty great show.
Bruno came out looking like a king. It was an old-fashioned, glamorously classy look that he pulled off oh so well.

He and his stage crew made their debut in custom-made Saint Laurent suits. Their flashy gold blazers were eye-catching and fun.

Bruno was blowing the place away on-stage and everyone was in awe of the talent and sharp-looking act. Then, almost like a bad dream, the good music stopped and old, half-dressed, tattooed men were jumping up and down on stage.

They sincerely looked awful, and don’t even get me started on the man leggings. It totally ruined the crisp look and feel Bruno had going.

It was a fashion statement that probably made people cringe, not to mention how displeasing their attire was to the eye. Add the music that couldn’t be understood and it was a good four-minute train wreck in the middle of Bruno’s show.

By the time the shock wore off, Bruno was back singing, “Just the Way You Are.” His shimmering suit and melodious voice no doubt made every girl in the place swoon.

Who can resist a man with great style and a great voice?

So even though this year’s Super Bowl was a snooze, at least the halftime show provided some good entertainment.

The audience got to witness two completely different ends of the fashion spectrum.

Let’s hope they weren’t too scared by the Red Hot Chili Peppers’ lack of style and grace.

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